As you know by now, I like my hair tutorials quick! Hope you enjoy this simple protective style!
Here’s what you need for this updo tutorial:
1. Stretched hair
2. Moisturizer for your edges and nape
3. Bobby pins
I love vintage. I really do. I came across this video of a woman having her hair hot combed back in the 1940s. It turned out absolutely beautiful! I think I may try this style with a braid out and bantu knot out.
I happened to be one of “those people” that get a little motivated when I can physically see progress.
I had the opportunity to speak with the lovely Janae Raquel. Check her out on her blog and see why she chose our Honey Butter. We sent her a Honey Butter sample and she did the most amazing twist out. Amazing.
Bare with me ya’ll! I’ve included 35, yes…35 pics in this tutorial (ok, maybe not 35 but close! lol) .
So, my new favorite style is the bun. I’ve worn it dressy, with jeans and even to lounge around in. Its a great way to protect your ends in the brittle cold temps and it also holds moisture wonderfully.
I was recently featured on bglh.com which is one of the, if not the leading online blog for natural hair care. Whoot whoot! *does the whop*
Here, I talk about my journey and natural hair regimen.
So…I had a photoshoot the other week with the MILK + HONEY models. We had lots of fun! I decided to somewhat straighten my hair for optimum length. Because of my curl pattern, My hair shrinks up to bob length.