Before Creating Finger Coils
- Create them in the morning to prevent matting and flattening the coils overnight while they are wet or damp.
- Make sure your hair is completely saturated with water while installing. This will prevent frizz.
- A simple spritz of water will revive them in the morning. Fluffing is not necessary.
- It is essential to unravel them with your fingers from ends to roots on wash day. Saturating your hair with water and immediately detangling can cause severe matting and knots.
What You Need
- Carol's Daughter Lisa's Hair Elixir Fortifying Scalp Spray
- Carol's Daughter Lisa’s Hair Elixir Restoring Oil
- Phillip Kingsley Elasticizer
- Carol's Daughter Monoi Shampoo and Conditioner
- Camille Rose Naturals Coconut Water Leave-in
- Camille Rose Naturals Curl Maker
- Carol’s Daughter Mimosa Hair Honey
- Spray bottle with water
- Vibrating shampoo brush
- Plastic processing cap
- Wide tooth comb
- Rat tail comb
- Apply the Carol’s Daughter Lisa’s Hair Elixir Fortifying Scalp Spray directly to the scalp and exfoliate your scalp with the vibrating shampoo brush.
- Saturate the hair with the Phillip Kingsley Elasticizer, detangle, cover with the plastic processing cap, and allow it to set for 20 min. to restore elasticity for soft, springy hair.
- Shampoo and condition with the Carol's Daughter Monoi Shampoo and Carol's Daughter Monoi Conditioner.
- Rinse and apply the Camille Rose Naturals Coconut Water Leave-in for moisture, Camille Rose Naturals Curl Maker for hold, and the Carol’s Daughter Mimosa Hair Honey for shine.
- Create small sections and smooth with the small tooth comb.
- Pinch the root of the section with one hand and wind the hair from roots to ends with the fingers of your other hand. Make sure the coils are smooth all the way down the length of the coil.
Make sure each section is saturated with water to prevent frizz. This style should last for a week and you can wear a coil out the following week.
How do you achieve your flawless finger coils?
NaturallyCurly member nknaturals (pictured above) shared her style on our photos section, StyleNook, and you can upload your photos too and the products you used to get them here!