My First BraidOut

Friday, June 12, 2009

ETA (June 14th 2009): I was in a huge rush prior to taking these photos so I wasn't able to add the steps I took to achieve this look. It's very simple. Here's what I did:

Shampoo'd with Creme of Nature (red label)
Lightly Conditioned in the shower with Silk Elements Cholesterol (3mins with plastic cap)
Rinsed
T-shirt dried (5mins)
Sectioned off my hair in 6 parts
Moisturized with Wave Nouveau Moisturizing Lotion (small dime size amount)
Detangled with a wide tooth comb from the ends up
Sealed with Curls Whipped Creme (just a dab)
Applied a little amount of Hollywood Beauty Castor Oil to my ends

After braiding each braid, I rolled up the ends as if I were to pin curl my hair, I stopped rolling the ends after 2 rolls then I clipped the ends with small barrettes (didn't feel like using rollers..lol)

I tied my hair with a satin scarf, then went to bed. All I did was unravel the braids in the AM and added my accessories (silver flower clips)

That's It~






Sunshyne

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20 comments

  1. Wow! It's so full and beautiful. Came out great, especially since it's your first time.

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  2. Your hair is beautiful and healthy. Looks great!!!

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  3. What products did you use to achieve that look? What were your procedures?

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  4. It came out beautiful!! Greta job!

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  5. It looks great! Twistouts work out better on my hair but I am so stealing the cute barrette idea!

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  7. That is such a great look on you!! What products did you use and how many braids did you put into your hair?

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  8. How cute is that!!! Wow, your hair looks so natural! What product(s) did you use and how long did it last?

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  9. It looks great, especially for your first time. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Thank you so much for the compliments! I'm deeply sorry for not posting up the procedures I took to achieve this look. My friend was RUSHING me out the house since we were running late. I will edit this post to add the simply steps I took to get this look =]

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  13. I see that you adopted my method of doing the braidout! It came out fantastic sunshyne! Proud of u and your results... make sure to re-braid at nite so that they look fresh every morning!

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  14. Wow! Beautiful! I have to try this out.

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  15. @ PocaD - Thanks hun! I will remember to rebraid it at night next time.

    @ Anonymous - Thanks!!

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