Curly To Straight Hair Tutorial – My Straightening Routine 2017

There’s nothing I love more than fresh, clean hair! In this tutorial I will take you through how I go from curly hair to pin straight with absolutely no frizz!

Just to clear things up, I’ve had curly hair all my life and I have never had any treatments or drastic changes made to tame my curls. Over time I have learned to love my curls and accept them as part of who I am, I am honored to be part of the curly hair squad!

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As usual, I’m going to ask that if you watch my video, please leave me a like and subscribe to my channel if you’d like to see more videos from me. I would love if you showed me a little bit of love!

PRODUCTS USED:

This was not mentioned in my tutorial but I use the Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Smooth Perfect Shampoo and Conditioner. This is for frizzy, course and unmanageable hair. I absolutely love the smell and I’m patiently waiting to finish the conditioner so that I can feature it in an empties video!

I love using a wide tooth comb to comb through my curls as it causes less damage. I cannot stand going to the hairdresser because they always pull tons of my hair out because they do not know how to treat frizzy hair and they use a normal comb.

My blowdryer is from Parlux. It was purchased from the hair salon as it is a professional blowdryer as well as my GHD original IV styler. I do not mind spending money on products as I feel that hair is an investment and it will last a long time. I would highly recommend investing in products such as these because other hair tools which are usually inexpensive do not give you the best results and can often times only last a short while before they give up on you. I’ve had my GHD since I was in tenth grade, and I’m already in my 3rd year of university (WHOOP WHOOP FOR GRADUATING NEXT YEAR).

Big Barrel Brush is from the hair salon as well. This allows me to get through larger sections of my hair without struggling as much and has the most amazing grip.

Are we friends on social media? I would love to get to know you! My handles are below xo.

 

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L’Oreal Boost It Pro Review In Collaboration With Beauty Bulletin

Hi beautiful!

Today I am very excited to bring you my latest review on the L’Oreal Boost It Pro Range. Beauty Bulletin asked me to review the L’Oreal Boost It Hairspray and Mousse and I am beyond honoured and I worked really hard on this video so I would love if you would click the play button, leave a like and subscribe xo. For those of you who cannot access YouTube, don’t worry about it, there are images in this post fairly similar to what is in the video.

 

 

This is what the products looked like when I received them. Loved the bright yellow and purple and the size was amazing.

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I forgot to point out in my review that there is a really cool app you can download to give you various ideas on the type of hairstyles you can create using the products. I came up with 4 hairstyles myself for my video to add my own spin on it and to showcase my creativity.

The mousse was a very great consistency and I didn’t have any problem with it. I applied it into my damp hair but did not include me blowdrying my hair as I didn’t want the video to be too long. Not going to lie, I feel like it did give my hair bonce but I still had to tease my hair in certain sections to get the look I wanted. It responded to heat relatively well and any steam seen in the video was just evaporation of my hair product that I use since it tends to make my hair a little wet.

The spray was AMAZING. Loved the fact that it actually held my curls for a day and on the second day I still had visible waves. It didn’t leave my hair feeling sticky and it had this almost fruity scent that I fell in love with and can definitely see myself using this more often.

These are the 4 hairstyles I created with the products:

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This can be purchased at Clicks and Dischem for about R95 each which is a great price considering the size of the products and the use you’ll get out of them.

A big thank you to Beauty Bulletin for sending me these products, I would love to collab with them again in future.

If you would like to check out Beauty Bulletin’s website you can go to http://www.beautybulletin.com

Thanks for reading, have a great weekend. This will unfortunately be the last of this week’s post as I write exams on Monday.

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Repairing Dry, Damaged Hair & DIY Oil Treatment.

Hello beautiful readers (:

Recently I have decided to start up my own Youtube Channel in order to really provide a more in depth way of showcasing my love for fashion, beauty and DIY.

Yesterday my new video went up featuring my tips on how to repair dry, damaged hair and how I did a DIY oil treatment so just follow the link and check it out.

REPAIR DRY DAMAGED HAIR!

Don’t forget to like and subscribe!

The products featured:

Tresemme Platinum Strength conditioning treatment

Detangling brush

Avon Advanced Techniques Moroccan Argon Oil

Amla Oil of 7 wonders from Dark and Lovely.

 

DIY OIL TREATMENT:

You will need:

Coconut/Jojoba Oil

INSTRUCTIONS:

Place a few drops into damp hair and leave on for 10-15 minutes, but the longer you leave it in the better.

Rinse out & Shampoo and condition as normally.

 

 

Sincerely,

Deeanne