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Tuesday Tips: No shampoo for 3 weeks

So, I began this trial on December 26th and decided to try the no shampoo trend that has been popping up constantly on my computer! I dropped my normal cheap shampoo and conditioner and exchanged them for Apple cider vinegar and baking soda. I found this recipe on another bloggers site. (You can find it here). Based on what I read, I made up my own measurements for this experiment and kind of perfected the amounts through trial and error. Before I conducted this experiment, I do what I always do...RESEARCH. I didn't want to fry my hair because conditioning with any type of vinegar just doesn't sound too beneficial. Here is what I found.

What I found on the internet:

  • "It is softer, shinier, and less frizzy than before."
  • "The biggest hurdle for me was psychological and getting over the fleeting smell of salad dressing in the shower"
  • "My hair is getting healthier and more manageable the longer I avoid shampoo."
  • "It’s a great way to treat itchy, dry scalp, and it leaves my hair soft, smooth, and shiny"
  • "Balances pH level"
What I experienced:
  • After the first wash, my hair felt greasier than before (perhaps due to improper portions of ingredients.)
  • Hair felt smooth within the first few days, but tangled easily and knotted more often than usual.
  • I hated doing this from day 1, until about the first full week in. My hair started becoming smooth and didn't smell, and I also noticed I was shedding less hair.
  • Perhaps my hair is still adapting, but I have many mixed feelings about this method. My hair is very frizzy and hard to keep smooth and tame.
  • It is easier for my hair to hold a curl or style and definitely feels stronger.
  • Very natural, but mostly doesn't look good. (On me, anyway)


What you need:
  • 2 TBSP of Baking Soda
  • 2 TBSP of Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 4 TBSP of water

1.) Put 2 TBSP of Baking Soda with 2 TBSP of water into a cup and stir until      baking soda is dissolved.
2.) Wash hair thoroughly with baking soda mixture,
3.) Put 2 TBSP of  Apple Cider Vinegar and 2 TBSP of water into the same          cup and stir.
4.) Condition hair with vinegar mixture.

I did this trial for 3 weeks and only wash my hair roughly 3x - 4x a week. I have naturally red hair and it's a decent thickness. Not overly greasy or dry hair, fairly normal. Thanks for reading! 

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Happy winter and New Year! I know this a pretty simple outfit but I felt like it went well together and I needed an excuse to get off my butt and finally use my camera! I need some motivation because I'm seriously going through a personality crisis and who I used to be is who I want to stay. This different me is not a very pleasant one and maybe you have been able to tell that not everything is right because I haven't posted in so long.
I'm gainging weight, but trying to lose it quickly because it's not welcome on my body! haha, I've been trying to drink water and control my snacking a night. I know my huge problem isn't over eating, but eating at the wrong times. I usually eat right before I go to bed, because I'm used to that being the only free time I have. 
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