Some things I have down to a science and others I just mimic what I see. Using multiple leave-ins is more about the latter (with a little bit of trial and error). The first situation where I started experimenting with using multiple leave-in was with flat ironing.
- Moisturizing Leave-in Treatment – restores the moisture to my hair (I likely won’t be moisturizing daily, so added a little extra on wash day helps to get me through the week).
- Serum/Heat Protectant – (1) seals in the moisture, (2) smooths the hair strands making it easier for the heat tools to glide down my hair; and (3) forms a barrier of protection from the high temperatures.
- The Glossing Spray – Adds shines and ensures that I’m left with a silky smooth finish.
- Protein Heat Protectant – (1) adds structure and strength, which I feels helps to prepare my hair for the manipulation; and (2) adds protection for my hair against the heat of the hooded dryer.
- Moisturizing Leave-In Treatment – adds moisture more to my strands.
- Roux Treatment & Shine 619, Darcey’s Botanical Coconut Lemongrass Transitioning Creme and Vatika Enriched Coconut Oil; or
- Roux Treatment & Shine 619, Elasta QP Recovery Moisturizer and Elasta QP Glossing Serum.