Monday, May 24, 2010

Hair

Pin Curls (Two Techniques)

A while back, I did a picture tutorial of how I curl my hair using bobby pins in a post titled Pincurls! Well, today's video demonstrates how I can get big, full curls, or soft, loose curls and waves by using two different methods. Enjoy!

7 comments:

bluebonnet67 said...

Great video! Love how the curls tuned out in both technique! Thanks so much for sharing!

DPrincess28 said...

Thanks girl!

Passion said...

I really like your hair straight. So, pretty.

Lexie Ephraim said...

lol you are just the cutest! :) I love your hair! And I love the pin curls! :) Thanks for posting the video!

Shonnie242 said...

I love the video and you rock the look with your pretty face.... thanks for sharing.... will try as soon as my hair grows long enough!

I have recently started reading your blog and found it very informative, can you tell me if you have posted anything on maintenance for health hair growths or products that you have used that helped your hair grow. My hair just seem stunned, I've been natural for give or take 4yrs and my hair is in layers as well a little pass my shoulder and the back in a little mid-way my back. Any suggestion is great!

Brittany said...

I must start out by saying I follow your blog and youtube channel all the time and I've practice your techniques. I find your advice really helpful. With the pin curls, I recently used the second method and find that my hair keeps a lot of its volume when pin curled compared to wrapping it. My question might sound dump but do you "sleep pretty" (meaning not on your sides but on your front so your hair does not get messed up) or do you sleep normally with this technique? I slept pretty because I was afraid my hair would be flattened out by sleeping on my sides or back.

DPrincess28 said...

Thank you ladies for the wonderful comments/feedback! I greatly appreciate it :-).

@Shonnie242: The best thing for hair growth is a good diet and exercise regimen, and lots of water. I know that's not what you want to hear, but hair growth is an internal process. All we can do for our hair externally is keep it moisturized and conditioned so that it won't break off as quickly as it grows. If you feel your growth is stunted, you may want to rethink your regimen. Do you trim your ends regularly? Do you protect the ends at night when you sleep? Do you apply too much heat? Just make sure you're not doing anything to hinder progress. Best of luck to you!

@Brittany: Girl, I do not "sleep pretty," LOL! I toss and turn and whatever happens in the morning, happens!