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How to style faux locs

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Hey everyone. Today I am going to show you how to make your very own chic, trendy, and stylish loc jewelry. Now, this is not just limited to locs! These can be worn on braids, twist, or really any other style of your choice.

I used an 18 gauge wire by Jewelry Basics that I purchased locally. You can find the same kind of wire at your local Wal-Mart or craft store.

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Make natural hairgel using flaxseeds, water and essential oils(optional). This is super easy and very effective.

2 TBS whole flaxseeds
1 Cup water

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These are my favorite essential oils:

And this is my favorite tea tree oil:

If you want to forgo making your own I did find this hair gel that is 100% natural and has no parabens, surfactants, fragrances or dangerous ingredients:

Natural Hair: Henna on Natural Hair (Stretches Type 4C Hair…Say what?)

Natural Hair: Henna on Natural Hair (Stretches Type 4C Hair…Say what?) So in this video we will see my first encounter with Henna on Type 4C Hair . Henna has been claimed to give hair super moisture, stretch, bounce, shine and strength. Did my hair get all this well ummm some but not all. However, I have a feeling the more I do it the better. Also I think my mix was too simple for the results I was looking for. So this video simply show the process. Enjoy!!!!!

Sooo about Henna….
KinkyKoilyMe States:
Pros, Cons & Other Effects of Henna:
Henna has some undeniable benefits for hair, which is why so many people use it and love it.

Some of these pros include:

Stronger Hair – The lawsone (dye) molecule penetrates the hair shaft, binding with the keratin in the hair. This makes hair stronger, but also is one of the qualities that makes henna removal near impossible. Henna also coats the hair and fills in rough spots on a frayed cuticle. This adds a second layer of strength, but it DOES NOT lock out moisture.

Smoother, Shinier Hair – Henna, as stated above, does coat the hair, but it is a permeable coating that does not lock moisture out. The henna helps fill in rough spots on the cuticle. With the cuticle rough edges smoothed over, the hair feels smoother and the cuticle takes a lot less damage during combing and manipulation. It takes several days for Henna to stabilize. It becomes more flexible and durable as it oxidizes and cures–it is in fact a plant resin that is flexible and solvent enough to penetrate the hair at the cuticle, carrying pigment with it.

Non-Fading Red – Anyone that has used red chemicals dyes knows how badly they fade. Henna may fade a little after the first application, but after the second application fades very little.

The Absence of Chemicals – Chemical dyes are not only VERY damaging to hair, they can also cause scalp burns, allergic reactions, and recently studies have linked long term use to cancer.

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Products used: Henna, lukewarm water, and conditioner.

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DISCLAIMER: I am NOT a trained/practicing stylist, cosmetologist, beautician, dietitian or medical professional. All suggestions, tips, prizes, techniques and advice given are for informational purposes only and should be used at your discretion and best judgment. I highly recommend conducting strand tests when trying or using new products, hair appliances and product mixes. I am not responsible or liable for adverse or undesirable affects including hair loss, hair breakage or other hair/scalp/skin/body damage as a direct or indirect result of the suggestions, tips, prizes, techniques and/or advice given.

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I LOVE this easy Do It Yourself detangler! It gives my natural hair lots of slip, shine, and a slight hold. I also love that all of the ingredients are natural! Hope you enjoy the video & recipe! Let me know if it works for you if you decide to give it a try 🙂

Felicia Leatherwood Brush:

3 tbsp Marshmallow Root –
2 tbsp Slippery Elm Bark Powder –
3 cups Distilled or Purified Water
1/4 Aloe Vera Juice
1/4 tsp Vitamin E Oil
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I chose Apricot, Avocado, and Castor Oil

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