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Michelle Sousa Sousa




22 Dec 1992

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michellesousa asked:

13 Oct 2010

how can youu do wavy hair like miranda crossgove

whats does she do to make i wavy and curly




sena95 says:

Posted on 13 Oct 2010

When I was growing up, I had naturally curly hair, so I never needed to think about doing anything to curl my hair. Truth be told, I often wished for straight hair; it seemed so much easier to maintain. However, my

younger sister, who I always felt was blessed with straight hair, longed for my naturally curly hair.

Over the years, I saw her try a number of different techniques aimed at making her hair naturally curly. Some worked, and some didn't, but for the most part they seemed to work better than more permanent, and arguably less healthy for her hair, techniques such as perms. Braiding, foam curlers, and rag curls would be her answer to women wondering how to make hair naturally curly.

She had the most success braiding her hair the night before she wished to have curly hair. This is refreshing news for many women, because in most cases it requires no special products beyond hair ties.

To begin with, she would wash her hair with shampoo and conditioner. At various points, she tried different techniques—such as using conditioner without shampoo, specific brands, or washing it the night before—but it didn't seem to matter much. After washing your hair, you should comb it to eliminate excess water and towel off excess water. You want the hair to still be wet but you do not want it to be soaking.

Next, braid your hair. You have a great amount of latitude in what you chose to do and this will require experimentation over time with different braids. Larger braids will give you fewer curls, while small tight braids will result in frizzy hair.


michellesousa says:

Posted on 13 Oct 2010

thank youu!!

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