Sunday, December 25, 2011

WET NATURAL HAIR BUN

I can see that keeping my hair protected under my wigs has retained a good amount of length. I took a small break form the wigs, before another batch of lace front wig reviews on my youtube channel. I've played around with leaving conditioner in, then applying a moisturizer and gel . Below are pictures of freshly washed and conditioned hair. Lustrasilks Olive Oil Cholesterol was left in . Eco -Styler Clear gel was used for slicking my hair down. With a scarf for 30 minutes or more, my hair is extremely smooth. I find that for my hair type, slicking my wet hair is much easier than on dry hair and yields better results.



NAKED NATURAL HAIR


15 comments:

  1. LAID! lol great moma Merry Christmas!!!

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  2. Looks great! How do you keep the lace fronts from breaking and thinning your edges? I tried those types of wigs last year and they completely broke off my edges and thinned them out. Now I still have a beautiful lace front and I'm afraid to wear it.

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  3. This looks beautiful! I'm looking forward to my hair growing to this length! Your hard work is paying off! ;)

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  4. AE your hair is fierce love it. Fab darling!

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  5. Lots of growth. Looks great! One tip I do have about keeping the edges from breaking is by braiding them(cornrow style) and tucking them behind the ears.

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  7. @Daniel8787 Leaving some of the cholesterol made a HUGE difference. I can never "slick" my hair all the way.
    @Samara I don't seem to have problems, but I don't let my hair get super dry and brittle, also I use oil and or grease on the edges to soften and serve as a little protection from the friction of the lace. I haven't had any problems, but then again I have only been wearing wigs for some months and all of the human hair wigs have soft swiss lace

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  8. @Hottie53 Thanks chic
    @Blackrose843 I rarely cornrow my hair, but thanks for the recommendation. .I think when you have the lace directly on the hairline or behind it can really do damage.

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  9. @aninversum Thanks so much
    @Little Brown Princess you will get there before you know it . Be patient and treat your hair will, and it will reward you with looking great, and being healthy

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  10. I love your hair like this. Have you ever straightend your hair and put some curls in it? I would love to see your hair like that. Your hair looks laid and really good...

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  11. Yes ma'am can you say HAIR RETENTION, your protective styling had truly paid off, looks great!

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  12. @JBoogie I was shocked by the length of my "curly" ponytail. I will keep up with the plaits under the wigs for a little while longer. :O) Im enjoying the break from twisting and braiding at night

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  13. She's lucky to her hair and she's beautiful

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