How often do you wash it, and what types of shampoos and conditioners do you use? Do you blow dry it? Do you curl or straighten it? Do you use any other products? How often do you cut and trim it?
Personally I wash my hair about every other day. I use sulfate free volumizing shampoo (Nature's Gate Awapuhi Shampoo) and intense repair conditioner. My hair is very fine so it gets limp easily and also breaks a lot. Sometimes I put olive oil on the ends before shampooing. I never blow dry, straighten or curl it.
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I wash my hair everyday. I know this is really bad for my hair, but it smells bad just after one day (like burnt hair), so I have to wash it everyday. For shampoos, I alternate between Cynthia Syliva Stout: link and Curly Wurly: link since I have fluffy, curly hair. And for the conditioner, I alternate between Retread: link and American Cream: link . For days when I don't have time to shampoo and condition, I will use the Godiva Solid Shampoo Bar: link . It is a 2 in 1 so it saves me a bunch of time! And for the days that I don't feel like washing my hair, I'll tie it up in a bun.
I never blow dry my hair, even in the winter time. I only air dry it because the hair dryer always makes my hair even frizzer and fluffier than it already is. :(
I only straighten my hair for special events. I don't curl my hair since my hair already is curly. Lol.
Every time after I shower, I apply a leave in hair treatment called R&B: link . Every 2-3 weeks I'll deep condition with Hair Doctor: link . Sometimes I'll use It's Raining Men Shower Gel: link when I'm too lazy to wash myself with different products (shampoo, conditioner, and soap). Sometimes I'll use Tigi S factor Serious Conditioner: link .
I usually get it trimmed and thinned out every 3-4 months.
I have used other hair brands, but I find that Lush products work best for my hair since the organic oils help with my curly hair. I find that drugstore products tend to dry my hair out more. I like how Lush products are organic and contain no preservatives and are all made by hand! :) But the down side is that they cost a lot, but a little goes a long way.0