Natural Hair/Protective Styles (In Detail)

Hi loves! I apologize for the lateness, however, let’s get to it!!  This post is about two specific natural hairstyles (wash ‘n gos & twist outs) and one protective style (lace frontals) in full detail.

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Wash ‘n Go-(Products needed: Spray bottle, finger comb, leave-in-conditioner, argon or coconut oil, hand dryer, and eco styler (or any gel of your preference).  Start off with freshly washed and detangled hair.  Depending on the length of your hair, part your hair into two to four sections, and thoroughly massage the leave-in-conditioner and oil into each section of hair.  Once you have finished, you will then massage the eco styler gel into each section, and when you have completed that step, you will go in with the diffuser hand dryer and dry only the roots of your hair.

Twist Out (Products needed: Leave-in-conditioner, spray bottle, finger comb, oil of choice, and eco styler (if needed).   Start off with freshly washed and detangled hair.  Depending on the length of your hair, part your hair into two to four sections, and thoroughly massage the leave-in-conditioner and oil into each section of hair.  As you begin to twist your hair, you will then put a small portion of the styler gel into your hair as you twist, making sure the twist locks at the end.  And do this all over your head.

Natural Hair Style Links 

-Curly Hair Routine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Glbl1tpwQjs

-Super Defined Twist Out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KENek2z0SfE

Protective Style Link

-Securing Your Lace Front: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdVA6AmO7Zo

I hope I was help to many and I hope you enjoy! 

 

  

 

 

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