Monday, July 1, 2013

Wash Day @ 43 weeks post

Hey guys! 
I want to thank you all, my old and new readers, for we have reached 10,000 page views & 100 likes on Facebook. I am so overwhelmed with happiness you guys wouldn't know. I would love to host a giveaway but I did giveaways for the whole month of June. So when I hit 15,000 page views & 200 Facebook likes I will host another one. Really Thank you guys so much!!!!!!!!:)

I hope you guys enjoyed your weekend. My weekend was very hectic. From taking hubby back and forth to the hospital and the kids. I am truly drained. So I wash my hair Sunday when I find some time to spare. 
I got my order of staple pre poo treatment, plus a new Masque through a swap and I used it today. I think one thing you can never have to much of is deep conditioners being that are sooooo good for your hair. So if you have any recommendations on deep conditioners/masques please leave a comment below!

Here's how it went:
● Pre pooed with (staple) Ynobe Shop Pre Poor Treatment for well over a hour. My hair was feeling extremely dry for the past 2 days and it seemed like anything I did was not working at all. So after I rinsed this out my hair felt like is was given life again.
Not Alot of shedding thanks to the pre poo treat
● Cleansed my hair 2x with Jessicurls Hair Cleansing Cream. All I can say is that I'm really like this cleanser. Rinsed that out in lukewarm water.
● Sprayed my hair with CC's hair tea before covering it with Aubrey Organics GPB Balancing Conditioner. I love that 1 hair tea bag can last me for about a month and a half. I massaged this into my hair for about 3 minutes from root to tip. Rinsed in lukewarm water.
● Deep Conditioned with Hairvèda Sitrinillah Deep Hair Masque for over 2 hours with heat. The directions said to apply a palm size amount and that's what I did and my hair felt nice coated. I have a 16oz jar and I fell this will last me a good while. Rinsed this out and cool water and my hair felt like it absorb the conditioner, plus adding some strength from the coconut oil.
● Greased my scalp with Jamaican Black Castor oil. Used a small amount of ILY leave in and sealed with shea butter oil. For my styler I used my DIY Custard with rods.

Nice wash day for such a hectic weekend! :)

Mini Review

Ynobe Shop Pre Poo Treatment

4oz-4.87 & 8oz-7.87

 Ingredients: Water,  Conditioner Base (Cetearyhl alcohol, and stearalkimium chloride) Olive oil, Avocado oil, Aloe Vera Juice, Grapeseed oil, & Lavender Essential. 

Promise: Ynobe Pre-poo Treat is formulated to make shampooing and conditioning the hair easier. Helps with detangling and is great for helping mend those split ends.

Directions: Saturate the hair with Ynobe Pre-poo treat. This can be done in sections if you have longer/thicker hair. For best results leave in hair under a conditioning cap for 30 min-1 hour.  Shampoo and condition as usual. 

My Review: I can't explain how this really helps tremendously with aiding in detangling and giving me slip throughout my wash day process. So when it's time for detangling with a comb it is truly a breeze. No knots, rough spots, or fairy knots. Like I said above it also gives extra moisture to my hair. I haven't used it with heat but I bet if I did my hair would melt like butter. Finding good products that add with giving my hair slip so I won't be ripping out hair at the end of deep conditioning is so helpful when working with two textures. I highly recommend this product if your transitioning. The price you cannot bet for the lasting amount that you receive. Plus Ynobe always has good sales on her Facebook and Product Month Spot lights where her products on sale on her website. So check her out

Thanks for Reading!!!:)


  1. First off, I'm sorry you had such a hectic weekend. I hope your hubby's doing okay.
    Looks like you had another good wash day judging from the small amount of shedding (always good). The Ynobe Pre Poo Treatment sounds like it is awesome. I may have to give this a try. I will be checking out their website. Thanks for sharing!
    Oh btw I love the new layout! :)

  2. Thanks for the review, my daughter is transitioning and could use this.

  3. Great that you only shed that little amount of hair, looks like you really know what your hair needs.

    is the jessicurl cleanser a shampoo or a cleansing conditioner? I'm curious because you did a pre poo since I thought a pre poo is only necessary when using a shampoo (sulfate-free or with sulfates)...

    hope your husband is doing okay now!

    1. I'm still learning!
      It's a cleansing conditioner, I use the pre poo for extra protection and it helps with detangling a bunch.

      He's doing much better Thanks for asking!