Short hair can be a little limiting when it comes to switching up your style. Especially when you’re on the last leg, wash day is nearing, but you’re trying to squeeze a couple more days out of that straight style. You get what I’m saying. Let me put you on to this look, called “The Slick Back”.
Ciara is such a babe. Sometimes, it really is all about the small details that can make you look so bomb. In this case, aside from her dope fit, did you peep that midi fishtail braid? So simple and effortless, which completely describes Ciara’s whole style right now.
I’d like to say my signature style would consist of a classic two strand twist out. It works every time, and I pretty much have the technique down to a science. But, occasionally I do get bored with this style and want to achieve a different type of curl. Enter stage left, the Bantu Knot Out, a style I’ve been eager to try for quite some time.
I haven’t done a hair product review in a while it seems. I don’t know about you, but I’m already in a battle with dry strands since it’s gotten colder outside. My focus this winter is on moisture. You can imagine the perfect timing when hair care line, Lottabody , sent me their new styling line with coconut and shea oils to give a whirl!
This past weekend I was invited to host a super cute mixer in Midtown held by Atlanta’s Loop Salon and Poor Little Rich Girl boutique. The event was the ultimate pop-up shop experience where women could come out and shop, get their hair done, and enjoy delicious mojito and rum punch cocktails over tunes by DJ Hourglass.
Hey loves! A lot of you have been asking for an updated twist out routine. I haven’t gotten around to making a video yet, but I wanted to post a pictorial of the steps to my twist out. I am constantly switching up my products, but these are the products that I’ve been currently using. I’ve found that a setting lotion/foam is what gives my curls great definition. Not to mention…