Hair growth journey of February 2017

Hello, girls!

Each end or beginning of the month (it will depend on of my organization), I will publish a  post “hair growth journal”. Like this, I will be able to show you where I’m with the length of my hair, what are care I made and the effects that the latter will have had on them.

So let’s get started with February. As I said in this video, during the first two weeks of this month, I made an intensive cure of green clay mask with coconut cream to decrease my henna became too…glowing. In addition to this treatment, between each mask, I also made with coconut cream applied alone because this one allows the hair to grow faster. One again, I invite you to watch my video to learn more.

Then I made a blonde henna in hope of lightening the tint of my hair. It worked slightly but not as I wanted.

blonde henna recipe
yummy!

So two days later, I made a second with some different ingredients and I got practically the same result but this time with some golden blonde reflections.

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Before the henna masks.

 

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After the two masks.

I think if I persist in this way, I could achieve my goal with a dozen of masks of blonde henna but… I have no more! And I haven’t really the desire to buy it again because I’ve some ideas of lightening recipes without henna that I want to test. Furthermore, after more than 6 months of henna masks on my hair, I want “to make them discover” new care.

Having had a surprising result following the cure of green clay/coconut cream, my hair rested a little during the second part of February and they grew only 2,5″ more. This month it grew a total of 8,5″.

In addition to the above-mentioned treatments, I mixed aloe vera gel with coconut oil that I applied on ends of my hair to protect them from drying due to the masks with the clay and also to protect them from the winter cold.

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My hair length now. Yes, my nails are yellow because of the blonde henna! Yes I know, I should have used gloves… lol But in 2 or 3 days it will have disappeared.

 

For the next month, I don’t have any special care plans. Maybe a cut to stimulate it, but nothing is sure because it is still short, so I’ll have to go to the hairdresser… And although I found one who uses organic products, I’m not yet very motivated to leave my mane in the hands of a person I don’t know.

To be continued!

 

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