I have 3c tight curls and I wash my hair once a week and then in the middle week I'll part my hair into sections and spray it with water mixed with conditioner until it's wet enough to detangle. I absolutely love it and since I started it, my hair's retained much more moisture. However, I don't know if I'd recommend doing it too often. They say that curly-haired people should only wash their hair once to twice a week because we don't retain as much moisture and washing the hair often strips the scalp of it's natural oils. But, I suppose if it was just spraying it, that might be different. I'd love to see your results, I might think about trying it if it works for you. Keep me posted? Good luck. (:
Originally Posted by ProfessorPuffy
Wetting your hair often is only drying if you are using shampoo each time. Water rinsing and conditioner washing can actually be hydrating to the hair.

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Last edited by ricotdorothy; 03-20-2013 at 10:26 AM.