Part Deux

I must say my twistout came out pretty nice when I used the Kinky Curly Curling Custard. My hair was a little crunchier than I expected, but maybe I used more than necessary. It worked out well though because it rained all day yesterday and my style still held up.

What I didn’t like about it was that my hair felt like it had a film on it after it dried. It wasn’t a bad product, but I think I like the ORS Twist N Loc Gel better.

Needless to say, I retwisted my hair last night with ORS Twist N Loc Gel. My 2nd day hair is always better than my first day hair now. That is the complete opposite of how it was when I was dealing with the two textures.

My 2nd day hair is stretched more and has more definition from the twists instead of definition from my curl pattern.

Today was a great hair day. Not to mention, I finally got my M•A•C – All of my purple life lipgloss. *smiles*

This is Kinky Curly Curling Custard…

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This is 2nd day hair with ORS Twist N Loc Gel…

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I also went to the dermatologist today regarding my hairline issues. More about that later.

XOXO,
Rece

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2 thoughts on “Part Deux

  1. Hi Rece! Your huuuur looks great girl! Welcome to the natural hair family. 😉

    I read a few of your older posts…and being a natural head is not always easy, but the benefits/rewards definitely outweight the struggles. The beginning stage was a little difficult for me too. I actually had 3 attempts at going natural before I finally STUCK with it…(side note: but, I heard the 3rd time’s a charm; haha). I was never one to consistently perm my hair, I just had crazzzzy heat damage from straightening my hair for the past 18+ years – which was one of the main reasons why I went natural.

    I’m with you on the KCCC….it wasn’t my fave product either but still decent nonetheless.

    Anyway…Glad you had a good hair day. 🙂

    I’ll make sure to come here and read regularly.

    PS: just like you, one side of my hair coils/curls tighter than the other. I’ve been dealing with that for a while now; I did some research about it in a few forums and found that MANY folks are in the same circumstance….and that it has something to do with the way that we sleep…don’t know how true this is though.

    • Hey girl!
      I heard the same thing about the difference in curls on the sides of my head having to do with the way I sleep. I believe it. It’s been like that forever… even when I was relaxing my hair.

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