Are you a lazy natural? No time to do your hair in the a.m.? No excuse! With this easy roll, tuck and pin tutorial, you can look sophisticated and well
The ability to learn and do most things on my own is something that I have always valued. It’s no different when it comes to my kinky, 4c hair. Once I got my hair cut back in September 2014, I knew that maintaining my ends was something I just had to learn to do myself. I just am not about that “go to the salon and pay someone else to do what you can do” life. Sorry, not sorry! I haven’t been in an actual salon in over 5 years (getting my cuz to cut my hair on his porch does not count). So after a trial run of blowing and trimming my own in January (2015), I had enough confidence to share how I blow out and trim my own hair. So after 6 months, I took out my camera to film the process for you.
THE BLOW OUT
Kinky, 4c textured hair like mine can be pretty tricky to trim in it’s natural state.
Hey everyone! I’ve got another hair product notch on my belt. If you haven’t seen my review on Shea Moisture’s Jamaican Black Castor
Hey everyone! I want to give you a review of one of the products that I did use from the February 2015 curlBOX. Check out the February 2015 curlBOX unboxing below. I promise it’s short and sweet and not filled with rambling about a product that I’m just seeing for the first time.
The first product that I’ve been using is Carols Daughter’ s Mirabelle Plum