Stages of an alternate hair care regime

1: give up all forms of chemical hygiene products as part of an alternate cancer approach.
2: discover that people wash their hair for a reason.
3: stick to your guns as your hair gets increasingly greasy.
4:  think that you have reached a place of inner harmony and acceptance.
5: discover that sticking to your guns and accepting is much harder when your girlfriend can see you face to face instead of over a fuzzy video call.
6: try to ignore the  constant comments like “do you think your hair looks a little greasy?” And “you could look really good if your hair wasn’t  so… interesting”.
7: buckle under the  pressure and agree to look into natural alternatives to shampoo.
8: question the wisdom of a shampoo made from lemon, green tea, and… olive oil? Surely that will only make things worse.
9: discover that it does indeed make things worse as you leave the house to go shopping with olive oil soaked, green tea flecked hair.
10: get left in the car by the girlfriend who is too embarrassed to take you with her.
11: blog about the experience in third person.

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About jeromepink

I am slightly taller than average, have brown hair, enjoy rock climbing, and got told I would be dead within 5 years in 2010. I have chosen to disregard this :P
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6 Responses to Stages of an alternate hair care regime

  1. Goo one Jerome … then again, I had a flatmate once who swore by the olive oil treatment. (He didn’t though also use green tea and lemon!) What did them back in them thar days before chemicals do?

    • jeromepink says:

      It is possible I did it wrong 😛 it is amazing how many “can’t live without” hygiene products are being introduced into a market that didn’t need them 12 months before.

  2. Cristina says:

    I did a bit of research once and that’s how I came up with beaten egg for the wash and then vinegar to rinse/condition (and get rid of eggy smell). The vinegar alone might be enough, but then I really like the smell of it 🙂

  3. Gabrielle Pink says:

    Back in them thar days they used lemon and water and in more recent times good old sunlight soap (I’m talking 1930’s). When I was too lazy to wash my hair (1970’s), I and my girlfriends used to sprinkle Johnson’s Baby powder on our hair-looked worse than the greasy mess it already was!
    I think we thought it looked more blonde-no blonde jokes please.

    • jeromepink says:

      haha, Amelia still does the baby powder trick. In the event I need a quick pick me up I will give it a go 😛

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