Natural Hair: Wash N Go Winter Routine With Magenta Hair!
Wash N Go
Hey Guise! I recently posted a video tutorial on YouTube, you should check it out. It is my normal wash n go winter routine specifically for the winter, hence why I use heavier products and lots of oil. Don’t worry my hair loves oil. This is really easy and quick to do. Hope this helps you get a fantastical wash and go style. Oh did I mention I have magenta hair? It’s pretty cool.
Click here —> https://youtu.be/0VoQMqcqgb0
If your too lazy to watch the video that’s ok because I’ll also write about the steps I took down below.
STEP 1: CLEANSE THE HAIR
- I start out with 2 day old deep conditioned hair.
- I deep condition with a concoction I make that works wonders for me (let me know if you want to know the secrets).
- Shampoo with Camille Rose Naturals Cleansing Rinse.
- Then condition with Tresemme Moisture Rich Conditioner.
- After that just; detangle, rinse, and squeeze out any excess water out.
STEP 2: APPLY OIL
- There’s no need to wrap hair in a t-shirt yet. That’s included in step three. Don’t do it. *insert evil voice*
- Section hair into 4 parts, that way you can evenly distribute the product. I do it because its easier. Whatever floats your boat.
- Pin up the sections that you are not working on so that they do not get in the way.
- You will be performing the L.O.C method. Well more like the O.C.G method.
- L.O.C = Leave in – Oil – Cream
- O.C.G = Oil – Cream – Gel (the best)
- First you apply your oil. I particularly use Africa’s Best Ultimate Herbal Oil.
- Just massage into your scalp and then down to the ends. I focus on my scalp because I have a dry scalp and then the ends because well they need it the most.
- Last but not least, you scrunch. Yes even with just oil. Trust me, its great.
STEP 3: APPLY CREAM
- After applying the oil, you want to follow through with a cream based product.
- My favorite cream products have to be thick or else they will do nothing for me
- I used Camille Rose Almond Jai Butter to moisturize my hair.
- It is very thick while also being lightweight, if that makes sense. It also smells like cake. Cake is good. Food is life.
- Once again, after the cream, you scrunch.
STEP 4: APPLY GEL
- You will then need to apply some sort of gel to lock in everything you just put in your hair.
- It also helps to hold the curls in place as well so they don’t fall or frizz.
- For this step I also use the Camille Rose line. I love this product.
- Camille Rose Naturals Curl Maker was my choice of gel for this wash n go.
- You scrunch one more time just to set the curls for the last time.
STEP 5: DRY HAIR
- It is winter right? You can’t leave the house with wet hair, you will get sick.
- So what I do is wrap my hair gently in a t-shirt for about 20 mins. Your hair will be about 50-75% dry.
- That leaves you time to do anything you need to do while waiting. If your impatient, just diffuse. I don’t. Or just do this process at night (like me).
- After 20 minutes is over, you can let it air dry because if you leave it in the shirt, it will dry flat.
- I usually bun it up until the rest of the hair dries.
TADA ALL DONE, THAT WAS QUICK AND EASY RIGHT? BEST WINTER WASH N GO EVER. I KNOW, I WAS THINKING THE SAME THING.
How do you do your wash n go during the winter?
Is yours similar to mine or is it completely different?
Or am I just crazy and I did it all wrong?
Let me know in the comments below, I’d love some feedback.
See you next time guise!