As a young girl I had mixed feelings about my hair but one thing was certain...I hated how my mother styled it! lol Being a natural problem solver, I took on the responsibility of my hair care at 9.
Fast forward many years and 2 kids (girls) later, I've found products and methods that have aided in both me and my daughters hair growth. Check out this video showcasing the below products and methods to achieve these looks HERE
Important things to note:
* Hair reduction
Important things to consider:
*Hair breakage due to brushing/combing straightening
*Hair damage by over blow drying
*Product usage damaging hair
Things to help:
*Saturate hair with generic conditioner and detangle
*Shampoo in sections
*Braid hair and let air dry
Some Great Products
*Dudley's The Shampoo, moisturizing shampoo and conditioner
*Dudley's creme press
*Dudley's setting lotion
*Redkin Anti snap
*Design Essentials natural care line
When straightening my hair and my girls I only pass once with the flat iron. This helped to avoid scorching of the hair and split ends. One slow controlled pass should get most hair types pretty straight.
Do you have any hair tricks or products you'd like to share? We'd love to hear them!