Salon: All About You Hair Designs
Stylist: Jackie Evans
Make Up: Ms. Jackee
We are often never happy with our natural hair. Those with straight hair wish it was curly and we know that many people with natural hair want their hair to be relaxed and straight. For those natural beauties who want to accept their hair and make the best of their natural textured afro, it is still imperative to maintain regular schedule with your afro hairstylist to check on the health of the hair and scalp. There are many advantages of natural afro hair.
What You Will Need: Shampoo, Conditioner, Oil, Wide Tooth Comb, Diffuser (optional)Afro pick (optional)
Shampoo your hair.
Apply a liberal measure of conditioner to your hair. Conditioner relaxes the hair so it makes it much simpler to go over a detangle.
Allow your hair to air dry. You might likewise think about using a diffuser.
Depending on the texture of your hair, add thick oil to your hair in the wake of including the conditioner. Partition you hair into little areas. Wind every segment into a two-strand turn. Ensure the braids are moderately tight with the goal that they do not effortlessly disentangle amid the drying process. Do this until the majority of your hair is very twisted.
Allow your hair to air dry until it is very dry. Make volume by pulling your turns separated. Ensure that each area of your head is uniformly covered. In any case, you ought to recall that the more you pull each twist apart, the less defined it might get to be.
Caring for and styling a textured afro hairstyle
Caring for natural textured afro hairstyle requires the right product for your type of hair’s condition and your scalp health. At Phoenix area hair salons, we stock an extensive range of afro hair products. Amid your hairdressing appointment, your hair stylist will recommend you on different styling methods and recommend the perfect products for you to take home and retain the condition of your hair in between salon visits.
Why think of complicated hairstyles if you can get a cool low-maintenance haircut that will be an optimal self-styling option?