Hi guys! It’s only Monday, but I hope your Monday is going fantastically! Today I’m bringing you my Sunday hair, inspired by my most recent friend-in-my-head, Chloe C.
I discovered Chloe C’s videos on YouTube on Saturday. Her video was recommended to me, I watched it, and the rest is history…(well, two days of history, but you catch my drift.)
This particular style is inspired by her curly fro video, which I’ll post a link to later.
As you guys know, I’ve had a HUGE problem trying to do my curly fros. They usually come out like this:
Or like this:
which definitely aren’t the looks I’m going for. When I do my curly fros, I want BIG hair. I’m going for loose, free curls.
So from watching Chloe’s video, I’ve realized that my procedure is all wrong! I’ve been twisting really small sections, and THEN installing the flexi rods. No bueño. The key is to take medium sized sections of the hair and roll it free in the flexi rod.
Now, I did this style on freshly washed hair. After a good (homemade!) deep condition and about 40 minutes, I went ahead and moisturized. I then sealed with oil and got to rolling! I took medium sized sections while rolling, so I had 14 rods in total. This is what it looked like when I was finished.
I then washed my satin scarf ( you can’t put a dirty scarf on a clean hand–that’s ratchet!), put it on, and went to bed.
When I woke up in the morning, I greased my hands up with some olive oil and began taking it down.
(I forgot to take picture while I was separating and fluffing–my bad!)
After separating and fluffing, I had a pretty big curly fro! (I didn’t take pictures of that either. Again, my bad! I will next time!)
But then I decided that I didn’t want to do a curly fro for church. I didn’t want my hair all in my face, so I put it up. I left the front down for a little funk. 😉
Here’s what I ended up with:
Hope you guys like it! I did! 🙂
Do you guys like curly fros?
What’s your favorite go to style?
Until next time,