ROUGH HAIR DAY? WRAP IT UP 🥰 #CheriePartner
Hey Guys! Today I’m showing you guys another Wrap Style I absolutely Love! This is the 3rd Video in my Wrap series and you guys seem to really enjoy these looks! I have Curly 4B/C hair and I don’t always want to deal with it so the Wrap Life is for me! I hope this tutorial will help some of you who want to get into head wraps a good beginner reference. WRAP LIFE - Noire Stretch Flow Black
Oct. 4, 2020
Side braid for the win ✨ #Cheriepartner
Who doesn’t love a cute side braid when you don’t know what hair look to go for? I used to use this hairstyle for work all the time! And it’s super simple!! Step 1 apply your preferred hair styling product. Mine was KRISTIN ESS - Ultra Hydrating Curl Leave-In Cream Step 2 select a medium amount of hair you wanna braid (Also select the side you want it to be) Step 3 braid it not all the way to the end, go about 3/4 of the way. Step 4 pick a cute hair clip to hold the braid in place! Ta daaaaa! This works with all hair types as well! I hope you enjoyed my video! 🤍
KRISTIN ESS-Ultra Hydrating Curl Leave-In Cream
no braiding skills needed
what do you think of this method? Yey or nay? Have you try it? I have to confess that this hair tool has been sitting on my table for years now, I tried it once and gave up immediately as braiding using only my fingers is easier for me but I decided to give it a chance again as I know how useful can be for those of you that don’t know how to braid, so let me know if this was helpful and if you would give it a try too 🥰
How I achieved this glam ponytail!
Lawd knows I love me a glam pony! So it was about time to test out #BerrySleek - 3 Type BerryCurl[products]#[FiveStars] in 24 inches. I received 2 bundles of the 24” hair and it was indeed more than enough hair for my little body. step 1 - wash + blow dry hair step 2 - flat iron/press hair step 3 - brush hair into ponytail step 4 - attach one bundle at a time and wrap it around your ponytail. step 5 - lay them baby hairs Now, as you can see I did not do this look myself for obvious reasons. However, I do want to give this hairstylist creds and she goes by the name of “LayingHands” located in Los Angeles, CA. She singlehandedly SAVED MY HAIR. She not only gave me a poppin pony but she was very detailed with my natural hair. She conditioned and trimmed my hair all in one session. I was completely lost at how I was going to style my hair next, but this style lasted about a month and I felt fly every minute of it.
FROM FLAT TO WAVY!✨ How To Curl Hair w/Flat Iron
I always get questions from my friends asking about how I curl my hair with a flat iron! I’ve been doing it for years now (ever since high school) and definitely prefer it to a curling wand/iron. I just love that with one hair tool, I can straighten, wave, and curl my hair! *BTW please ignore the weird faces I make while curling my hair!!! My go-to style with a flat iron is messy, wavy hair. To achieve this look, I do three types of curls: 1) A curl towards my face Clamp a section of hair and twist towards the face, holding firmly, and glide through the length slowly 2) A curl away from my face Clamp a section of hair and twist away from the face, holding firmly, and glide through the length slowly 3) A wave Clamp a section of hair and flip the iron upwards and downwards slowly as the iron glides down the length of hair I section off my hair into two sections (top section and bottoms section) to start. I just alternate each curl as I go around my head and the variety of curls offer a much more natural, messy wave to the hair. There are definitely times when I like my hair to look more polished, but for my casual hair look, the messier/natural it looks the better!
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