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Curl Junkie Makeover

Submitted on Thursday, January 7th, 2010 by NaturallyCurly

Jen's curly hair was made over using Curl Junkie products.

We washed her hair with our Gentle Cleansing Shampoo and conditioned with our new BeautiCurls Daily Conditioner. We applied some Curl Rehab to her hair and combed it through with a wide-toothed comb.

If you are rinsing your hair standing up in your shower, you can use a comb or just use your fingers to smooth through the Curl Rehab (Works best under this product for Normal-Coarse hair) or Beauticurls Leave-in (Works best under this product for Fine-Normal hair), making sure all parts of your hair are covered with a small amount of leave-in. Very Fine hair types can skip a leave-in and just use Curls In a Bottle! by itself without any leave-in. 

We then used our fingers to rake through Curls in a Bottle! We used about a Quarter-sized amount for each of the four sections of her hair (sides and back). Using a blow-dryer with a diffuser attachment, we took a small section of hair, scrunched it up (using the diffuser) to her head and held it there without moving for 2-3 minutes. Use the same action for each section of hair until you have partially dried the whole head.

We applied some Curl Rehab to her hair and combed it through with a wide-toothed comb. If you are rinsing your hair standing up in your shower, you can use a comb or just use your fingers to smooth through the Curl Rehab (Works best under this product for Normal-Coarse hair) or Beauticurls Leave-in (Works best under this product for Fine-Normal hair), making sure all parts of your hair are covered with a small amount of leave-in. Very fine hair types can skip a leave-in and just use Curls In a Bottle! by itself without any leave-in.

We then used our fingers to rake through Curls in a Bottle! We used about a Quarter-sized amount for each of the four sections of her hair (sides and back).

Using a blow-dryer with a diffuser attachment, we took a small section of hair, scrunched it up (using the diffuser) to her head and held it there without moving for 2-3 minutes. Use the same action for each section of hair until you have partially dried the whole head.

Dry to about 80% and then allow your hair to air dry until completely dry.


This photo is tagged in: Long hair styles, Female, Curly hair, Black hair
Photo is found in: Makeovers

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