Here’s curly hair pictures, plus how to wash natural hair, how to moisturizer, and how to use a denman brush to detangle long natural hair.
Bunny’s hair routine is more of a sort of routine, because we’re pretty flexible and don’t actually have “set days” for anything/everything.
I wasn’t quite sure how to write this page so I’ve included lots of pictures, a video, and, of course, awesome hair tips!
Hopefully that video shed some light on how the whole process goes. Sorry about my little brother randomly jumping in there. What can I say, kids will be kids!
Wet hair after washing, conditioning, and detangling
(She sometimes wears her hair like this to school and gym practice if I run out of time)
The sort of routine starts with washing her hair in four braids (I haven’t washed her hair loose in several months now because detangling is a nightmare) with Royal Curl Stay Clean Shampoo.
Once that’s done, I take one braid out at a time, add Royal Curl Moisturize Rich Conditioner to the section I’m working on and detangle with our modified Denman Brush.
All washed, conditioned, detangled, and stretched
After that, I leave it to stretch in several braids, roughly sixteen to twenty. Once her hair is dried it’s on to styling.
Here are some of her favorite hair styles:
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