I almost “poo-ed”!!! But, I didn’t. Day 4 was difficult for me. My hair was feeling awful and it wasn’t feeling “wet” in the shower. You know how oil and water don’t mix? That’s how it felt with my hair. By the time I got to smelling the vinegar I was just ready to quit! Instead I decided to trust the process and because I wanted to smell good, I used my wonderfully coconutty smelling conditioner on the ends of my hair and rinsed quickly. The pleasant smell was really enough to lift my spirits and once I got my hair up and off my back (and covered) I forgot about it.
Day 5: With a new resolve from my lessons learned yesterday, I am feeling surprised about my hair. I completely expected the front of my hair to be the most oily and nasty, but it is surprisingly dry…almost too dry! What is oily is the center back…and man is it oily!!! The good news is that I don’t think anyone else would notice, so long as you wear it up. I didn’t cover my hair today because I had errands to run and I just wanted to test it out. I put it in a claw clip in a French twist because I knew it wasn’t ready to be worn down. I did just fine and I don’t think anyone would have noticed, but it still feels dirty and that makes me self-conscious. Tomorrow, I want to blow-dry it straight and see how long I can last with it down. I am sure it won’t be long (it wouldn’t be very long if it were clean!), so I’ll probably lift the front off my face with a clip but wear the back long. We’ll see.
So far, I’m glad I did this experiment, though I still believe that I will be washing my hair regularly with shampoo, perhaps I will just wash it less…lots of stuff going on, hopefully I’ll get a different kind of post up soon!!!