10 thoughts on “Saturday Steaming & Curl Junkie Hibiscus & Banana Deep Fix

  1. Ricky says:

    I’m the same about shampooing often, my hair and scalp are too dry. As for the Giovanni and Yes to …, thanks for the information, I’m seeing its a case by case scenario of being either good or bad. Then again I guess that rule kind of applies to a lot of products. I’m going to try the Deep Moisture conditioner by Giovanni and I’ll let you know if you like of how it goes. Not sure on the Yes stuff now. Thank you!

    OOh and I just subscribed 🙂

  2. Ricky says:

    I love your hair!! It reminds me of mine that’s growing out since I had a kiddie or mild relaxer for the first time ever last June because my hair went retarded in the crown and I didn’t know what to do..I obviously choose the wrong decision lol..but in my defense my mother a hair stylist even did the scooby-doo wtf sound effect because she didn’t know what was going on hahaha..any how sorry for the rambling, I was wondering if you’ve ever tried the Giovanni line of hair products and the target” Yes to blah blah” shampoo and conditioner? I would ask my mom but she’s not keen on the whole all natural products.

    Thank you and you’re awesome!!

    • HB says:

      Aw thanks! I’ve tried Giovanni and didn’t really like their stuff…I tried the 50/50 condish, Smooth as Silk, and Direct Leave-In…I think out of those the 50/50 was the best. I’ve also tried Yes to Cucumbers and Carrots conditioners, and the Yes to Cucumbers shampoo. Unfortunately, they changed the ingredients to Yes to Cucumbers and I don’t like it as much anymore…it’s still good but it was better, I liked the consistency more. Yes to Carrots is okay. The shampoo was good but it’s not a favorite – but, for the price, it’s definitely worth it. Shampoos last me a long time since I only shampoo once a week. Hope that helps!

  3. Lady C says:

    My son’s hair looks like Troy Polamalu’s. I’m going to try the Deep Fix on his hair. His biggest problem is dandruff. Can you recommend something I can use to keep his scalp clean? Do you think the steamer could help?

    • HB says:

      First off…I’m jealous he has hair like Troy Polamalu…that man has some purdy hair! How often does he wash his hair? For dandruff I recommend using a shampoo or conditioner with tea tree oil. A steamer might help as it helps stimulate the scalp, but you may be able to alleviate the issue without buying a large appliance. Bentonite clay and amla have also been suggested to cleanse the scalp and eliminate dandruff.

      • Anonymous says:

        Thanks. My son has a lot of hair–a lot strands of hair per square inch. I thought his problem was not washing the shampoo completely out of his hair, but since I’ve been washing it for him I know that isn’t it. As far as tea tree oil is concerned, I cannot use it without sneezing and inflaming my sinuses. We both are asthmatics.

        I wash my son’s hair once a week. He doesn’t want to put anything in his hair, so I had to fight to use aloe gel on it last week. This week he didn’t want anything in his hair.

        I will try the Bentonite Clay and alma. If I get good results, you’ll be the first to know.

        Thanks again.

  4. Monica says:

    I so love Izzy in this video!!!!! I want a steamer so bad, but I’ve got to convince the hubby that it’s worth it. lol I have been having a love affair with Deep Fix since this summer. It has become my go to DC.

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