How I Achieved My Most Successful Wash n’ Go

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I’m back with another post. This post serves to inform you of how I achieved my most successful wash n’ go in and out of the shower.


When done in the shower

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My Love for Wash N’ Gos âť¤

Hey Queens! It’s the beginning of March. Can you believe we’re already in the third month of the year. Where did all the time go? It seems like just yesterday I initiated my blog. I’m loving every moment of this. It’s true they say when you do what you love or is passionate about something, you’ll never work a day in your life. Without further a due, I introduce to you the first post in my Wash N’ Go Series. Click here to see why I initiated this series.

I have always admired the girls who wore wash n’ gos. Their first day curls were pretty and their second, third, fourth day ….. hair was big. Despite the failed attempts at a wash n’ go that has never stopped me from trying again.

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The Wash N’ Go Series

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I’ll be starting a wash n’ go series where I speak of the products I use for my wash n’ go, how I maintain my wash n go, styles you can attain with a wash n’ go among other things over a period of time. I find that this style is less time consuming since I have a hectic life and it’s easy to manipulate for additional styles.

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Braid & Curl

Hey Queens! I’m back with another style. This is my first time doing a braid and curl style on my hair because I’m just a twist-out and bantu-knot out gal – I’v perfected those two styles. There are many other styles I am yet to try and really would love to but as time goes by I will try and with each try I’ll share my experiences through words and pictures. I’d love my blog to be completely authentic as possible so my readers can see that it takes trial and error to perfect the art of the natural hair styles.

Braid & Curl Collage

I finished this style around 5:15 pm on Sunday and I had a class at 8:00 am Monday. I was anxious about how this would turn out because these styles usually take a longer time to dry. I tried to use less gel on this style to avoid an extensive drying time. This was done on dry hair.

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Bantu-Knot Out


I have always been wearing bantu-knots. In Jamaica, we call them chiney bumps. I wasn’t aware that this was a style until I began my research on the natural hair. Since then it has been one of my go-to hairstyles when I’m not in the lazy mood. Even though this style gives me major shrinkage, I embrace the shrinkage nonetheless. Below I will demonstrate how I do this.

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