So the experimenting with hair products has officially begun. I played around with products when I first shaved my hair and didn't have much hair to work with. Now after almost 3 months since my last cut I've gotten an idea of what my hair texture is like: my curls are very coily with kinks and super straight pieces through out. My hair is so coily, it looks as if my hair isn't growing much. It's a little frustrating.
My hair texture is a very frizzy one. Even though I wash my hair with conditioner every day and use oil to moisturize my hair, the kinky and straight bits have absolutely no idea what to do with themselves. I was growing tired of my hair looking unkempt because I take so much care of my hair. I got online and began looking for what to do with my annoying hair texture.
I found my "hair twin" on YouTube whose videos follow her from her cutting all of her hair off to one year of hair growth. Her hair is exactly like mine! She posted a video with a technique to give your hair some texture and she used an amazing product!
It's great. It's organic. It has everything that you could possibly want in a hair product. It smells great and produces even better results. It has a very cool whipped texture. It's not harsh or watery like a gel. It goes on smooth when applied to your hair. It's great.
The following is the technique I used to give my hair some shape. Little did I know that it would tame my frizz!
If you can't tell, it made my teeny-tiny little coils a little more defined while blending the super straight bits of my hair with the curly ones. I love it. Afterwards my hair feels clean and moisturized. The smoothie adds tons of moisture.
If your hair texture is similar to mine and you're looking for a product give your hair some life, try Shea Moisture. I bought mine at Target for $9.99. I was a little worried that it wouldn't do anything for me, but I'm glad I tried it.