I could list so many things here but it depends on whose opinion wrong is. According to the industry everything everyone does here is wrong. I am of the opinion nothing works for everyone so you have to do what works for you. If that's sulfates great. If its conditioner then great. Btw when my Paul Mitchell trainer mentioned Co at my last training, saying he didn't know people were doing that I knew it was getting more exposure. All in all its what does your hair need.
Starting again at APL due to damage
Next goal: BSL Final goal: MBL/waist
Cosmetology educator who is ingredients sensitive due to eczema, sebborheic dermatitis, gluten sensitivity and allergies.
I still don't like the ball tips though - my hair gets caught in them and rips out. Instead, I use a denman brush like this:
which gives the same feeling without the hair-getting-caught problem that I have found to be pretty much unavoidable.
I also have to wash often because I get these pimply sores on my scalp if I go too long without washing. Not a lot of them, but one or two is enough!
Is CO washing a problem for you? (or anyone out there who'd like to speak up ) I'm just wondering because if CO is supposed to be gentler, can I use it more often without damaging my hair?
Bonkers, you can safely CO about as often as you like. In fact some people add extra CO washes, even if their scalp isn't greasy yet, because it adds moisture to their length.