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Stephanie · August 28, 2014 at 10:58 pm

Hi Dee, I stumbled across your website as I was trying to learn how to maintain a wash and go and I love your Blog. Im a natural Newbury (9 mos) and so as my hair is growing I have to change my technique. I no longer as of today have to manipulate my wash and go by either finger foiling or plastering my hair with giggling gel. Im truly doing a wash ago without the fuss and so far so go but dont know how it will look tomorrow. .yikes!!! So im just gonna wrap this baby up or pin it back and go from there. I really dont wanna get in the habit of wetting my hair each day as I did with my TWA especially as we head towards the fall. Wish me good luck oh btw I did use any product on my hair with the exception of clashing and let my hair curl and do its thang..lol its got lots of curls now but tomorrow will really show what its made of. Again I really enjoyed your blog. Stephanie

    deelovnat · August 29, 2014 at 4:48 pm

    Stephanie, thanks so much for reaching out and sharing with me about ur hair journey….I love it…that’s why I started this blog. I’m soooo glad u found my site and I’m glad ur learning ur hair and doing what it takes to have healthy hair. Healthy hair is happy hair and for curly types…happy hair is curly hair. :-DDD It is good news that ur wash and gos are progressing so well and yes I feel the same about not wanting to wet my hair everyday. So I had to come up with a way to wear my wng’s without refreshing with water and such so I just band it or twist it up and take it out the next morning and just fluff. This serves to give my hair good stretch thru the week. So please keep in touch Stephanie and thanks so much for taking the time to write and for visiting my blog. :-DD

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