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Hey Curlies!!! I am so excited to share my interview with Dominique of All Things O’Natural. I have been enjoying their products for over a year and was so excited when I got the chance to interview them. If you recall, two of their products made my Top 10 Favorite Products list. I’ve been using their Natty Moist and Natty Butter faithfully for the last year. No matter what style I do, after I wash I use my Giovanni Direct Leave-in followed by an oil, my Natty Moist then a styler (if needed). What I love about All Things O’Natural’s products are that they are made in small batches using quality ingredients. Their customer service is impeccable and it definitely shows in their products as well. Check out the interview and be sure to visit them!
Now if you’ve been following me for a while you know I LOVE me some Coco Curls Styling Cream. This product always gives me the best finger coils, twists and twist outs. And the scent is awesome. It’s like a mix of vanilla, honey and pure heaven!
Well Ms. Jeannell Darden, the owner and creator of Coco Curls, is offering a great Black Friday Sale. Here is a sneak peek into the great deals you can catch while their sale runs from Friday November 23 12:01AM EST – Monday November 26 11:59PM EST.
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Good day to you all! I hope this post finds you all in a fabulous mood!
Once again in my quest to help Sybil (my hair) feel like a big girl I decided to do a twist out. Y’all would not believe the shrinkage that I have to endure. I did a wash and go the other day and a co-worker asked me if I got my hair cut. O_o
One of my favorite styles to do to help stretch my hair is a twist out. A twist out is a hairdo where you two strand twist the hair, then allow it to dry by either air drying it or sitting under a hair dryer. I always let mine air dry since my hair is still pretty short and it typically dries completely by the next morning. For the latest twist out I started with a day old WNG (wash-n-go). A WNG is when you simply wash or co-wash (washing only with conditioner) hair, add a styler gel or cream and roll out! Since the weather is getting cooler, a WNG isn’t the best style unless I want to end up with a head cold…LOL
I sprayed my hair to get it damp but not soaking wet then I parted my hair into several sections and worked a small amount (pea size) of Coco Curls Styling Cream onto each section that I was going to twist.
Then after what seemed like an eternity, I twisted my whole head! I’m pretty sure it took me a couple of hours, but without all of the interruptions (ie, kids) I would have been done in less than an hours.