Hi MakeupLovers! Today's post is all about hair. The other day I posted about my summer favorites and mentioned my Shea butter/Shealoe mix (click here to read the post and to see what I used in the mixture).
A few weeks ago I used the mixture to achieve a twist out style. Basically I co-washed and conditioned my hair, used a leave in conditioner and applied my Shea butter mixture to wet hair.
I parted my hair from ear to ear then flat twisted my hair in 2 layers and secured the ends with perm rods. I had a total of about 10 twists. After I allowed my hair to fully dry I released the twists in the morning and here are the results.
The pics were taken at the end of the day, hence the "friendly frizz". Click to enlarge.
rough edges! lol!
2nd and 3rd day hair
4th day hair; pics taken in the morning on the way to work
I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of hold I got my just using this mixture and my hair was super moisturized.
At night I preserved the style by pineappling my hair (gathering and securing my hair on top of my head in a loose, high ponytail using a scrunchy), taking it down in the morning and refreshing with Carols Daughter Black Vanilla Leave in Conditioner, maybe a little oil, and my fluffing with my fingers. (The 4th day hair has been given new life with a little more shea butter mix and oil).
If you guys have any questions about co-washing, twisting, etc. let me know. I'll be happy to clarify.
**I believe I got that headband at Target.