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Curiosity Killed the Cat-Adventures in Going Shampoo Free

I have the worst hair I think any one could imagine. It is a constant struggle between being to oily and breaking apart. Now yes it doesn't help that I have been dying my hair for 15 years now. So I went looking for a way to naturally help my hair. I'd really love to grow this color out, maybe find out what my real hair color is, and get that beautiful hair I have always want. Now through all the things I looked at this "new trend" if you will called No-pooing came up. Don't worry every time I read it I giggle as well.lol So now I'm sure most of you went Eeeewwww when you read the title to this post. Don't worry I still have every intention of getting my daily shower and cleansing my hair. Instead of expensive shampoos and conditioners though I will be using natural methods to help balance the Ph of my hair. The concept is really quite easy, if my hair is oily when I go to take my shower I will use a mixture 1 tablespoon of baking soda and 1 cup of water to cleanse the oils out. This mixture is kept in your shower just as your shampoo would be. Simply wet your hair then spray a bit on your hair applying to the scalp and rub in a bit then simply rinse. Now I won't lie I am a little scared about this. My hair tangles VERY easily. The answer to this seems to be apple cider vinegar! 1 tablespoon into a spray bottle of 1 cup of water. So we will see how it goes :O) I will update once a week with pictures to see how my progress is going.

Day 1-24 hours since I washed my hair last



Eeekkkk ok honestly I am nervous. :OP If youhave gone Poo free please let me know how you like it. Stay tuned till next week.


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