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.