In Thursday's entry, I talked about a weak dilution of lemon juice in water as a final rinse. I mentioned yesterday that I did try it out. Today is day two, and my hair is really feeling good. It's very soft and silky, but not limp and shiny.
I've told you before that I always rinse with a dilution of apple cider vinegar with good results. Today and yesterday, my hair has felt better than it even does with the ACV rinse.
While it's impossible to know at this point if it's the lemon rinse that is making my hair feel so good after just one try, I can safely say that I'll keep it up for three weeks and by then I'll know if the lemon rinse is responsible for making my hair feel so good or whether this is just a happy accident.
I've talked about the many factors that go into a good hair day before. It could be the difference between rinsing one's hair for an extra 30 seconds or using just a tiny bit more conditioner than usual.
In any case, I recommend that if you have curly or wavy hair that is prone to a bit of frizz, this is really worth a shot.
I'm looking forward to seeing whether or not this is just a fluke.
To do the lemon rinse, I put 4 teaspoons of lemon juice in a 2 litre (about 8 cup) plastic juice pitcher. I filled it with water and after I finished rinsing the conditioner out of my hair, I dipped the length of my hair in the pitcher for about 30 second or so. Then I poured it over my hair and scalp. Easy and inexpensive.
I also had one of those happy hair moments today. I was just sitting here and I leaned over to pick up my tea, and I felt my hair touch my arm in a new place. Sometimes it amazes me that we can sometimes feel growth in that way.
So all is well in the hair department today.
This week I shall make a hairstyle video. If I can't do it Monday, I'll be sure to do it by the end of the week.
I hope that you all are enjoying your weekend. I've really been enjoying the milder weather that we've been having lately.
Well, it's movie time for me now. I'm going to watch a ghost story this time.
'Til tomorrow. Love to all, and extra hugs to anyone struggling with heartbreak.