No Conditioner!

I may have mentioned earlier (or maybe it was my mom.  or my journal.  or my friend.) that I have been experimenting with different ways of doing my hair.  For a while, I was shampooing at night and then the next morning just doing conditioner, to save time in the mornings.  It had turned out too fluffy in many places, but nice in others.  Today, I figured I would experiment whole hog.  So I just shampooed with Redken Body Full Volumizing shampoo, then got out, dried off, rubbed my hair with a towel for a few seconds, ran a bit of mousse through my hair, coming with my fingers, then scrunched a bit, then put it in a turban with my towel for about five minutes.  Then I took the turban out and combed out a part.  This is all breaking rules I have trained myself to follow ever since I learned how to actually do my hair curly.  But look how it turned out!  Mum likes the softer curl.  It’s very nice and light for the hot weather, and goddamn easy.


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