Pictured below are the products that I used in 2003. They were all great and I still use a lot of them now in 2012. Back then, I shampooed, conditioned, and styled my hair once a week (usually at night, so my hair would dry while I slept). These pictures are almost 10 years old, so some of the packaging has changed.
In 2003, I diluted all of my shampoos with water and applied them to my hair with a spray bottle. I shampooed and detangled my hair before I got into the shower.
- 1st: I sprayed and massaged in the diluted shampoo.
- 2nd: I used my Jilbere (JBEG03) and the Denman (D4) brush to work the shampoo through my hair.
- 3rd: I stepped into the shower to rinse my hair
- 4th: I mixed caster oil, honey, olive oil, and vegetable glycerin to one of the conditioners pictured below. I would cover my hair with a plastic cap, and leave the conditioner mix in for an hour or so.
- 5th: Finally, I’d rinse out the conditioner mix and would use Carols Daughter Healthy Hair Butter or the Paul Mitchell Sculpting foam to style. I used whatever I was in the mood for. If I wanted fluffy hair I would use the sculpting foam. If I wanted my hair to look more defined I would use the Healthy Hair Butter. I always used the cold wave rods on the ends of my twists.
- 6th: I used a little Mimosa Hair Honey for shine and the K-Cutter Comb to fluff my roots each day.
2003 Product List:
- Dr Bronners Lavendar Castile Soap
- Dr Bronners Tea Tree Castile Soap
- Ebene shea butter shampoo
- Vegetable Glycerin
- Castor Oil
- Nexxus Humectress
- Olive Oil
- Aubrey Organics GPB
- Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam
- Carol’s Daughter Healthy Hair Butter
- Carol’s Daughter Mimosa Hair Honey
- K-cutter comb
- Denman (D4) brush
- Jilbere (JBEG03) brush
- Clips & perm rods
- Spray bottle water with a few drops of glycerin.
- Aubrey Organics Island Butter Shampoo
- Aubrey Organics Green Tea Herbal Creme Rinse
- Giovanni 50/50 Balanced Hair Remoisturizer
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