Just for the record, I did wash my hair last week on Thursday. However I was too lazy to write about it.
For the first time I tried roller setting my hair. I really don't know what to think of it. I certainly still have to get the hang of it. I don't plan on repeating last weeks roller set until I figure out how to it right. I imagined my self having soft bouncy curls. Actually my hair ended up looking so poufy that it looked I had a wig on my head. Not to mention that I chose a wrong time to try and wear my hair out for church. It was rainy and humid, so I ended up pulling my hair in a ponytail before church was over. *Note* I clarified my hair with a mixture of a tsp. of baking soda and a cup of water. I felt my hair needed it.
I had to go out yesterday, so I postponed my weekly wash to today. I basically did everything mentioned in previous posts.
 Pre-shampooed with castor oil mixture.
 Washed with Paul Mitchell Instant Moisture Daily Shampoo.
 Rinsed with Green tea.
 Applied Just for me hair milk conditioner right after the tea, and covered with a plastic cap and cloth
 I rinsed the product out in the shower and wrapped my hair in a cotton shirt until it dryed about 70%.
 I then applied my leave-ins and braided my hair in five cornrows.
In the beginning of my HJ, I kept on checking if there was any new growth. It seemed like I was the only one who never had a problem with there being a visible difference between my texurized hair and new growth. My hair always lasted the longest. It seemed llike my hair never grew.
Well although I feel like my hair can grow much faster, I can now tell the difference my two textures! My hair has been growing, and now it is getting harder to pull the comb through and it seems to tangle a bit more easily. I don't want to apply a texturizer in my hair just yet, since I want to stretch. I was thinking of putting twists in my hair for awhile. Who knows.