SUMMER 2012: For the summer, it consisted of glycerin, aloe vera gel, honey, shea butter, olive oil, and coconut oil. The glycerin and honey are both humectants and allowed for me to take advantage of the humid weather. My twists would stay moist and supple for a week to week and a half.
FALL 2012: Since these next several months are going to be colder and drier, I am switching to a mixture of grapeseed oil, aloe vera gel, shea butter, olive oil, and coconut oil. This combination will be thicker and act more like a sealant. The plan is to apply this to freshly washed, damp hair or hair that has been spritzed with water. This "sealant" will trap the water (moisture) into my hair.
Other than this change, I am toying with the idea of putting in box braid extensions for two months. I want to retain as much length as possible for the remainder of 2012, and braid extensions have always been #1 (above my usual twists) for that. However, I have not done them in few years because my hair has gotten so long. I really want to try them, though, because the style is just so beautiful!! We shall see.
So what are you changing in your regimen this Fall?