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Quarantine Hair Glow-Up 💫
In 2018 I decided to buzz my hair and get an undercut. I wanted to switch up my style a bit and try something new 🤩 2019 I decided I was over the undercut and wanted to start growing my hair back out; so I did! I grew out my buzzed hair for 5/6 months before I did a really big chop! 💇🏽‍♀️ Since September 2019 - March 2020 I was more focused on getting my hair to grow, but during the quarantine I focused more on definition and health. So here are some quick tips I have for those trying to grow their hair and/or get healthy locks 👩🏽‍🦱 1. Don’t wash your hair everyday! The frequency can be different for many people based in their own hair type. For me personally, I wash every for 4 days. 2. Use products add optimal hydration to your hair. Your hair NEEDS hydration - don’t give it too much or too little. 3. Wrap your hair or use a bonnet to minimize the friction between your hair your pillowcase; this can cause the hair to break and damage it further. My current favorites: INNERSENSE - Hydrating Cream Hairbath john masters organics - Conditioner for Dry Hair With Lavender & Avocado TRADER JOE'S - Tea Tree Tingle Conditioner evolve - Satin Wide Edge Bonnet #CheriePartner
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moonchild.beauty
Dealing with thick (but fine) hair! 👩🏽‍🦱
So I don’t have thick or thin hair; my hair falls somewhere in the middle of both textures. Let me explain this a bit deeper… ☝🏽 Technically speaking, my hair is “thick” because I naturally have a lot of hair. However, my hair strands are fine making my hair feel “thinner” than it actually is. So I have thin/thick texture lol And this isn’t necessarily uncommon. 😁😁 So how do deal with with this? Well for starters, I use products in my hair that are moisturizing but have a lighter consistency. Products formulated with high concentrations of heavy ingredients (shea butter, castor oil, coconut oil, etc..) tend to weigh my hair down and I can’t achieve the bouncy/fluffy curly look that shapes my face well. 💇🏽‍♀️ 💛 fav products for this: - john masters organics - Conditioner for Dry Hair With Lavender & Avocado - SheaMoisture - Sacha Inchi Oil Omega-3-6-9 Rescue & Repair Curl Defining Smoothie Both are extremely hydrating but aren’t heavy and don’t weigh my curls down! 🥳 ✨ Shampoos are usually okay because they get washed out, so I will sometimes opt in for a creamier shampoo to make sure my hair is still getting proper hydration. Now for styling tools - I bounce between using a Wet brush - Original Detangler and Wide Tooth Comb. My favorite as of recently is my wide tooth comb; I just keep coming back to it. I currently use the CONAIR - Detangle & Smooth Shower Comb to detangle my hair in the shower and to distribute product through out my strands. This process ensures ALL of my hair is being hydrated and covered. When my hair is dry, I use a hair pick such the CONAIR - Grooming Large Hair Pick Color Dip to give my hair more volume. I will usually do this on 1st day hair after it has completely dried. My 2nd day hair is always voluminous and little-no volumizing is required to achieve fluffier hair. These processes is what helps me with my hair type! Would love to know what you do if you have similar hair texture. Drop your comments below :)
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moonchild.beauty
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Air Drying Curly Hair 🌬👩🏽‍🦱
I have always been an advocate for air drying my curly hair 👩🏽‍🦱 It hasn’t been until recently that I started trying to diffuse. While I do love the immediate volume I get form diffusing, I don’t always have the time to do it and find air drying to be more convenient. ✨Here’s how I do it: [also, I have a full tutorial on what products I use for my wash & go’s in a previous post] 💛 1. After thoroughly washing and conditioning my hair, I add in my styling products that create definition. My current go-to is the PACIfICA - Pineapple Swirl Curl Defining Cream 2. Next, I rake my fingers through to spectate curls, and I make sure my hair is pretty wet while doing this. 3. Once I’m out of the shower, I wrap my hair in a hair turban (or cotton t-shirt) to soak up an excess water and product. I leave this on for about 30+ mins or however long it takes me to finish getting ready. This allows my roots to a get a bit more volume. 4. A new addition that I introduced to my routine is the john masters organics - Deep Scalp Follicle Treatment & Volumizer For Thinning Hair When I take off the towel turban, I immediately spray this on to my scalp - this not only gives my hair volume but it also stimulates hair growth! 5. Once my hair is 100% dry, I bend my head down & use my fingers to fluff out my curls. I typically put a hair tie on for another 30mins, and once I take it down, I’m left with voluminous hair all day! I have been using these techniques for years and they help me get the volume I’m looking for, especially on day 1 hair 👏🏽 *This hair turban I purchased at Marshall’s about 3 years ago, but you can find something similar at your local Target 🎯 or ULTA 🧡. Here are a couple options: • #Room Essentials - 2pk Bath Hair Wrap[products]# • DevaCurl - Devatwist Anti-Frizz Microfiber Towel Wrap #CheriePartner
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moonchild.beauty