Splendidsunrise · 23/07/2020 23:31
Whoever gave the tip about not shampooing all your hair if it was long I thank you very much
ButtonHogger · 23/07/2020 23:39
Which part should we be shampooing?
MissHemsworth · 23/07/2020 23:40
Ooo I would also like to know more about this tip.
Thesuzle · 23/07/2020 23:43
Shampoo the scalp, and let the rinse water flow through the lengths i believe
Splendidsunrise · 23/07/2020 23:49
Yes you are absolutely right Thesuzle
I don’t post often so I’m sorry that I don’t know how to highlight your name.
LadyGAgain · 23/07/2020 23:50
And only conditioner the hair that hangs below the neck.
Splendidsunrise · 23/07/2020 23:52
Then put conditioner on but still keeping all your hair straight not bunched up on your head
ButtonHogger · 23/07/2020 23:54
I'll have to try this, thank you! What does it result in?
Splendidsunrise · 23/07/2020 23:54
Ah I put conditioner on all of my hair but it’s probably try and error
Splendidsunrise · 23/07/2020 23:59
Well the result I have is lovely soft ends that I wouldn’t even think about having trimmed . They are waved now instead of just being there if you know what I mean
roundandsideways · 24/07/2020 00:34
I e always done this. I thought everyone washed their hair like that.
IwishIhadaMargarita · 24/07/2020 01:17
I do reverse conditioning. I condition my hair first then clip it up while I shower then
Wash my hair at the end. First wash goes on without rinsing conditioner and saving wash as normal. Hair is conditioned without being overloaded.
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