My curly hair accessory MUST HAVES!
Hey y’all!! I’m so excited to tell you guys about these products. I cannot live without them (not lying) but all for different reasons. My hair type is thick, HEAVY, dry, and curly so I have to take really good care of it to avoid breakage and frizz.
Kitsch rhinestone bobby pins: /kit·sch/ - /kit`sch/ X Justine Marjan Rhinestone Bobby Pins
slip silk large scrunchies: slip - Large Silk Hair Ties
Kitsch Satin Scrunchie: /kit·sch/ - Blush Satin Scrunchies
Awake Vegan Silk Pillowcase: Awake - Sleep Is My Beauty Secret Vegan Pillowcase#CheriePartner
Oct. 4, 2020
Cutest accessories for short hair 💗
In case you haven’t noticed I chopedp my hair again 😛 I just love the look of short, short hair! I think it looks really chic and cool and I honestly don’t think I’ll ever grow my hair past my shoulders again, and I’m fine with that 😌 Finding cute, functional accessories that work for my short, wavy hair is sometimes hard but not impossible, take this beautiful MARGHERITA - Marie Pink Claw for example 😍 I found this little shop on Instagram and I’m in awe with the beauty and craftsmanship of this little acrylic claw clip. It works so well keeping hair out of my face but looks so cute at the same time! It’s inspired in Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette which happens to be one of my favorite movies and that just makes me love this clip even more. I really want to get more clips from her shop. I also love this #Girl with pearls - Beautiful Tango Hair Clip[products]#[FiveStars] it’s a handmade, beaded barrette made by my friend Celine. She makes the most beautiful pearl hair clips and accessories and was so kind to send me one of her designs. It’s literally like jewelry for your hair 🌶 She puts so much attention to detail and all her pieces are so well made. I have medium thick hair, but I have a lot of it and this clip still works well for me unlike some other that don’t stay put. The brown claw clip I actually got at the grocery store, I can’t recall a brand but I thought it was so cute and it’s made in France, I don’t know why but I thought that was cool and I like that is small so it actually holds my hair well. This is my small hair clip collection, let me know if you know of other small shops that sell cute clips! I’ve been eyeing some from Chunks shop, they have the cutest designs! #CheriePartner
Hair accessories to have on hand
I dont know about you but I always have a scrunchie or hair tie on my wrist, literally at all times, or even a hair clip clipped onto mu bag for easy access. Lately I’ve been getting more into the big fluffy scrunchies, especially the silk ones because they’re easier on the hair and make the hair damage/break less. slip - Large Silk Hair Ties This is also true for what I like to call the accordion hair ties, the put 0 strain on the hair and hold pretty well because of the coils. I was skeptical about these at first but it has nothing to do with how tight you need the tie- the coils intertwine together and hopd really well. invisibobble - Slim Crystal Clear These have been my go-to hair ties lately because they don’t hurt my head as much as the elastic one and come on, they’re so cute. Another thing I always keep around is a hair band to push my hair back when I’m masking/washing my face. I just hate getting product in my hair or water in my hair- It ruins so easily, and again, silk is always best 🙌🏼 I found this pink silk one at a drugstore as limited edition but you can also find these from Slip slip - Silk Knot Headband and slip - Silk Twist Headband I’ve tried them and they’re great. I have straight, thin, pretty flat hair and occasionally frizzy 🙃 so dont mind that in the pictures 😅 and I love all of these despite that. And actually I find the fluffy scrunchies make my hair look bigger, more voluminous because the scrunchie itself actually adds volume, being to big itself. I use these on a daily basis and I love that my head doesnt feel heavy with their use (if you’ve used hair ties for hours on end, you’ll know exactly what I mean) and my head doesnt hurt after having them in for so pong because I dont have to wear them so tight. #cheriepartner
Only 10 min and you'll have perfect curly hair!
My favorite style of long hair should be curly hair, but curls made at home is always not very long-lasting. Once the wind blows out of the house, the curls will disappear. When you curl your hair at home, the skill is very important, but the key is to make curls after modeling. First of all: choose a large diameter curling iron, and 38mm will be better. Second: girls with less hair can be divided into two layers to roll, so that the the amount of hair will be increased. Third: Turn outward. When loosening the curling iron, pay attention to stand up, and the bangs should be turned upward. Remember not to stay too long, so that the curled bangs will be more natural. Finally, for the curly hair, VS's air styling spray can help hairstyling more durable. It means that you need to spray evenly on the hair from the certain distance, and the shape of your hair can last for a long time. The VS air stereotyping spray is specially designed for girls. It doesn't feel stiff and will not cause white hair on the scalp. It has faint scent and very delicate. Your hair can be smoothed after waking up in the morning.
6 easy and fast hairstyles for naturally curly hair!
Curly hair has something magical about it! It’s unique, energetic and well yes, sometimes challenging to maintain or style. But it’s time to get creative and positive, because at Cherie we will show you how to create some amazing and easy hairstyles for curly hair. With just a little bit of preparations, a few bobby pins, elastic bands and hairspray you’ll be able to transform your head and add some spark to that curliness! Check out some of the best curly hair hairstyles for women, and follow our easy tutorials to get that perfect curly look!
