Greetings, my dears! Back in May 2010 (😰), I did my original post about dusting my ends (link). I had always been urged to do a video but just could never get it together!! Well, SURPRISE!! I finally did a quick, last-minute video of me dusting my ends.
Just as a refresher, dusting is like trimming your ends but not taking as much off. I personally have 4 classifications for cutting when it comes to my hair!
1. Spot cutting- That’s cutting a knot out here and there or where you see a problem area.
2. Dusting- Cutting about an inch or less of your ends to reduce tangles and shedding.
3. Trim- removing and inch or more of your ends. You are not cutting to achieve a style, just to remove the dead ends. (This can be done to refresh a cut!)
4. Hair cut- This is cutting to remove bulk and/or to achieve a particular look or style.
Moving back to dusting, I have a short little video showing how I usually dust. I also have it uploaded on my YouTube channel so if you don’t already follow me (The Hair Garden), please do!😊
I hope you found the video helpful! I am excited to finally share more of my natural hair regimen with you all! I can’t wait to post the next video! Thanks for stopping by!
Greetings, Blossoms! Today I traveled out to style a friend I have been styling since I was braiding on my bean bag out of my college dorm!
She wanted a low maintenance protective style so I created this lovely braid and twist updo combination for her!
Starting off, I detangled and pre-conditioned her hair with Hair Garden’s Peppermint Avocado Shea moisturizer. She had just come out of some two-strand twists I did for her and had a couple of months prior. I shampooed her with Hair Garden Cleanser and followed with the Mango Punch conditioner which I lightly rinsed out. I sectioned her out and blew her dry with the original Avocado Shea moisturizer. I used the mint formula as a moisturizer on her roots and scalp before braiding. This is because I included a special blend of essential oils known for their natural numbing and pain relieving properties. I wanted her to experience the least discomfort and damage possible since she had a lot of manipulation going on with her scalp within a short window of time.
Her hair is cornrowed on the side and 2-strand twisted down the center in a mohawk style. I rodded the ends with drinking straws, secured them with bobbi pins and dipped them in hot water. I rolled the back up and secured it with hair pins. I pinned any additional pieces that were hanging too low in the front.
She has versatility with this style because it is still very wearable outside of the pinned up style with the cute curly ends! I was so excited to get to the end result that I didn’t take a picture of it before I pinned it! Next time I want to try this with smaller cornrows or flat twists.
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Greetings! I just finished a lovely natural hairstyle and I wanted to share it with you all! This style is low-maintenance and versatile.
Her hair was moisturized with Hair Garden’s Avocado Shea leave-in to moisturize and detangle during the styling process. I used Eco Styler Olive Oil formula to do the flat twists and 2-strand twists.
The 2-strand twists on the ends were woven into a loose braid and pinned at the crown. There are a few flat twists to the side so she can have some hair framing her face without being in her face. All she has to do is cover this hairstyle at night either with a satin bonnet or a scarf. The style can last her 2 to 3 weeks.