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Today's blog is going to be pretty quick, because this method takes literally seconds to do.
So whenever I am about to do my hair, I always check to see if my products are going to work well together before I start anything.
I do this especially if I am using multiple products from different brands.
1. Chose the products that you want to use. It can be just two products or it can be more depending on the style that you're doing. However I just prefer to do it with two products so that I know for sure what works and what doesn't.
2. Make sure that your hand is clean to start off with. Apply a small drop of the first product to the back of your hand, and then apply a small drop of your second product into the same spot.
3. Mix. Slowly rub together your two products and see what results you get.
Clumpy: Your products do not work well together, do not try putting them into your hair.
Clear/Smooth: If you mix together your two products and they soak directly into your skin, then you have found a perfect match! This means that your products work great together and its time to start styling your hair.
White/ Smooth: Mixing your products and they seem to mix but are just white and have not yet soaked into your skin yet. When this happens I still like to use the product combination because I know that they can still work together. But in the end it is up to you if you want to use that combination or not.
In my opinion you can use every product combination you try, EXCEPT if they turn out clumpy.
I hope this helps.
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I wanted to quickly talk and share the benefits of our Bare Your Hair ButterCream.
Bare Your Hair ButterCream is a thick and moisturizing cream packed with all natural ingredients consisting of shea butter, sweet almond and jojoba oil.
-Moisturize your hair
-Get healthy hair growth
-Strengthen your hair
How To: I love using this cream when doing pretty much any style on my hair. If you follow us on Instagram(@bare_hair) then you know that I love doing mini twists on my hair.
I apply my leave in and then go in with my ButterCream to moisturize my hair as well as my Bare Your Hair Peppermint Oil to seal all of that moisture in.
I love using Bare Your Hair ButterCream specifically when doing mini twists because it keeps my hair moisturized throughout the duration of my protective style.
Who is it for: Bare Your Hair ButterCream is perfect for anyone looking to moisturize and grow their beautiful thick and tight textured hair.
If your hair is on the thinner side this product may still be used, but extremely sparingly seeing that it is a thicker cream it may weigh your hair down.
Bare Your Hair ButterCream is not meant to "curl" or "define" your hair as it is a moisturizing product.
I hope this helped!
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