Tips for Perfecting the Wash n Go Works for All Hair Types

Lisa's Wash n Go Hair

The Perfect Wash and Go

 Step 1

Start with freshly co-washed and detangled hair. Co-washing will ensure the optimal level of moisture has been infused into you strands. Rinse with cold water to seal the cuticle locking in moisture, shine and minimizing frizz.

Step 2

With your head upside down scrunch your favorite leave-in and oil into soaking wet hair (notice the emphasized words). Scrunching distributes the product evenly without disturbing or stretching out the curls. Applying the oil and moisturizer together means you touch your hair less which results in less frizz and the extra moisture from leaving the hair wet creates shine.

Step 3

Using a silk scarf or microfiber wrap create a pineapple with all of your hair on top of your head. DO NOT TOUCH until hair is completely dry.

Step 4

When you are ready to leave take your hair down and shake your head. You can use your hands (no tools) to arrange your kinks but remember the more you touch the more you frizz.

 How do you wash and go?

4 thoughts on “Tips for Perfecting the Wash n Go Works for All Hair Types”

  1. This really help me understand why my wash and go doesn’t work for me. I don’t like the way the back spent curl the way the front does. Thanks.

  2. I wash my hair, apply KinkyCurly Knot Today, then apply KinkyCurly Custard to about 4 big sections of hair ,work it thru with fingers, shake head HARD & bye bye , out the door. Total time; 15″ -20″. My summer regimen for past 3 summers !

  3. Let me preface this by saying I’ve always been lazy with my hair…

    I never combed product through. I would just hop in the shower, wet my hair, shake it out, and throw in some product. I can’t even remember what lol

    No scrunching and no elongating. I’d just let it nap up as it pleased.

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