Q:I've been searching for a new gel! Cause this frizz isn't working. Any recommendations in general on controlling frizz curly girls?? My hair is 3c/4a
I would suggest the Aloe Whipped Hair Gel by Camille Rose Naturals. It’s awesome cause it gives you great hold without sacrificing moisture. Your hair may be frizzy because you’re more than likely using gels that are drying your hair out (loaded with unhealthy alcohols and synthetics). Her gel has great organic ingredients that will also contribute towards healthy hair growth in the long run!
Hope that helps <3
P.S. If you’re the DIY type, try making your own all-natural hair gel! I have a tutorial here.
My new go to protective style! I am absolutely in love with these. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a protective style for the winter. My hair is very fine and they don’t feel too heavy. This style is for any hair type. Plus they are super cute! #locextensions #protectivestyle
Thank you Fran for the deep conditioning tips! It really helped my hair before my installation. :)
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Everyone with natural hair knows that top pic very well. The ashy bun struggle. My new video shows you how I went from that to the picture below in a matter of minutes. And using only a quarter-sized amount of product. So now we’ve discussed a healthy way to cleanse your hair & scalp, my 4-step moisture retention routine and now how to maintain the fresh haired look throughout the week! Let me know how it all works out for you. That bottom pic is 7th day hair for me, by the way! So this method can stretch your wash & go for awhile! Did you watch yet? Watch the new video here.
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These pics are from a few years back when I cut my hair at the Devachan salon. The pic on the left is of my fresh cut with my own regimen (they cut your hair dry). The pic on the right is when they washed my personal regimen out and applied their own. Same hair cut. Both fully dried. Two completely different looks.
This is why understanding your hair and which products to use makes a BIG difference. Some products will tame your hair, some products will let your hair “be”. We all have different style preferences (I prefer big hair). But I want you to see the difference beauty regimens can make.