Monday, September 29, 2008

My Spiral Set

Since my hair is shoulder length I like to use the yellow magnetic rollers and the all purpose metal clips. Depending on where I'm at in my regimen I might shampoo and deep condition or just do a co-wash (deep condition).

Tools You'll Need:

rattail comb
glycerin/water mix
magnetic rollers
salon all purpose clips
coconut oil
nairobi foam
bobby pins
CD's mimosa hair honey

1. Part hair into 4 sections and secure with non-metal hair band.

2. Spray my vegetable glycerin and water mix onto each section of hair, seal with coconut oil, then I use my Nairobi Wrapp it Shine Conditioning Foam, about 1 pump should do it.

3. I take my rattail comb; part across then I take about 1 inch section of hair, next I take the roller and wrap the end of the hair around the bottom of the roller and roll the hair all the way around in a twist-like motion; then clip at the roots( top part of roller).

4. I do this for each section, if you find that your hair dries to fast after applying the nairobi foam and glycerin mix, spray a little more moisture to it, do not add any more foam this will dry your hair and make your hair hard.

5. Sit under a hooded dryer until hair dries.

6. To style I separate the curls into two using a little Carol's Daughter mimosa hair honey or sometimes I'll just use coconut oil. Then I'll part 1 1/2 inch from the top of my left ear to the top of my right ear. Next I put some more hair honey on my edes and pin the remaining hair at the top of my head, creating a faux hump.

This style usually lasts about 4 to 5 days. Then I'll shampoo and deep condition and most likely do a braid out or bun to give my hair a rest from all that maniputlation.

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