Though the winter holidays season may have ended, we’re still eagerly holding on to our love of glitter.
For quite a long time this has been one of our most frequently requested tutorials and it’s finally here! Though I personally wash my curly hair maybe once or twice a week, depending on the exact situation at hand. Like whether I’m shooting for the blog or where I’m going. It all depends on the hairstyles I want to wear on any given day. I have been known to sometimes delay it for longer than a week and that’s where braids come in.
Quite often our subscribers and salon’s visitors ask me about the technique my colorist (Mary Phillips) uses to highlight my hair. Instead of foils, she employs few large panels of hair taken and painted with a free hand, which might look quite scary if you’ve never had it done. Please enjoy the…
Today’s video tutorial will be about getting Smokey Green hair with some funky fresh Neon Green ends! I am sure, that anyone would be blown out when you see how our salon’s two best stylists create this color! Rickey was kind enough to open up his salon to us, so that’s why the scenery is a bit different.
Afterward, I give my hair a light scratch just to release some of the water and help the curl cream really sink into my hair. My hair is dripping wet at this point. I put my hair to the side so that I can let the curls hang and give them a good crunch right up to the root and squeeze out some excess water. At this point, I’ll also get an old t-shirt just to give a really light squeeze and scrunch my curls to remove the excess water. My curls still quite wet at this point.
If you try and do it before you will just create more frizzes. Your hair may sound a little bit crispy because of the gel and there are usually two ways to solve that crispy issue and release the defined curls underneath. The first solution is to use an old t-shirt and do the same scrunching motion. This breaks the physical hold of the gel around your hair and makes your curls softer.
We finally produced a video guide on how to do the right styling for your curly hair! For quite a long time this has been one of our most frequently requested tutorials and it’s finally here! Though I personally wash my curly hair maybe once or twice a week, […]