Deep Condition: I deep conditioned overnight using Jessicurl Deep Treatment (a protein-free conditioner) mixed with hemp oil and raw honey. I put on a plastic cap and sat under my bonnet dryer for 30mins. Then I let it stay in overnight.
Treatment: I rinsed the next afternoon and used my Roux porosity control. I let Cherrelle (my hair) air dry a bit before I applied my leave-ins.
Leave-Ins: I used a Paul Mitchell leave-in, Hawaiian Silky 14 n 1, Dudley’s PCA, Aphogee Vitamin spray, ORS moisturizer, and castor oil. Yes, it’s a lot but a couple of things were running out and I also use different products on my roots, length, and ends.
First Impression Of the Tresemme Anti-Breakage Shampoo and Conditioner:
Overall, I was happy with the shampoo because it left my scalp clean without stripping my hair. The conditioner had great slip and eliminated my need to use a separate conditioner to detangle. However, I really did not see a difference in strength after I used both products. As a result, I needed to add a strengthening treatment.
If you are looking for an inexpensive line that has great slip and very light protein, the Tresemme Anti-Breakage Shampoo and Conditioner will work great. If you need a little extra protein, you will need a separate protein treatment. I think it’s a good line if you are protein sensitive or have low porosity.
You can find the shampoo and conditioner at almost every drugstore. I know my local Walmart, Dollar General, and Family Dollar carries the line for $4 each.
Do you use a couple of products for your wash day or quite a few?