the best curl-defining tips

Feb 15, 2018 Category_Hair How To 0 comments

CB-DEFINING Are you getting the most out of your Creme of Nature Curl Repair Leave-in? Here are our BEST tips and tricks to getting incredible twisting and fingerstyle definition. PREP You’ll get greater definition by brushing through the product in sections while your hair is sopping wet. Follow up by fingerstyling that section. NEVER just brush and blow dry. You’ll have a ‘fro. Brushing can occasionally help you achieve a smoother pattern just before fingerstyling. It’s a good pre-smoothing technique for the hair when just fingerstyling doesn’t do the job. BRAID YOUR ROOTS For ever-puffy roots, braid an inch down from the root and continue twisting. This will control your twists and still give you an amazing texture. COIL SECTIONS A super simple way to get incredible definition out of your two strand twist is to coil each of the two pieces of your twist and then proceed with twisting. This method not only cuts down on frizz but it also extends the life of your twist. ADD EDGE CONTROL Add just a little Edge Control paste to your twist concoction. Seems weird at first, but it helps smooth your curls and bend perfectly to the shape of the twist. Again, use just a LITTLE. More tips to using your Creme of Nature Curl Repair Leave-in: 1. BE GENEROUS: You can use a whole mess (yes, a whole mess) of Creme of Nature Curl Repair Leave-in without much fear of flaking. It’s incredibly moisturizing and can handle being globed onto long, thick tresses. 2. WORKS PERFECT ON WET HAIR: Go directly from sopping wet hair to the cream. We recommend vigorously finger-raking the product through your curls until you see your definition. 3. COMBINE WITH OTHER PRODUCTS: The cream works well in a product cocktail, however, we recommended using it first and then applying your Creme of Nature Hydrating Curling Cream. How are you loving your Creme of Nature Curl Repair Leave-in?

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