Friday, March 27, 2009

Carol's Daughter - Straight Version

Just as I suspected, Carol's Daughter products worked well with heat styling tools. I shampooed with Giovanni Invigorating Tea Tree shampoo (I meant to cowash instead but forgot) and conditioned with Carol's Daughter Tui Hair Smoothie. I used Tresemme Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Protective Spray and Carol's Daughter Hair Milk. I blow dried with a round brush and used a big curling iron to straighten it a bit more. I was going to add Carol's Daughter Lisa's Hair Elixir but, found I didn't need any more moisture after I was done. In fact, I think I may have added too much hair milk. Once again, a little goes a long way. My hair did not feel dry after and looked smoother than it usually did when I would straighten it.
The first picture is a weird angle but, it was the only way I could really get a shot of my layers.

4 comments:

A. Rose said...

Nice! Now I really wanna try CD products...

Sonya said...

Yeah I want to try it to...it seems like a good product! You're hair is so dang shiny...

Girl with Curl said...

A.Rose: If you do try them make sure you don't use a heavy hand. My hair's kinda thick and even when I think I use a little bit I'm always like I need to try even less next time.

Sonya: Thanks!

Tamika said...

Uhh ohh!! Haven't seen the straight look in a while! You're hair is so long and moisturized. Remember back in the day when it used to suck up oil like a plant in the desert?! LOLOLOL...what was that stuff called again? I forgot.