Yep, there are blogs on here. It states awaiting for approval before being displayed publicly. I’m just using it as a place to hold ideas and not bombard this thread too much.LolI like your hair in all it’s variations and I definitely don’t think the top left looks like a wet dog- have you every styled it that way, but with a side part?
LHFC has blogs?
Thanks, but the side part creates the usual struggle. One side is up while the other side is down. Even though my density isn’t necessarily low, it sure does not look like I have much hair on my head when heavily gelled.
Basically, my goal is to get my hair to a state where I can bring out my curl pattern without the use of heavy gels. The curls are there before my detangling sessions. It’s only after the brushing do I have issues with getting the curls back. I’m typically using the heavy gels to regain my curls.
Lou said that I could text her if I needed to ask another question or so. I just realized I forgot one of the most important questions. How am I to physically apply the leave-in? This seems simple but it’s not.
Currently, I’m doing the smooth and rake method. This works great with heavy based products to bring out the curl pattern. With lightweight products, the raking action creates undefined frizz. To compensate, I’ve been loading on the products. This starts the cycle of white coated hair and product flaking.
I wonder if she is going to say to do smoothing alone like the prayer hand method. If so, this is really going to be a challenge. I’m so slow with this process.
Here is a picture of the curl gel when I experimented with doing the prayer hands method. I had to be more diligent, but my hair came out glossy and defined. I know already. The middle part isn’t it, but my hair naturally parts that way.