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Cute Bangs for a Round Face. 💇🏽‍♀️

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Sade.s.a
THIS ONES FOR MY CURLY FRIENDS! 🌀 I have Thick 4B curly hair and I one through a many of cuts and styles in my 10 years of being natural but over the past year I finally found a shape that works for me and the ultimate wash and go that compliments my plush round face! I got bangs! I was so worried about having bangs but my stylist promised it was perfect. And she was spot on! Bangs help bring out my cheeks and draw attention to my eyes. Things that normally blend in are framed beautifully by my bangs. I suggest to go for it if you’ve ever considered it and have a face shape like me! For my Wash and Gos I used (in order): AS I AM - Curl Enhancing Smoothie
I love this product! It smells great and gives my hair so much moisture and truly defines my curls. I use this after I have shampooed and conditioned and on soaking wet hair I rake it through Root to ends and then take my detangling brush and brush it in. (I have low porosity hair so my hair doesn’t hold water well, so it has to stay drenched during this whole process lol) Curls - Control Curl Sculpting Gel
Secondly I take this gel and rake it through my hair to hold the curl. Style as desired. I use quite a bit because I have a lot of hair. The thing I like about this product is it also smells good but has hydrating Aloe leaf juice infused. Lastly Bumble and bumble. - BB. Curl Anti-Humidity Gel-Oil
I use very little of this I squeeze a quarter size amount into my hand and flip my hair and gently go over my curls with it. Love this product because it helps define and adds shine and also tame frizz because of its anti humidity properties. I finish off with my oil mix to lock it in and diffuse with cold air for 15 minutes then let air dry! Oil Mix (jamaican Castor oil, Vitamin E oil, and sweet almond oil)
Jul. 22
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