We have always heard the phrase, "If it isn't (ain't) broken, then don't fix it."
I had always advocated about using what works for you as long as the technique implemented helps with your hair journey.
Over time, we may feel the need to tweak our hair regimen because:
*we found something better
*our hair doesn't respond the same any more to a product we have been using for several years
*we just want to try something different/new
*we saw or heard someone else talking about a product and we must try it - "jumping the bandwagon"
I just recently revised my hair regimen. Not much at all. Too give you some background info, my hair regimen has been the same for several years. I may have let go of a product or two and also started using a product again.
But me, trying to use it myself...I'm surprised I still had hair! So let us fast forward, I moved to Atlanta and I still had two bottles of the ApHogee Two Step Protein Treatment, several large containers of 100% Shea Butter that I purchased for $1.00 each working near NYC from an African store. I was on a rampage, cleaning and clearing things out, that I threw those products out...thinking I would never use them again.
When I started my hair journey a year later after moving, I smacked my forehead reading and following hair journies with the products I threw out!. Mad and upset!
Anyway, as a protein treatment, I have always used eggs. Now, It is time to let the eggs go and make room for the 2-Step Protein Treatment along with it's partner, the Balancing Moisturizer which works as a pair.
I already have been using two ApHogee products for years, so they were always staples for me (Keratin & Green Restructurizer, ProVitamin Leave-In Conditioner).
I also went back to my old relaxer only because I always loved it and had nothing else but good results for so many, many years. The Alma Legend, for me...was a great relaxer and I have nothing negative to say about it in regards to my personal experience. I was fortunate enough to not to feel any burn - it did process a bit quicker in my experience, the product required no mixing either and it smelled amazing....yes, for a relaxer, it smelled awesome. It was sent to me for review months ago and I did make the choice to try it out.
So what changes have you made in your hair regimen? Was it a good thing, bad thing, or still working on it?
So check out my hair regimen, and feel free to ask questions!
***My Hair Regimen