|My new wash and go product line-up|
I recently decided to make some major changes in my hair routine as far as my products go. After using chemical hair dye to semi permanently cover my gray hair, I switched to a sulphate free shampoo. When I did this, I noticed that my beloved Aussie Moist conditioner was causing a lot more build-up. This was because it contains a silicone and sulphate free shampoo isn’t capable of removing heavy silicones.
This change in my cleansing routine meant that I needed to go back to silicone free conditioners or at least lighter silicone versions that were easier to cleanse out. I decided to go with my old favorites Tresemme Naturals Conditioner for detangling/conditioning and Paul Mitchell’s The Conditioner as a leave-in. This basically put me right back at Curly Girl status which is fine but what about the gel?
I really like to use a heavy gel after I apply my leave-ins for
extra curl definition and hold. It also guarantees me a wash and go style that will last a few days. Normally, my gel of choice is Eco Styler gel. However, my hair was not liking the product very much lately. It was like it kept zapping the moisture from my hair no matter what products I paired with it. The other day I went to reach for it to do my hair, but realized I was completely out. I usually stay stocked on this product so that was surprising. Then I remembered that I still had some Wetline Xtreme gel leftover from a trial I did this summer. It was all I had so I had no other choice but to use it.
|My wash and go still has lots of definition
after using Wetline Xtreme gel
I used it three times the first week and I still can’t believe the difference! My hair feels way better than when I use Eco gel and all I have to use is my leave-in conditioner and grapeseed oil underneath. With Eco I had to also use a third, moisturizing product. I think it has something to do with how Wetline gel is protein and glycerin free. I have often suspected that I might need a glycerin free product but it’s possible the protein was causing problems as well. The other plus is that I still get the same curl definition as before. I am so glad that I stumbled upon this discovery. I’m pretty sure that my hair is too!