The easiest headband twist!!
If you are looking for a great hairstyle to keep your hair out of your face but still keeping your hair down, this hairstyle is for you!! This is way easier than it may look, follow these steps to nail this look! ✨section off to parts of your hair next to your part ✨ponytail the rest of your hair back ✨brush your hair to one side ✨to start the twist, take a small section of hair and twist the front over the back, grab a section of hair from your hairline and repeat till you have no hair to grab It’s that easy!!! Good luck 😃
Nov. 4, 2020
Hair chronicles of an oval-faced lady 💁🏾♀️
I feel like I have been on a hair journey for my whole life and it is still ongoing. I have 4C, thick, natural hair. I have been relaxed, wave nouveaued, braided, wigged and natural. (Sometimes three of those at once.) Luckily, I have an oval face, which is the easiest face shape to slap a hairstyle on. What Byrdie.com had to say about the oval face shape: “People with oval faces have foreheads that are only a tiny bit wider than their curved chin—picture an egg placed upside down. If you have a tall forehead, your cheekbones are the widest part of your face, and your face is longer than it is wide, chances are you've got an oval face.” 💁🏾♀️ Styles I lean toward 💁🏾♀️ Right side swept bangs: I grew up during the 00s so I thankfully adapted the deep part side bangs to a more subtle right side bang. I still like this style because it gives my face more dimension. My cheekbones aren’t pronounced and I always felt that bangs make my cheeks pop. Middle part: This used to be my least favorite way to wear my hair. I thought my forehead was too long, but now I embrace the real estate that God gave me. I have a curly, middle-parted wig that I just adore. It is medium length. The long, medium and short of it: For me, I do not like how my face would with short hair. I felt like it made my face look longer. (Not a problem I needed to address.) I live in the medium-to-long range. Bob’s my hairstyle: I love bobs — especially long bobs. Lobs are my jam. I think it is important for everyone to experiment with their hair — regardless of your face shape. Try new things.
Would U like to dyed your hair rainbow! 🌈🌈
I just dyed my hair rainbow! I love it! It exceeded my expectations by far. My hair is very think so I can’t do it myself, better to have someone else do it. I got my hair dyed in a salon and I do advise going to a hair stylist who works with fun hair colors. Do you like it?! 🦄️🦄️
BEGINNER: DIY HAIR TRIM✂️✨
I love trimming my hair once a month for the benefits such as hair growth and split-end removal. I’ve noticed these trims allow me to wear my straight hair naturally which allows for less time being spent on it in the morning. The tools used to give myself an at-home trim include: hair scissors wide-tooth comb Choosing these 2 tools allows for little to no damage during the process. To start: on damp to dry hair, I part my combed out hair how I normally style it. next, I gather one side of the hair and alternate between twisting and combing out the segment of hair. then, I take the scissors and trim away at the split ends sticking out of the twist.repeat on the other side, and you will have a trim that leaves you with soft, knot-free hair. Disclaimer: I am not a professional hairstyle, this is just works for me. Also, I have only tried this on straight hair and not sure how it works on other hair types.
HOW TO: Tik Tok sock curls!
So I saw this allll over Tik Tok and I had to give it a shot! It’s quite easy, but while waiting for my hair to dry, the socks got droopier :/ Stay tuned for the results!!
my cute, everyday hairstyle
when i shaved my head back in February, i knew it was gonna be a HUGE change. what i didn’t expect was having to learn how to re-style my hair every month 🥴😂 now that my hair has grown out a considerable length, I really love the way that it looks, and have been enjoying finding new ways to style it. i would call this a “super short pixie,” and i’m FINALLY seeing some of my curl and texture that i had before my buzz! my hair is a 2b/c when it’s grown out, and i’ve missed seeing that wave! i use KRISTIN ESS - Depth Defining Water Based Pomade to define my returning curls and scrunch my hair to bring them to life. i also like to part my hair on the left side of my head and give a subtle finger-wave to the front to bring out more of that natural curl. while i LOVE this look, i can’t wait to see my hair grow more so i can find new ways to style it! anyone else growing out a buzz? how’re you doing sister??
KRISTIN ESS-Depth Defining Water Based Pomade
INH’s new waver 💕💕
I’m on a quest for the perfect waves, and I of course had to try a hot tool! INH gifted me this waver, and I have never tried waving my hair with heat before mainly because I already have wavy hair, but it felt really nostalgic using this as it reminded me of when I used to crimp my hair! Some great things about INSERT NAME Here - The Waver is that it’s coated with ceramic to keep heat damage at a minimal. It also heats up pretty high so this worked FAST. My hair is long and thick and it took me about 20 mins to do this—not bad if you ask me! Find this waver on INH’s website for $68 and hop on the wavy hair wave!
INSERT NAME Here-The Waver
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