Okay, so my wash day this past Friday was pretty interesting!
I’ve been deep conditioning for a couple of weeks and I really wanted to try a protein treatment only cause I know that I have suffered heat damage in the past and I never really did treat my hair to anything! SO I wanted to make up for lost time.
I used 1 egg. (My hair isn’t that long and Plus I didn’t get it to be more pasty solid. One egg was a lot of fluid!)
1tbsp of butter (I was trying to make it pasty; It didn’t work)
Some Honey (Not sure of the measurement at all but I used a good amount)
2 spoonfuls of coconut oil
Probably 15 pumps of Shea Moisture Raw Shea Butter Restorative Conditioner
(This was really spur of the moment guys) I didn’t plan this out with a cohesive recipe or anything.
All I really wanted was to get the egg in there for protein.
I deep conditioned for 15 minutes
(This was after I washed my hair with shampoo)
OH. MY. GAAWWWD.
When I washed this out….
ooooh! ❤ ❤
It was like…HEAVEN.
My hair had such amazing SLIP.
I've never had my hair glide so EASILY through my shower comb before. It was the bomb. I really wonder, if I don't have to use a conditioner anymore because THAT! gave me more slip than the Shea Moisture's Conditioner.
I know that I can't use a protein treatment to my hair all the time. Probably once or twice a month. Depending….
So…I crossed protein treatment off of "Things I Want To Try List. Now, I want to try a deep conditioner that’ll hopefully give me the sand type of slip. A mix with avocado, honey, coconut oil, and some butter or milk or whatever and see how THAT combinations works on my hair. Hopefully it does WONDERS.
Guys, I can’t even tell you how lovely it was. It was better than my first Wash Day experience with Shea Moisture’s Line. That’s How GOOOOODDDD IT WAS.
Anyway. I realize I’m becoming a tad crazed but my hair had so much slip it was incredible.
The only con I had was my hair smelled like a pre-baked cake. Yummy, but also annoying to whiff up every now and again.
Anyway guys, protein treatment was a success. Try it for yourself and let me know! Or if you already had tried it, how’d it go.
Until next time.