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Dirty hair is hot and other ShamPHree journeys to follow.

shampHey my dear hair loving friends. Today, I give you “Dirty hair is hot” and ShamPHree inspiration in the form of some lovely hair collages and a couple of ShamPHree journeys documented on other blogs!

I have so enjoyed reading about and corresponding with those of you who have gone ShamPHree. I have learned so much in the process about myself, yourselves, hair, chemistry, natural remedies, and so much more.

If you are anything like me, hearing other peoples positive experiences and seeing beautiful images of natural hair help to iencourage you along your journey. When you have a chance, my ShamPHree pinterest page is where I post natural hair photos that inspire me.dirty

 

 

Here are several links to different bloggers who have gone ShamPHree. Check em out and see what has worked for them and maybe you can learn a new tip!

Leontinne and Minuette,    Forays into eco-thrifty living,    Vegan cheap green haircare,     Off the merry-go-round,     Astoria designs,     Gingefringe,     My ShamPHree journey

Here are my personal favorite HTHG ShamPHree hairstyles. Click the links for tutorials:)

9 dirty hairstyles

9 dirtyFrom right to left, starting at the top row……

Hot mess twisted hairstyle,    twisted angel halo,    half up knotted hairstyle,     roll’n’braids,     perfect dutch braids (coming soon!),     nikki bun (coming soon!),     sail away scarf braids,     3rd day twisted curly do,     headband twist.

ShamPHree starter kits and products are now available in the HTHG ShamPHree Shop. Get yours today and Free Your Hair!

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5 Comments

  1. Barb Chartier Raudonis

    I’ve gone back & forth trying the “no poo” method, and what I’m not clear on what i should do is this: On days that I don’t “wash” my hair but yet need to do something to it because it’s sticking up weird/its natural wave is flat/whatever……normally I would have simply sprayed my hair wet/really damp with a spray bottle full of only water and then applied a small amount of a thick cream curl activator. I could do this routine for 2-3 days before needing to wash my hair with the traditional shampoo and conditioner. What do I do NOW trying the “no poo” method? In between washes? I really would like this to work…I love the idea of less chemicals, natural, and saving money. Thanks for your help!

    1. roxie.hunt Author

      You have some options, and experimentation is always the best way to determine what is best for your hair. In between ShamPHrees, you can wet your hair as much as you want in the shower or with a spray bottle. Using products is fine but it is important to consider the ingredients in the products you are using. Some ingredients build up gunk on the hair shaft and don’t work so well with the ShamPHree method.
      IF your curl creme is silicone/dimethicone based, will build up on the hair shaft, sealing out moisture over time. The great thing about ShamPHree is that it really eliminates your hairs need for much product. IF you are ShamPHRee and you still feel like you need a styling product or two, consider using a natural oil like coconut or shea butter. Best of luck:)

  2. heather

    Any advice for short haired ladies(think grown out pixie length)?

    1. roxie.hunt Author

      let it get dirty and use hair powder for premium texture:)

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