It’s summer! What does that mean for my super thick natural hair? It means that every style I wear has one goal in mind.
If you are a part of the type 4 hair family, then you know that it is an absolute necessity to keep natural hair stretched.
It’s taken me quite some time to figure out what method woks best for my hair after I wash it.
Have you ever used a Denman Brush? Have you even heard of one? Well, its a very common detangler in the natural hair community. It’s also known to help with curl pattern definition when used.
I’ve heard a lot of chatter about a dry blowout. I saw a picture on Instagram and had to give it a whirl. Honestly, I am not sure if I will do it again. I don’t like combing my 4 c hair dry.
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 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.