Products used: Shea Butter & Olive Oil
Begin with damp hair, apply your favorite products, take your first section of hair and twist your hair until it starts to curl up. Then twist it around itself at the scalp. It will look like a mini bun. Finally to secure the ends gently lift up the "bun" and tuck the ends under. If you can not secure the ends then secure them with a bobby pin.
Wrap your hair up and go to bed :) or sit under a hooded dryer until you hair is completely dry.
When dry untwist knots gently. For more fullness separate them in half or fourths. When separating curls look at the hair for the
Flexi Rods etc..) I like to coat my hand with some type of product my hair likes (Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Curls Creme Brulee etc...). This cuts down on frizz and enhances shine, and definition.
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(have not been able to find the original source of this picture)
Split ends are an obstacle that everyone has to deal with. You can decrease the amount of split ends and knots by putting these simple tips into practice:
- Remove Shed Hair from Comb and hands when detangling.
- Detangling hair when it is wet, loaded with conditioner
- Do not comb when hair is dry
- Protective styles will protect your hair
- Moisturize, find a good leave in to lock in moisture and a daily moisturizer
- Trim ends on a regular bases, this will prevent split ends from growing up the hair shaft
- Use products that your hair likes
- Smooth hair
- Tight (not too tight)
- Ends are tucked under proper
- Ample drying time
1. When performing a wet set you really should not test out new products. Setting the hair takes so much time you really don't want to experiment. So use a product that you hair thrives off of and sets nicely with.
2.Its very important that you smooth the hair before setting this will ensure and clean smooth defined curl. It may even appear as if you applied heat to your hair.
3. When placing you perm rods, flexi rods etc.. ensure that they are tight. Not so tight that it hurts. There should be a good amount of tension to ensure the curl comes out smooth.
4. The ends are very important. You start from the ends up when setting your hair. ensure that the ends are secure around the rods being used. You do not want rough, uncurled, or crinkled ends.
5. Give your hair enough time to dry COMPLETELY. You may need to sit under a hooded dryer
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This picture and idea comes from: A little polka dot. I LOVE THIS IDEA! I can't wait to use this idea. Have to have the perfect party for this though!
The Sweetest Occasion site has the cutest.... hanging circles above the table. I'm still trying to figure out what they are since the article is not focused on whats above the table. I'm thinking maybe they are circle chandeliers of some sort?