My Big Curly Hair Routine

Bwatuwant writes:

Welcome to my first YouTube video ever! This is how I achieve my signature curly fro.

Products used:

- DevaCurl towel
- SheaMoisture’s Jamaican Black Castor Oil reparative leave-in conditioner
- TRESemme Naturals Nourishing Moisture Conditioner, Aloe Vera and Avocado
- Jane Carter Solution Incredible Curls
- DevaCurl B'Leave-In Curl Boost and Volumizer
- Design Essentials Natural HONEY CurlForming Custard with Honey & Chamomile
- Conair dryer - I have no idea what model it is lol.
- Nubian Heritage
Indian Hemp & Tamanu Grow & Strengthen Serum
- HAIRPICK- I got mine from CVS



Pic #1. Install Curlformers

Pic #2. I knew I was going to run out of curlformers so I did the middle last and used the perm rods there.

Pic #3. Curlers taken out and curls seperated.

Pic #4. Curlers out - curls not seperated

Pic #5. Pinned my hair back because the front, in my opinion, is too short to leave out. 

Pic #6. Final look; satisfied with results. I’ll try curlformers again to get better results. 

Re-blog if you want more details on what products I used, how I did this, tutorial type of info.

Follow me, NaturallyBlessedHair, for more natural hair pics and style ideas for short hair; and long hair too I guess ;)

Maybe she will see this.

On your curlformer video I left a response and I just need you to see this, somewhere. I’ll repost my comment on here but everyone is telling you to do the InStyler and as a licensed professional do not waste $100 on it. All it is is a flat iron with a brush and mostly useless for someone like you. The people who get the most use out of it are people with extremely kinky curly hair who wants it to be straight. And I know it’s your money and you can do whatever you want with it. Just try to stay away from it. A lot of people do use it to curl their hair but again all  it really is is just a rotating barrel with a brush. It doesn’t speed up the curling time or make the curls anymore better. Just stick with curling irons or rollers.

Now onto the curlformer. You’re trying to put too much hair in at one time! Also start at the bottom of your hair at your nape and clip up the rest and work in layers all the way to the top. Also you should invest in a rolling hood dryer at one point. They’re about $88 but for rollers and things like this it’s worth the investment. Even if you want straight hair all you have to do is just sit under the dryer and clip your bangs into place. And it just adds to being lazy :3

Oh and you should try these for your hair instead :D


#NaturalHair Tutorial . See the full video at or google “StrawberriCurls Curlformers” #Strawberricurls

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