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Another Way to Maintain a Wash & Go

By January 27th, 202120 Comments

20 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    Great video. Will try it next time I do my WNG.

  • Godsfavr says:

    All I do is sleep in my satin cap, mist in the morning and moisturize. I get 3-4 days out of my wash and goes.

  • Leslie says:

    Thank you FoxyMochaCleopatra for sharing this technique. Your curls rock! I'd like to try this and I'd like to know what product you're using to spray your ends.

  • Anonymous says:

    This wouldn't never work with my hair. I think I'm missing something. I didn't see her actually wash her hair. What is she spraying on it? Anyway, I hope it works for someone else!

  • Anonymous says:

    Love it!!

  • Barbara says:

    OMG! I wondered what I would do when it got longer…thank you for this. My hair texture isn't as thick but my curl is very similar. I could use this styling on the front, top and sides of my hair at this point. FoxyMochaCleopatra thank you. Your hair looks so pretty. I'm buying some elastic bands tomorrow. I saw the ones without the little metal pieces last weekend at RiteAid. WOOOOO!

  • LPShareTube says:

    Great results! I'd also like to know what moisturizer was used on the ends? I would LOVE to rock wash-n-go's more, but my shrinkage is super-crazy-ridiculus! This method might help, so I'll try it soon!

  • Dana says:

    What moisturizer are you spraying on your ends?

  • Anonymous says:

    I found it was best for me to add a plastic shower cap and sleep, it makes the hair moist and in the am I spray and shake. I can wear it for a week

  • Charmed Muggle says:

    Wow, my hair would be a hot frizzy mess with all that manipulation & it seems like a lot to do the night before! No thank you! I re-do my hair-type-3/4 WNG everyday, but now that it is cold & my hair is at mid-length (same length as video above), I simply spritz my hair, shake & go. I saw the video below a year ago when I had super short hair & now my hair is long enough to do this – it works! So easy!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDnD-pjVm3U&feature=channel_video_title

  • CocoDreamee says:

    Wow!! This video is very impressive but….when I do a wash and go it is shrinkage galore!! Hers looked like it started off a little stretched, I have the same exact texture, what I am I missing?? I have a little below shoulder length hair when stretched in the back, and mid neck when stretched on the sides. For wash and go's aren't we still do a quick condish in shower, rinse, wring hair, throw in some leave in condish, slather on product of choice and fluff?? Help, I love other peoples wash and go's but never do them anymore because shrinkage is insane…feel free to shoot me an email if you're feeling extra generous (angelbaby8932001 using gmail).

  • Sequitta says:

    This seems like a great method! I'm scared to try it though because anytime I spray anything into my hair, let the shrinkage begin!

  • Ings says:

    Damn, why didn't see this last night?!
    Her method works !!

  • Anonymous says:

    Hello FoxyMochaCloepatra!

    Nice! What do you use to define your curls? They are poppin'! I have a simliar texture to yours.

  • T♡Ni says:

    This is a great idea, i cant wait to try this in a few days. With my wash n go's i would usually style my hair by rewetting my hair everyday.

  • Dana says:

    I wish I would have known about this method when my hair was shorter. It's much longer and maintaining a wash 'n go is more difficult b/c the smallest amount of manipulation will cause frizz. I'll surely give this a try when I go back to my wash 'n go for spring/summer.

  • Anonymous says:

    This is the same method I use and my hair is significantly longer so this will continue to work as your hair grows out. After a few days, my hair is stretched enough to style it into a big fluffy 'fro. At that point, I pineapple my hair into a high bun at night and cover with a satin bonnet. I can go a least 3 more days like that.

  • MesaIsaGoddess says:

    I highly doubt I would be capable of doing this. I usually catch a bad case of the frizzies.

  • Anonymous says:

    This seems like a lot of trouble for a wash 'n "go."

  • Anonymous says:

    Her hair looks exactly like mine. Color and all 🙂 For my WNGs, I fluff, spray with water, and then moisturizer. I do not touch it after that. It springs to life as it dries.

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