After a 2 hour stint with a big basket of magnetic hair rollers, some Shea Moisture Style Milk, and my beloved Jane Carter Nourish & Shine, I was left with this question: "Do I know what to do with all of these products I have in my closet"? I've got it all.....you name it, I've got it. I decided not to buy any styling products until I use up most of what I have. The stash is not looking any smaller after repeated use.
To be honest, I really only use my Aloe Vera Gel & Castor oil mixture for most of my styling. It gives me shine and define and softness too. But before I found out that my life could be that simple (and I could have more closet space), I had to spend some money. I'm done with all of that now.
So about this roller set.... it came out cute:
I mean, it started to revert before I even got to my destination. I didn't even know there was humidity levels like this in the Fall Season. Oh well, gotta revamp, because this style was supposed to last me for a few days! It was definitely going to be my hairstyle for a night out with my friend. Look what happened later that night....
Okay, this was after I went running in the park, but I didn't even sweat!!! It was like 60 something degrees out, and I thought I would be fine! Boy was I wrong. So later that night, I spent 40 minutes putting my hair in two strand twists that I would wear the next day....
|Two Strand Twists Put into Up do Secured with Banana Clip|
So now I've got my protective styling for the day. It looks like it will keep moisture and secure my ends. Then later that evening, I will pull it down for a twist out. This is my special plan to overcome the fact that my roller set bailed out on me.
I think I went wrong when I didn't put a setting lotion of some sort on. I don't have one in my stash (can you believe that)??
I have 3 products on my twists now. I have the aloe Vera gel and Castor oil mix as well as the Nourish & Shine and the Shea moisture style milk.
Well, I will update in a new post once I pull down my failed roller set (2 strand twists to the rescue) tonight.