After that first 'wash' with the baking soda and apple cider vinegar solutions, it felt greasy. I guess that could be interpreted to be body, but for me, it was greasy. It never got better... BUT when I let my hair be curly, it was just fine. It seemed like my natural oils were acting as product, and keeping them defined, yet not sticky or weighed down. Honestly, if I were a gal that wore her hair curly every day, I may stick with it. However, I am not, and I would never wear my hair down and straight with this texture. You know what it reminds me of? The way your hair feels after having an up-'do all day... like when you're a bridesmaid, and you get your hair done up all fancy in the morning, and by midnight, after all 108 bobby pins are out and it's just hanging in a mass that still slightly resembles the up-'do shape... that's how my hair feels all the time now. Bleh.
So my official verdict is: not for me. In fact, after finishing this blog, I'm hopping in the shower with a big bottle of cleansing shampoo, and I may just lather, rinse, and repeat..... and I'm especially looking forward to smelling like a sea breeze.
Oh, and here ya go:
|Before- shampoo + air dry|
|After- baking soda, apple cider vinegar + air dry|
Well, that was fun, anyway... OK, Suave is calling my name..............