Natural Hair || How I Trim My Hair In 20 Minutes
"Today I will be showing you how I trim my curly hair. This technique is similar to my last trimming video. The only difference is that I twist my hair before I trim it so that I can have more control over the area that I trim.
There are so many ways to trim your natural curly hair. You can flat iron, trim it while it is twisted, or blow it out. I prefer this method since it is following the curly girl method and I lose less hair.
I like to trim my hair every 6-8 months. My very first trim was 18 months post bc.
I suggest purchasing scissors that are used for hair only. I purchased my scissors from Wal-Mart in the hair care section.
I ALWAYS trim my hair dry. Doing this will ensure that I do not cut too much off. If you’re uncomfortable trimming your hair yourself I suggest contacting a professional to trim your hair for you :)”
Via Mahogany Curls
Caruso Steam Rollers
"Steam rollers are advertised as a more gentle alternative to hot rollers! Here’s a quick demo of the Caruso Steam Rollers on my natural hair and my initial thoughts! Enjoy the vid! And I hope it helps!"
DIY Dry Hair Recovery Masque
"This Hair Masque helps every type of hair not just curly or damaged hair. Try it for yourself and see how amazing your hair will feel and look."
Bantu Knot Outs…Dry Or Wet?
The Q&A Show Starring Hallease and Evelyn is an original series produced for 4cHairChicks.
3 Ways To Safely Finger-Detangle & Remove Knots
"Instead of using combs and brushes to detangle curly natural hair, opt for finger detangling! It’s much more gentle, decreases the chance of unnecessary breakage, and is surprisingly, very easy! I’m going to show you the 3 ways that I gently finger detangle my curly natural hair, for different reasons and applications! I hope it helps!"
Q:How do you moisturize dry 4b/c hair?
P.S. And my 4-step moisturizing hair regimen video is pretty effective for all hair types too! You can watch that here.