Goodbye to Frizz? I Wonder


I don't know yet if it's a fluke, but I'm realizing that I get less frizz if I simply don't section my hair when doing my wash & go's. My process is below:

I get my hair soaking wet then apply a rinse-out conditioner with my head tilted back and then forward. I again lean under the shower head quickly, not enough to rinse the conditioner, but just enough so that the conditioner can spread easily. Then, away from the water, I scrunch my hair as I tilt my head in different directions. For me, the squishing sound is an indicator that I've thoroughly saturated my hair with conditioner. After this step, I either just leave it or scrunch in some gel for extra hold.

If/when my scalp feels itchy/irritated, I do a scalp massage with warm water prior to applying the conditioner. Once a week I use an actual cleansing conditioner along with the scalp massage. I detangle and deep condition afterwards.

Currently the products I am using are Curl Junkie Daily Fix Cleansing Hair Conditioner or Petal Fresh Organics Tea Tree Conditioner as my cleansers, Tresemme Naturals Nourishing Conditioner for my rinse-out and leave-in, and Curl Junkie Pattern Pusha as my gel (it has taken me almost half the bottle to figure out how I can use it without turning my hair into Flake City!).

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Sincerely,
Kinks ;-)

Almost forgot, my hair is back to normal!!! I did the CG method for about 5 days before it felt and looked familiar.

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