I decided to blow-dry my hair this weekend for the first time in a while so that i can trim my hair. One of the issues I alway have with my blow-outs is what to do now that my hair is straight. I try to avoid buns but they usually end up happening which takes the fun out of even taking the time to blow out my hair.
I wanted to make sure that my hair wasn’t a mess at the Shea Radiance Target launch party (and I’m glad I did something because there were plenty of cameras around!) so I decided on a braid-out. Now I must say that I don’t actually like braid-outs on my hair and that is why you’ll rarely hear me talk about them. However, if I do cornrows instead of individual plaits, I LOVE how my hair comes out.
Here’s what I used:
I kept the process really simple.
ONE. I sprayed my ends with the Moisturizing Hair Milk and combed them out a little.
TWO. I applied 2 or 3 pumps of the Maximum Curl Defining Cream.
THREE. I added a fingertips worth of the Moisture Rich Hair Butter to seal in everything. (Plus, I saw rain in Sunday’s forecast and knew the butter would be key in holding my style in place.)
FOUR. I cornrowed each section. (I only did four big cornrows since my hair was blow-dried straight.)
FIVE. When I took down the cornrows the next day, I added a little more of the Hair Butter to my fingertips to minimize any frizzing.
Annnnnnnnnnd this is what I got!
And this is me on the way home from the party, happy that my hair lasted through the humidity:
- KinkyFinds: Shea Radiance Moisture Rich Hair Butter
- Check out my feature as a Shea Radiance for Target Tastemaker!
- Shea Radiance hosts a party to celebrate their Target launch!
- CurlJournal ::: “I wanna wear my hair down like a grown-up…”
- CurlJournal: My Bantu Knot-out with Shea Moisture Curl & Style Milk
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