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I have a little secret to tell and its not a good one. Wanna know what it is?
Well I have not been taking care of my hair like I should have been this past year maybe two. Well almost two.
I have been so busy that it is not even funny. I have been a homeschooling two of my kids this year which will go back to three of them this coming school year. Second I have been working with my husband at his business in which we sell cars as the family business.
Used cars that is.
In fact he needs me to do all the title work until we get to a point where we can pay someone to do it for us. Honestly we can pay someone to do it now for us, but he does not want to pay as of yet. And I am not willing to spend the time training someone as of yet to take over the position.
Since my position handles a lot of the money.
However, that is not even the point of this post right about now, but in fact it really does show why I have been so busy. Between just being a mom, a teacher and working a part-time job. I have really pushed my hair to the back-burner and not really given it any sort of attention whatsoever.
I have been pulling my hair back in bun or two little buns for the longest time, which is not even funny anymore. It is to the point now where I have decided to re-lock my hair and grow my locks out. I have had locks in the past and have been a rocking my natural 4c hair since I was in high-school which was ages ago.
Way before the trend to go natural was hip.
Honestly, I'm not not that patient when it comes to my hair and I am so all about that simple life and all I really want to do is get up and go and not have to worry about my hair each and every single day.
Yea, I'm locking my hair, and If I get bored I'll just take them out or chop them off.
I'm so not that chick when it comes to hair.
So, yes my hair has suffered from severe split ends, very dry and even breakage to a couple of inches from no loving care on my part.
That is why I have decided to spend the next couple of weeks washing my hair weekly and doing intensive deep conditioning treatments with the Shea moisture manuka honey hair products. I really didn't want to use this one at first, since many of the Shea moisture Products I love (As A leave In, but not as a intensive deep conditioning treatment.)
Only from my experience in the past with Shea Moisture products not working as well in this regard for me.
So Since I had already bought it and it being on my shelf since for ever. I really need to use it up before I start to lock my hair.
Who wants dry locks.
I have to say I was heavily surprised that this Shea moisture manuka honey hair product lathered on really well and was really quite soft to touch.
As you can see in the picture after I placed the shopping bag on my head to keep the heat in for about 15 minutes to penetrate the strands. I could tell my hair was loving it. My hair soaked it right on up, and felt really good to the touch as I was detangling my hair with the conditioner in it.
It rinsed out really well with cold water and left my hair feeling really hydrated and soft to the touch. I plan on using this product until its gone and I invite you join me weekly over the next two months as I wash my 4chair to restore the porosity of my hair.
I know from experience that adding water to my hair weekly can do wonders for 4c hair, it just actually taking the time to take care of it.
What do you say, will you join me in my re-hydrate my hair challenge while using Manuka Honey Hair products?