June 29, 2009


Do you trim your own hair now that you're transitioning? I try to trim my hair every other month. I haven't been back to my regular hair dresser since making this decision in March 2009. Partly due to her possible reaction and the other doing with the fact that I've heard her say "I don't do natural hair" when a woman came in to get her natural hair relaxed.

I think I'm scared to let go of my length. I'm scared to go to a salon and find out they cut off too much!!! I've always had a nightmare about getting up from the chair and I have no hair left because she was scissor happy!!

Today was wash day. I know I should have done it yesterday but I couldn't find the time. So, when I got home today, I decided it was trim/wash day. Today, I shampooed my hair with Alba Gentle Shampoo. I used a small amount on my hair and took my time shampooing in the shower. Once rinsed, I used Organix Vanilla Silk Conditioner. I left the conditioner in and detangled my hair. I rinsed my hair with water as cold as I can stand. Once rinsed, I applied Organic Coconut Oil, Organix Coconut Milk Anti-Breakage Serum and Giovanni Frizz Be Gone serum. My hair is still soaking wet at this point. I twisted my hair and rolled it. Now I'm going to clean the house and put my son to bed. Once I'm done with that, I'm going to sit under the dryer for a while to get my hair dry.

This is the first time I'm using Giovanni Frizz Be Gone, but I've read some good reviews on it. When I first made the decision to go natural, natural products was the way I wanted to go. But, I find that so hard to do when you're used to a certain feel of your hair with all the synthetic products you've used previously. I think that's one of the hardest things to try and switch too. I know it's not required, but I wanted to try.

Til Tomorrow...


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