Saturday, June 4, 2016

Natural Hair Wash Day Routine using Black Tea Rinse and Rice Water Rinse

Natural Hair Wash Day Routine using Black Tea Rinse and Rice Water Rinse


I have been using the Black Tea rinse and Rice Water rinse in my wash day for over a year. After many request from so many people, I decided to take some time and record my FULL WASH DAY showing how I incorporate these rinses in my hair care routine

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Natural Hair Wash Day Routine using Black Tea Rinse and Rice Water Rinse

Natural Hair Wash Day Routine using Black Tea Rinse and Rice Water Rinse
 
 
How long does your wash day take:
Detangling: 20 mins
Shampoo: 5 mins
Tea Rinse and Deep Conditioning: 5 mins application and 30 mins conditioning
Rice Water Rinse: 2 mins application and 5 mins to soak in
Post Wash: Moisturizing and Stretching: 30 mins.
TOTAL TIME ...about 1hour 40 mins

3 comments:

  1. Hi. Lovely hair before and after washing. Would decaf tea work? And can you keep rice water in the first fridge?

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  2. Hi. Lovely hair before and after washing. Would decaf tea work? And can you keep rice water in the first fridge?

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