01-24-2010, 03:54 AM
Join Date: Jan 2010
How do you prevent your curls from getting in your face?
I'm fairly new to the CO method and recently discovered plopping (which I totally dig). My problem is that I have this cowlick/superman curl that is right in the middle of my forehead. Inevitably, no matter which side I part on, that rouge curl wants to bounce forward and land in the middle of my forehead. Not attractive at all.
In the past, I've been an air dry girl, and to combat the problem, I've used a bobby pin, or clip to help that curl dry in a more suitable direction. The trouble with that is that I'll end up with a totally funky curl. All the other curls/waves know where they belong, but not this one.
How do I get that baby to stay back, but not look like I forced it there? Any advice will be helpful. I'm just hoping that I've explained myself so you know what I'm talking about.
If I need to take a picture to illustrate, I will do so only grudgingly.
Mostly sure I'm a 2b/Mii
Just starting out (and brining the entire family along for the ride):
CO-wash...V05 Moisture Milks Passion Fruit Smoothie
Rinse-out Conditioner...Garnier Fructis Fortifying Cream Conditioner Moisture Works for Dry or Damaged Hair
Leave-in Conditioner...Garnier Fructis Leave-In Conditioning Cream Sleek and Shine
Gel...Herbal Essences Totally Twisted Curl Scrunching Gel
Wish me luck!