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ginabean98 09-17-2013 04:34 PM

Back to Basics
 
I am someone who likes a simple hair routine and feel like I have better things to do than mess with my hair. I was frankly getting tired of boundless products, techniques, and just plain fooling around with it. So I pulled out my trusty Curly Girl Handbook (2nd edition,) and have gone back to a simple routine. I'm just washing my hair with Sheamoisture shampoo and conditioner (natural,) drying it with a microfiber towel, and scrunching in some gel. (Garnier Fructis Pure Clean) I used to leave in a lot of conditioner, thinking it would be better, but after just going back to a more basic way to do my hair, it looks great. Plus, I'm saving product. Any one else thought of doing this? Any thoughts?

kcdauda 10-10-2013 05:56 PM

Hey, yeah I much prefer simple routines because I have such a busy schedule .. I have wrote a post on my hair care routine if you want to have a look! My Curly Hair Routine! | Kumbear xo: My Curly Hair Routine!

bringingcurliesback? 10-24-2013 09:13 AM

Oh my you are so right. My hair does better minimally! But I'm such a darn pj I can't accept that haha

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BotticelliBrit 10-24-2013 09:34 AM

I'm the same as you with my routine!

I follow the second edition and just shampoo and condition (Shea Moisture too!), apply my gel, scrunch and then just leave it be. Depending on my mood, I'll either leave a bit of conditioner in or just apply a leave-in before the gel. But yeah - simple.

Even my second day routine is pretty no-fuss. Just pineapple, but in a satin sleeping cap, then the next morning give my hair a shake and, depending on how it looks, apply a pea-size amount of leave-in or just leave it alone.

I can't be bothered to do loads of different tips and tricks really. I'd like to try plopping one day, just to see. But I'm far too lazy for now haha.

Tive76 12-12-2013 03:09 PM

I got frustrated with all the different products and what to use when, with what dews and temps. Layering different creams and gels.
Now I just co-wash or loo-poo, condition, rinse, apply a conditioner as leave in, sometimes seal with jojoba oil, plop and I'm done. And my hair is looking better every day.

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naturallyjaz 12-13-2013 02:30 AM

I agree with everyone here. My hair has been in protective styles for a while now. I want to learn some hair styles, but I believe nothing beats a simple hair regimen. I usually shampoo and condition my hair, but I recently got into using a co-wash. I love the way co-washing makes my hair feel. But sometimes I feel like I'm doing to much. There are so many things in the natural hair community to do (pre-poo, shampoo or co-wash, condition and/or deep condition, wash n go or protective style, moisturize and seal daily), and it can be overwhelming for a newly natural like myself. I got my hair cut in a curly bob back in May, and dealing with my hair is a struggle. I have the second edition Curly Hair Handbook and pick it up sometimes and it helps sometimes. I would love to just achieve a wash n go and be done.


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