How to Dye Your Hair a Flaming Red at Home

How to Dye Your Hair a Flaming Red at Home

This shop has been compensated by Schwarzkopf. #FashionColorExpert #sponsored I get to experience some of the most breathtaking fall scenery in the south. Right now the leaves are beautiful hues of greens, browns, oranges, yellows and reds. The scenery has me excited for fall and has inspired me to try a bold new look. During the cooler months I love to style my hair in braids, twists and up-do’s which help it retain length. While planning my hairstyle for this month I thought it would look so dope with a bold pop of color. Inspired by the fall leaves, I decided to dye my hair using the Schwarzkopf Color Ultime Flaming Reds in the color Mahogany Red. To start, I parted my hair into four [Click here to continue reading]

How to create a High Puff with Tribal Headband

How to | High Puff with Tribal Headband

Today’s High Puff with Tribal Headband is inspired by my recent travel to Kenya. The country is so vibrant and colorful y’all. Everywhere you look from the city to the bush are bright, bold colors. The chocker I’m wearing is one of two I bought while there and the headband was a gift from a friend. She spent time in Africa and gifted me some fabric. Mine is straight from the ‘Mother Land’, but there are some gorgeous patterns here. The Puff To create the puff I started with freshly washed and blowdried hair. I use the tension method and my hairdryer set on medium heat to dry my hair. It involves gently stretching my hair and drying it. Do y’all see that shrinkage? Once [Click here to continue reading]

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How to do a Chunky Rope Twist Updo | Protective Style with Added Hair

This week I’m wearing my hair in a protective style in order to keep the ends of my hair tucked away. The goal of these styles are to reduce the amount of time I spend manipulating my hair. When my hair is in braids or flat twists it requires less styling throughout the week. This weeks style was achieved by flat twisting all of my hair up toward the crown of my head and securing it. You can secure it in a french braid, bantu knot or any other method as long as it’s not too bulky.   Then using some synthetic hair similar to the texture of  my hair, I created two chunky twist. Starting from the rear crown of my head I pinned down [Click here to continue reading]