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How do I care for my hair?

As I've probably told you more than once - my wavy curls are a very capricious type of hair. That is why I use a rather complicated type of care at first glance. For me it seems quite simple, because I have already got used to it. Hair care gets into the blood over time and we stop noticing in SLS shampoos in stores, whether we manage to save time on a hair mask.
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Medium porosity hair needs special cosmetic treatments. In addition, they are mixed, which is why I try to clean the scalp and moisturize the ends (without weighing the hair on the scalp). Unfortunately, I have not found a normalizing shampoo so far, which is not expensive, and above all there is no SLS.
I will tell you a little about how I care for my hair and what works best for it.
1. I wash my hair with delicate shampoos without SLS. Currently it is Alterra shampoo with papaya and bamboo. When it comes to shampoo, I change this product quite often, and choose, among others: baby dream, alterra (various types), Johnsons 3 shampoo in 1, Facelle liquid green.
2. I wipe my hair with a cotton T-shirt. Since I started using this patent my hair is not so rough and it doesn't get tangled anymore. In addition, the curls are more elastic than after using a towel.
3. My beloved hair conditioner is Garnier conditioner with avocado oil and karite butter. My hair loves this product, so I don't change the conditioner yet.
4. As a mask, I use the Lee Stafford Growth mask (as I wrote recently - I implemented the annual hair growth plan for the wedding), which I will review soon on the blog.
5. At least once every 2 weeks I apply oil, if I do not do it often (once a week) I try to save at least 3-4 hours so that it "sits" on my hair. I often leave oil on my hair overnight (then I put on a hair turban [so that I don't have to put a towel on the pillow], which I once received from M.).
6. For hair styling, I use birch water or cream or both (I spray the hair with birch water first, and how dry I style them with Isana cocoa butter - you just have to be careful not to use it too much, because we can get the effect of too heavy hair, which they will look greasy).
7. I use hairspray only when I have to (at the weekend I try to give my hair a rest and I use nothing but hair conditioner and possibly birch water or cream), and if that's what I'm trying to use in really small amounts. I am faithful to Syoss Volume nail polish.
8. Every day I wear loose hair, but at home I always tie it with an organic cotton elastic, which is definitely milder for our hair. In addition, there is no metal connection, so it does not pull out the hair.


  1. Avatar Anonymous 29 August 2013 / 10: 39

    Shampoo maker (and more) Alterra should get a Nobel prize. I've never had a better shampoo! With a hand on my heart I can recommend it to everyone :)

  2. Avatar Lipstick 20 August 2013 / 15: 43

    I will start using this patent with a cotton T-shirt, I hope my turn will be better

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 20 August 2013 / 17: 26

      Try and let me know if there is a better turn :)

  3. Avatar Fairy 20 August 2013 / 07: 18

    also I would like to take care of my hair, use all these great conditioners and shampoos, but my scalp is so sensitive that as soon as I change shampoo, I have dandruff right away: /

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 20 August 2013 / 17: 25

      For me, when it comes to the scalp, it is not that sensitive, although it can also react to changes, but rather in the form of hair loss.
      But the skin on the face is very capricious and reacts to every, even the slightest change in care.

  4. Avatar karminowe.usta 18 August 2013 / 20: 18

    My falo-curls also loved karite butter conditioner :) She saved my hair after unfortunate dyeing. I thought I would face a radical cut. Fortunately, I managed to avoid this dubious pleasure;)

  5. Avatar mis2009twn 18 August 2013 / 19: 29

    I also like this Garnier conditioner 🙂

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