(Closed) For bees that don't wash their hair everyday what do you do in the shower

posted 4 years ago in Beauty
Post # 61
8514 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

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Overjoyed :  I’ve been using my current one for years and actually have no idea where it came from since my mom gave it to me. I have a Drybar cap in the wings to use when it finally craps out and that one looks pretty big too. This one on Amazon also has good reviews, so I might try it out sometime! https://www.amazon.com/Shower-Cap-Adjustable-WaterProof-Protection/dp/B01BCR6XEQ

Hope you find one that works for you!

Post # 62
210 posts
Helper bee

I wash my hair every 1-1.5 weeks. I have long thick wavy hair. I just wear it in a messy bun on top my head in shower. I don’t normally use any product in it day to day though (i.e. no mousse, hair spray, oil, etc), and only blow dry it straight occaisonally (no straightener ever). I dye my hair every 4-5 weeks (or since baby has arrived every 5-7 weeks 😉 so I need to care for it quite a bit to ensure it doesn’t dry out too much. I use an essential oil based shampoo and conditioner and I love it. 

Post # 63
2164 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: NJ

I wash mine now every 3 days. On the 2 non-wash days, I put it up in clips and put on a shower cap. It still gets damp around the edges, sometimes I blow it dry a little, sometimes not. 

I have a big head and very thick hair but I found a couple of extra large caps.

Post # 64
1695 posts
Bumble bee

I have a just longer than chin length inverted bob. I shampoo every other day. On non shampoo days my hair goes into a shower cap. I bought a good quality one from Winners for about $5. 

Post # 65
286 posts
Helper bee

 I use a shower cap. I cannot possibly wash my hair every day because it’s way too dry. 

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