rab a can of texturizing spray or dry shampoo — Tran prefers Oribe's Dry Texture Spray — and blast the roots of your hair, holding the spray 12 inches away from your head. Go section by section, and slowly layer the spray into your locks, avoiding the ends.
A milkmaid plait may look complicated, but really it's just pinned-up pigtails. This updo can be dressed up for a formal event or made casual with a pair of cut-off shorts. The key to making it chic is the face-framing fringe! Tutorial: How to Achieve a Milkmaid Plait
MY HAIR REGIMEN/ROUTINE Hi Everyone!Today I decided to do a hair regimen/routine post here on the blog for you because I get asked a lot of times what I do to maintain and grow my hair. Honestly I give God all the credit for my hair texture quality and length. I follow a lot of hair bloggers and continuously do a lot of research. Pardon Me this picture was taken in the evening at sun set. That is why it's a bit dark. At least once a month(usually on the last Sunday of the Month) I wash…
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