Phase One is applying because of the swimming otherwise at some point during the weekend I'd just prepoo and wash my hair. I washed my hair and conditioned it briefly with the RUSK shampoo and conditioner that I got from Ulta after I got my hair done last time. I toweled it off and relaxed a bit before I started my prepoo.
Phase Two: I forgot to bring the Strong Roots with me when I went to the living room to sit down and add my deep conditioners to my hair. I also forgot the conditioning cap so I walked back to my bedroom and slicked those on and still skipped the Strong Roots. I put on my satin bonnet and chatted with a few friends before passing out for a few hours. The joy of swim class, good workout, makes me tired. After I woke up, I washed out my hair and went through the normal wash routine. I added the Dr. Miracles deep conditioner post wash and killed about an hour watching tennis. When I washed that out I put my hair up in a t-shirt and let it dry with the plan to take it down in half an hour. Several hours later I finally took it down and took a few photos. While my edges have grown in nicely I have been neglecting them so I added some of the oils I used to grow them out in the first place when I went to detangle and put it up for the night.
A few minutes later I had LOC'd and was detangled, yeah for only being 2 weeks post, and took a few more pictures. I did notice that because I had waited so long to take the towel down that more of my hair was dry, and mostly straight, than I intended. I was too tired to roller set it so it is wrapped again and I will check it tomorrow to make sure it's as straight as I want it to be before I have to head out to work on Monday. I need to work on my ends as well especially as I am swimming each week. You know all I'm seeing right now as I look at these photos again is there's a crap ton of gray hair on my head. Oh and that wrap was quite pitiful lol. I have yet to master that. Oh well. If I recover enough tomorrow to take photos of the finished product I'll update this post. Have a good "lost an hour of your day" day.