Thursday, January 31, 2013

Favorite products for a Wash N Go !

Achieving a perfect wash n go can sometimes be difficult but finding products that define each and every curl without frizzing up or leaving that eeky white residue is key!

Here are some of my favorite products:
After I've washed my hair and it's wash n go ready, I apply
Shea Moisture's Curl Enhancing Smoothie ( CVS/Target/Walgreens $10) to 
each section section and finger comb it through.


After I finger comb through with the curl enhancing smoothie, I apply a small 
amount of Eco Styler Olive Oil Styling Gel(Sallys Beauty Supply $3)
from root to end.

Let the MAGIC begin! After applying the Eco Styler gel, I brush the section 
with my Denman Brush (Sallys Beauty Supply $10) this thing works wonders! 
It defines each and every curl I have! They coil up and make 
very tight, defined, shiny curls! :)
The end result! LOVE!!!! 



5 comments:

  1. Hello, my natural hair has a lot less curl compared to yours. Do you think I will be able to achieve the first style above?

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  2. Hi!! I too am natural. Anyone can wear a wash n go but results will vary depending on your hair type, texture, density, etc. You should try it and see if you like it! Hope this helps :)

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  3. I love the way your wash and go came out you have simply gorgeous natural hair. O just began my journey like a few days ago. I am eight weeks post relaxed and I am so glad I finally made the decision to transition!

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    1. Thank you so much! Yayyy welcome to team natural! Let me know if there's anything you want me to cover that can help you with your transition!

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  4. Hey paris I have a question , im currently transitioning and the biggest problem I have is that I also work out a lot so my hair usually looks like a scare crow after Im done working out, are there any products or tricks you have for maintaining styles or maybe even some styles I should try that are workout proof?

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