Kids with Curly Hair

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Moms- I get asked often “Do you do children’s cuts?” and I do. A lot of them. And the price is the same for kids as it is for adults as many children have the same amount of hair – if not even more – and I cut each curl dry one at a time, and it is intense cutting …

The ‘Inner Curl Mentor’

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THE INNER CURL MENTOR When you have a Vision of what you desire – you will pursue it and it will be found. Happens all the time. If you do not have a vision of desire – you can look, act, feel & desire other pursuits that are less than you deserve. You can fall apart psychologically and not even …

Slip

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Detox from Plastics Part II is in development stages and will post soon. In the meantime – product slip is something related to it and will help you better understand your hair, so lets discover more about something called ‘Slip’. I was working on this blog when a client wrote me and asked: “Two questions: 1. Can your hair just …

Good Frizz? “Controlled Volume”

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Bad Frizz- is the dried out frizz from abusing our hair with lathering agents in shampoo, using harsh towels, products with ‘cones & sleeping on cotton pillow cases (and more stuff). Most start out with a high ratio of bad frizz with some curl formations. Good Frizz – is an acceptable amount of halo to give our hair volume. This …

The Art of The Scrunch

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The Art of Scrunching Scrunching really is an art when it comes to working with your styling products and producing curl formations. We will focus on these two area’s. You scrunch with two methods: A- Hand Scrunch (HS) to push product into your hair. Hand Scrunch also forms curl clumps/formations by encouraging hair to bind together. When you HS you …

The MagiCurl Approach

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Let’s go into more refinement and get a better understanding of what we are doing to make our curls look and feel their best. Here are a list of words that I hear and use myself to describe what our hair is doing and can be done. Take out a piece of paper (you do have a Curl Journey Journal …