As a low porosity natural, deep conditioning is often the bane of my existence. I loathe sitting under the dryer counting the minutes until I can relieve myself of the heat filled agony. I find that DCing before I cleanse makes life so much easier. However, sitting around for hours in order to avoid heat is not the vision either. I had an epiphany this past wash day and decided to baggy with my deep conditioning masque overnight. For those of you who aren't sure what baggying is, it is merely coating your strands with an oil or conditioner of choice, covering your hair with a plastic processing cap or two, and letting your body heat work for you. I'd read that some naturals are against conditioning overnight because the hair could become mushy or over conditioned. Since my hair has trouble taking in moisture, I thought that it might work in my favor instead. How shall I put this? I'm pretty sure I scored major points with Jada. When I rinsed my hair the next day, it felt like silk. No tangles, snarls, dryness, or knots were present. My curls were happier than they'd been in months. I'll share my recipe for my homemade DC in a minute, but first I must sing the praises of my new "lazy" conditioning method. Even the cleansing portion of my wash day was easier after the overnight treatment. Usually, I just prepoo with Vatika oil overnight when I'm not DCing. If you are experiencing dry hair or are low porosity (or both), I totally recommend overnight deep conditioning.