Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Curls, Curls, Curls

Hey Guys 
How are we? 

As I am easing my way back into blogging I thought I would start with my curly hair routine. 

I have naturally very curly hair however in 2001 I found GHDs and wore my hair straight 99.9% of the time. Don't get me wrong I've always loved my curls it's just firstly straight hair was easier to manage and secondly I had quite a heavy fringe for a few years which had to be straight, otherwise I would look like I have a birds nest on my forehead.  

Anyway since I got pregnant and even after I had Mr Squidgy Pants I found my hair isn't staying straight as well as it used to. I think the curls have had enough and are fighting back. So for now I am embracing them and here's how: 

Tools - Body shop Rainforest Moisture Shampoo & Conditioner, Boots Extra firm hold mousse, old t Shirt, Bounce Curl, a hairdryer with diffuser and a wide tooth comb. 

1. I wash my hair with the shampoo and use my fingers to detangled it before rinsing. 
2. I add conditioner and leave it in for 2/3mins. Then I use the wide tooth comb to remove any final tangles. I then rinse it but I don't completely rinse out all the conditioner. 
3. I then squeeze any excess water out and add the mousse. At this point my hair is sopping wet. 
4. I wrap it in the t Shirt and leave it for about 15 mins, usually when I am putting make up on. 
5. I then separate it into four sections and add Bounce Curl to each section before drying each individual section with the diffuser while scrunching it. Once each section is 80% dry I unsection it, add a little more Bounce curl before drying it again all together. 
6. Finally I use the wide tooth comb to tease the roots as they get a little flat with the weight of my hair. 
And that's it I'm done. 

To keep my curls in tack I always sleep with my hair piled on the top of my head like a pineapple and in the cooler months with a satin pillow case. I've tried to use a satin pillow case in the summer months but I just get too hot! 

Well there you have it, I hope you enjoyed this little blog. 

See you soon. 
Ciao for now. 
Love Mrs Berto xx 

 **This is not a sponsored post, these products are just what work for me.**

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