Thursday, June 13, 2013

Conditioner Only 30-Day Challenge with Tresemme Naturals

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When I first Big Chopped and had about an all over inch of hair on my head, grooming my tresses was easy and carefree.  At that time, however, I used a lot of gel.  I didn't mind then because I redid my hair EVERYDAY by jumpimp in the shower, applying my leave-in and then using my hands to smooth through the gel.

As my hair continued to get longer, I realized that I had to change my routine.  I than tried YouTuber MahoghanyCurls method of "only" using her conditioner as a leave-in and "styler."  My hair grew nicely and continued to retain length.

I then started writing my blog and started trying out different products.  Looking for the "Holy Grail" product that would make my daily routine and regiment simply, easy, and effective.  Until one day I realized that my hair wasn't retaining the moisture like it had been when I was using the "Only Conditioner" method.  

So, I decided to do a 30-day Only Conditioner method.  I started on May 25, 2013, and I will continue until June 25, 2013.  After only a few days, my curls were shiny, bouncy, and lively!

My Regimen

  • Shampoo (no sulfate) or Co-Wash Tresses
  • Apply My Tresemme Naturals Conditioner
  • Section, Detangle, and Comb Through Section
  • Twist Each Section
  • Cover Hair for the Night with a Clear Hair Conditioning Cap
  • Hair is DAMP not DRIPPING wet!
  • In the Morning - Take Cap Off and Unloose Sections and Smooth Hair
  • Allow Hair to Dry While Preparing for Work

Second Day - Third Day:

  • Spritz Hair with PLAIN water
  • Section Hair in Large Quarters
  • Twist Hair 
  • Place Cap On Hair for the Night
  • Repeat Morning Routine

Water; Stearyl Alcohol; Cetyl Alcohol; Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride; Stearamidopropyl Dimethylamine; Fragrance; Lauroyl Lysine; Caprylyl Glycol; Brassica Campestris/Aleurites Fordi Oil Copolymer; Aspartic Acid; Distearyldimonium Chloride; Persea Gratissima Oil (Avocado) (USDA Certified Organic Ingredient); Citric Acid; Alcohol; Isopropyl Alcohol; Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (USDA Certified Organic Ingredient)

The TRESemmé Naturals Nourishing Moisture Shampoo & Conditioner system, with natural aloe vera extract and avocado oil, moisturizes your hair to help protect from damage and breakage. Gentle cleansing and lightweight conditioning for hair that will feel healthy, manageable and smooth. Discover 10x stronger hair after just one use.* This natural conditioner has no dyes, is hypoallergenic, silicone-free and safe for color treated hair.
How it Works

The Formulation: This silicone-free conditioner is hypoallergenic, dye-free, safe for colored hair and is infused with Aloe Vera and Avocado extracts, delivering softness, strength and shine.

The Effect: Hair that's hair 10X stronger--after just one use.* This natural conditioner can protect all hair types from damage and breakage.

Recommended For: Dry Hair. All Hair Types. Straight Hair. Curly Hair. Damage Repair.

**Measured as breakage when combing vs. non-conditioning shampoo.

How to Use

  1. Start with TRESemmé Naturals Nourishing Moisture Shampoo.
  2. First apply an adequate amount from mid-shaft to ends. Work anything that's left through roots.
  3. Run a wide-tooth comb or fingers from roots to ends to detangle and fully coat hair.
  4. Leave on 2-3 minutes and rinse thoroughly. Finish with your favorite TRESemmé styling aids as needed.

My hair simply LOVES the stuff!  Hair is bouncy and moisturized for the duration, until I rinse out or shampoo and reapply.  The conditioner is light enough not to weigh my 3b-4 hair type down and adds a nice shine without using gel.

Remember to always SMOOTH your product onto every strand to get even coverage and better use of the product.  I found that applying some products on DAMP hair will give you better results.

As always, feel free to leave a comment, picture, or experience in the comment box.

Happy Curls to You,

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