When it’s time for my shower, I make sure the water is at a perfect temperature and then I send it on its way to the shower head. Once it starts raining down, I undress and step in.
Once I step into the shower: I stand with my back to the shower head and let the water soak all of my hair which takes around 5-7m because my hair is so long and there’s a LOT of it.
I tousle it a bit.
I only wash my hair with shampoo and conditioner once or twice a week because (my hairdresser told me) that my hair creates enough of its own natural oils that I don’t need to add so much more with shampoos and conditioners. My hair was oily all the time until I received and followed that advice.
If it was a hair washing day, that’s the first thing I’d do after I make sure all of my hair has gotten completely drenched. Shampoo then conditioner. It takes around 10-15m to get all the shampoo and conditioner through and washed out of my hair.
Once my hair is all nice and clean, I brush my teeth.
After my breath has been freshened, I shave my legs, my hoo-ha (this one I do only every other day to avoid razor bumps), and my armpits.
(Via Huff Post)
I turn towards the shower head and let the warm water run down and in between my private crevices.
Once my body is bald, I scrub every inch of it (besides that certain private crevice because if you didn’t know: you should not put soap in there) with body wash. And then rinse it all off and turn the water off and wrap myself up with a soft, dry towel.
(Challenge #2 / Day #13)