Despite all the effort I put into my hair care, I have dry hair ends, so a nourishing conditioner is a must-have product for me. Some of the conditioners keep my hair hydrated, some of them do not, so I always am in search for that perfect one that would make my hair look fabulous.
A while ago, I discovered a new method of rinsing and conditioning dry hair, called Condition – Wash – Condition (CWC) method. I am sure some of you know about this already, but for those who never heard of it before, here’s how it works: the fundamental concept of this routine is to use your conditioner twice – before and after shampooing your hair. Just follow 4 simple steps:
1. get your hair wet and apply conditioner avoiding your scalp, leave for 5-15 minutes;
2. gently rinse your scalp with shampoo. The key is NOT to use shampoo on your hair ends;
3. apply conditioner again, leave for 5-15 minutes;
4. rinse all hair with warm water.
I did this CWC experiment using John Masters Organics Rosemary & Peppermint Detangler (my favorite at the moment). My hair is not dyed; also, I have a fantastic combination of oily roots + dry ends, so I have to wash my hair every other day. I have been trying out this method for a few weeks now, and, to be honest, don’t see any dramatic changes. Anyway, not what a hair mask or some other rich treatment wouldn’t do. My hair feels soft, but I still need to apply a leave-in conditioner for more hydration.
Have you tried the CWC method?