Guest Blog–No Poo

*This blog is written by Hannah, my lovely roommate and No Poo partner is crime…

I’ve lost count of washes, maybe 5 since Nov. 2nd, and my hair CONTINUES to be without tangles after a wash! And I can go a couple of days without washing and comfortably go to work and interact with others, which my involvements definitely require. Like Cassi mentioned in an earlier post, you must rinse the stuff out. After that first wash, and in my first blog post, I mentioned that my hair at that point was still wet. I had gone ahead and wrote that first post before it had dried. Welp, I was wrong, it was dry, the illusory wetness was actually ooiilll. or left over vinegar, or pH levels going haywire…regardless of the source, I was very happy to have a super cute head band Cass had provided. I had to go to work and it saved me.

Crucial piece of advice to add to the list: load up on cute head bands.
Since that first wash, I haven’t experienced too much grease or oil. I hope I can eventually squeeze in a week between washes. I notice less wave, body and bounce. I have a greater appreciation for my bodywash, lotion and deodorant scent because my hair doesn’t smell like anything anymore. It doesn’t smell like vinegar, sometimes I think I smell the beach. What I tend to think about and rave about most is that I’m no longer using something I’ve previously thought necessary.  Advertisements and things of that ilk are sometimes the only reason people buy stuff-and now, when I see shampoo and conditioner ads, or even the rows and rows of bottles lining aisle 4, I feel holier-than-thou and I’m fine with it. NooPoo Revolution.
What’s next? I’m ready.
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