04-19-2012, 05:00 PM
Join Date: Mar 2012
I've heard it makes the color fade faster. I know that when you need to remove some henna, at least one manufacturer recommends washing your hair with baking soda.
Also, since baking soda may lift your cuticle (the ACV closes it again), you may actually be "releasing" the color from your hair. That closed cuticle keeps the color in your hair.
Very fine, normal porous (Finally! Yay!), normal elasticity, loves high dew points.
Nature's Gate Tea Tree shampoo, GVP CB, Cure Care conditioner, aloe vera gel, Jessicurls products, Spiral Solutions products.
John Masters Organics Sea Mist
BioSilk Rock Hard Gelee (aka BRHG. It even has HG in the name!)
Last perm: 12/10/10
CG since: 3/9/12
Last haircut: 4/17/12