Finger Coils

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I’ve had many failed attempts at finger coiling my hair, for what reason? I don’t know. But I must say I’ve done 90% of my hair in finger coils and they came out perfectly. The front of my hair just doesn’t seem to keep the coils and I will not fight it anymore but keep what it gives me.

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5 Days of Twist N’ Curl

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I can’t believe we’re in May already, it seems as though my life is moving fast without even thinking. Well, my twist n’ curl lasted me for five days (the 5th day was May 1, 2016.), therefore, I took pictures to demonstrate my curls each day. If you’re just learning of my twist n’ curl you can find the style tutorial here.

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Twist N’ Curl

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Back with another styling tutorial. I think I’ve fallen in love with a twist n’curl, and this a bond that will never break. *hehe* 🙂 One of my goals for this year was to try other styles on my hair, therefore I opted for the twist n’ curl.

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It can be done in so many ways – twist your hair then add a perm rod to the ends or roll all the hair onto the perm rod. Which do you think is my preferred method? Let’s get into it.

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Bantu-Knot Out

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I have always been wearing bantu-knots. In Jamaica, we call them chiney bumps. I wasn’t aware that this was a style until I began my research on the natural hair. Since then it has been one of my go-to hairstyles when I’m not in the lazy mood. Even though this style gives me major shrinkage, I embrace the shrinkage nonetheless. Below I will demonstrate how I do this.

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