Creating sleek and straight hair with the hair straightener
I find that one of the best ways to manage my wavy, thin, and dry hair is to straighten it before heading out of the door. Whilst it may look a little limp at times, I like how it allows me to look put together and sharper. When I was 17 years old, I also discovered this hair service call rebonding, and I have been sticking to stick-straight hair shape for the next decade. Rebonding is a semi-permanent chemical treatment that breaks down natural bonds in the hair and re-arranges them to form new bonds for straight hair. The effects last for a long time (at least 6 months) and it considerably tames down frizzy hair, ideal for those with frizzy and unmanageable hair to get a straight mane every single morning. However, in recent years, I have noticed that my hair is not as healthy as before – my natural hair is brittle at the ends and my scalp tends to flake and itch. I decided to give rebonding a break to focus on restoring my natural hair and scalp back to healthier conditions. On days when I crave sleek straight hair or when I need to look more presentable, I opt for the hair straightener. There are so many types in the market. Do your research according to which best suits your hair type and budget. The one that I have loved for a long time is the Lena LN-508 ion straighening iron. Reasonaly priced, the product has so many key features that I like -turbo ion technology to ensure that the hair is smooth, shiny and frizz-free, titanium tourmaline coating plates that reduce heat damage to hair, a one-touch control panel within easy reach for 5 different heat settings (140,160,180,200,220℃), a 360° swivel cable and a anti-scald design for ease of use, even for clumsy hands like mine. To use, first I wash and blow-dry my hair. Then I comb my hair and spray heat protectant while switching my flat iron on to 180 degrees which is suitable for most thickness of hair. I choose to divide my hair to 4 sections, left and right and then top and bottom. Place your flat iron 1–3 inches above your scalp and close the two heated sides together, with the hair between them. Straightening too close to your scalp may damage the roots or burn your scal and be sure not to clamp too firmly, as this will create a ridge at the top of your hair. Slowly run the iron down the length of your hair. Keep the same amount of pressure on the hair at all times.
Lazy girl must know! Get wavy hair in only 5 minutes!👏👏👏
Wanna nice wavy hair but unwilling to get up early to curl your hair with a curling iron, especially in weekdays? Here I want to share a simple and convenient DIY curling method. You definitely can save more time to sleep longer in the morning! This method only takes you 5 minutes before you go to bed, but brings you perfect naturally curly hair the next morning. In addition, you don’t need any curling iron! So you don’t need to worry about damaging your hair. What you should prepare are tissue and some small rubber bands. Follow the steps below, First, grab a small bunch of hair, basing on the hair volume and what kind of curling style you want, natural waves or crimps or even Afro. Second, tie a tissue to the bunch of hair, then curl your hair with the tissue, use the rubber band to tighten it. You can make freestyle waves. Just make use of your creativity! Third, repeat the above steps until all your hair is done. Then, it’s over. Is it very simple? Do this before sleep, take the tissue off the next morning. If you have enough time and want the curling hair to last for a longer time, you can use a hair dryer blowing at the wrapped hair for a while. Since the ordinary tissue may break easily, you can replace it with wet wipes or face towels. One more suggestion is that in order not to influence your sleep, you can make your hair balls on the top of your head, or divide it into left and right. This method can be an essential skill. You don’t need to carry curling iron any more when you go out or travel. The most surprising thing is that it curl your hair without damaging your hair. What a kind of convenient curling tip! Why not give it a try tonignt?! If you have any questions or suggestions, let me know!👇
How to get a Perfect Bun in under 5 min
You will need a comb, hairtie and hair spray (Use dry shampoo if your hair is oily, cause that what I do during workdays when i don’t have time to wash and style my hair) To start, normally i would smooth my hair out. If you have straight hair like me, I would recommend DO NOT USE A COMB unless you want a more polished sleek ballet dancer bun then that’s another case. If you have big hair or thick hair with big volume, you can use some water to smooth your hair off and go with a wide tooth comb. By using your hair to run through the hair, you get the a natural cozy bun. Moving on we gonna need a smoothing brush that you can get in any drugstore with fine bristles and working on both sides. You gonna comb your hair to the other side where you will be securing the hair and the backside of your hair up towards your hand. This process is to make sure that your hair is smooth back with no bumps. Finish up with a pony tail. Then twist the tail and wrap it around the base of the pony tail. You can start shaping your bun as you go during this process. Your hands should be holding the bun all the time to keep it in place. Last, secure the ends with another rubber band or bobby pin whichever you find easier. “TIP” if you don’t have long hair, don’t put if all the way through like a ponytail, instead, pulling the hair about half way through. Stop and twist the hair band and secure it. Use another hair band to secure the remaining hair along with the other half and secure it as a bun. tuck away any out of place strands back under the band, or use bobby pins (same to your hair color) to secure. “TIP” I like to pull some baby hair down around my face to make it more natural and “no so perfect” L'ORÉAL - Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold UV Hair Spray Finally finish it off with a hair spray. and Voila, here is your perfect bun.
L'ORÉAL-Elnett Satin Extra Strong Hold UV Hair Spray
Dealing with curly, thick, dry hair...
Hi friends! I have had thick, curly, dry hair for my whole life. Bleaching it definitely added to the dryness and frizziness! Because my hair is so dry, I NEVER use hot tools on it, nor do I ever blow dry. Air drying is key for this hair type—especially if you have a wall of dense, thick hair like me! When air drying, first I’ll let my hair chill after the shower for about an hour (towel drying is NOT a thing with thick hair lmaooo) so my roots are less damp but my ends are still soaked. Then, I’ll take a quarter sized amount of a curl styling cream (today I’m using the Briogeo - Curl Charisma Rice Amino + Avocado Leave–In Defining Cream — it is so good for my curls and inexpensive) and finger comb it through my hair. This prevents tangles and knots from forming. Then, to make sure the product is evenly dispersed i will wet my hands with water and finger comb back through. To keep my hair out of my face while it’s air drying, I’ll usually clip or pin it back with bobby pins. 24 hours later through the humidity my hair is less frizzy than it should be, but the leave in curl cream is still in there so you can refresh your curls by finger combing again with wet hands! This cream lets me have my hair styled like this for the whole week before I wash again! What’s your main tip for thick, frizzy, curly hair?
Briogeo-Curl Charisma Rice Amino + Avocado Leave–In Defining Cream
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