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DOS & DON’TS OF PREVENTING A TANGLED WASH-AND-GO

I am the queen of wash and gos! Love ‘em and mainly because I’m a super lazy natural and find them to be easy, quick, and allow me to wet my hair more often.

I love wetting my hair in the shower and even back in the day when I was rocking the long box braids (not Beyoncé braids, Janet Jackson braids…I’m older than most of you!) I would wet my hair and let them air-dry in the glorious but humid New Orleans weather. I’ve always wanted wash and go hair so now that I have it I can’t get enough of it!

OK, let’s get to the important part…

Tangles can cause your wash and go experience to be less inviting and more work than you bargained for if you don’t properly prepare and purposefully pick positive approaches.

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DOS & DON’TS OF PREVENTING A TANGLED WASH-AND-GO

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3 Comments

  1. August 12, 2014 / 7:18 am

    Girl yes! I already have a scheduled wash n go for tomorrow. Two questions: How long have you been cowashing and do you cowash exclusively? I also use gel to hold my curls.

  2. Seriously Natural
    August 12, 2014 / 1:50 pm

    I've been co-washing for over a year now. I love it but I don't do it exclusively. whenever I color my hair I use shampoo or whenever I haven't washed for a super long time I will use shampoo but that is it.

  3. August 12, 2014 / 2:54 pm

    I hardly do a wash and go as I am always busy. I want to enjoy my hair at some point 🙂

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