Day 0- My hair is freshly washed and conditioned and as you can see my hair is quite straight. After combing through my partially air dried hair I put a volumizing mousse in my roots and worked through my hair and also added a little sea salt spray and combed through to distribute. Then I made a high bun on the top of my head and went to sleep (just kidding I got in my bed and watched Netflix’s and then way after I should have been asleep I finally turned off Netflix’s and went to sleep. )
Day 1- soo….. I should have let my hair air dry a little more before I put it up but yeah that’s life people. Plan on making a blog post and plan out how to do your hair and your hair doesn’t get the memo…. Usually when I do this my hair has more volume and wave but this is what I’m working with people! My hair has a slight wave to it and I ended up putting my hair into a half top knot but neglected to take a picture. 😦
End of Day 1- After a long day at work and after my shower where I didn’t wash my hair time to prep for day 2! Brushed through my hair and added dry shampoo to my roots. Although my hair is not yet oily I know it will be tomorrow so in anticipation I added some to my roots and massaged it in before pulling into a high ponytail. After pulling my hair up into a ponytail I added a little hair spray and sea salt to my hair that was in the ponytail and pulled out my Conair Flexible Spiral Curl Rollers and divided my hair into six sections using the rollers.
Day 2- Took my rollers out and used my fingers to gently break apart the curls. I try not to mess with them too much or they can get frizzy. I added a light misting of hairspray and ended up putting a head band on after I took the picture.
End of Day 2- It was a long day that included walking five blocks in the Florida humidity so my curls look a little deflated. I brushed it out and added some dry shampoo to my roots and added some sea salt to the lower half of my hair before I french braided it. I took a picture of my french braid but it did not turn out well. But this is my hair at the end of the day before I braided it.
Day 3- Took out my french braid and I had lots of volume and a slight wave to my hair. I teased the crown area and pulled it into a high pony and then braid it and “fluff” or “pancaked” the braid to give some more volume and make the braid bigger. I then wrapped the braided ponytail into a bun and Voilà!
End of Day 3- Its time for hair washing!