I've been trying to figure out how I can get my twistouts to hang longer. I think I finally landed on a method that works pretty good. Check out my tutorial on how I do it below!
This method does flatten the twistout a bit, but the stretch is amazing. If you do it on wet hair it lasts at least a week. On dry hair, it will last maybe a few days.
Tips to remember:
Dont pull too tight (avoid headache)
Make sure to pin the ends (to keep from having wild-looking ends ;)
Take down when completely dry
Try it out and tell me how you like it!
December 20, 2012
December 5, 2012
First thing I noticed when opening the jar was the smell. In a word, I'd say strawberries. Like a fake strawberry smell or artificial candy scent. Personally, I thought it was pleasant but not overwhelming.
The texture reminds me of yoplait yogurt. I know that sounds weird, but it looks and feels like some sort of yogurt. And coupled with the smell I had to make sure what I was putting in my hair was actually product and not a tasty treat ;). Smooth to the touch, this product glided on and I basically raked it in my wet hair in little sections.
All in all, I found that while this product may be good for some curlies, it didn't do the trick for me (not enough hold). I used it alone on my naked hair, but it may work better mixed with something else. I'd like to try it again, but unfortunately my hair used up most of the jar.
Have any of you curlies tried this product yet? How do you like it?