Nightly Routine

I was chatting with a reader on GMAIL yesterday, and she asked me how I preserve my Twist-n-Curl style at night. Specifically, she wanted to know if I re-twist, and how I moisturize.

At night, I apply a teeny bit of Shea Butter to my ends for extra hold and moisture. I never, ever re-twist.

I found a miracle bonnet at Sally's about 7 months ago. I couldn't find the exact image online, but here's a similar one:
http://www.sallybeauty.com/Lacy-Secret-Cap/ANDRE26,default,pd.html


It pretty much looks the same...same woman on the front, only the lining of the cap is satin, and the color is beige. It is very sturdy, and most certainly looks absurd, but it gets the job done. Unlike the flimsier black ones from the 'other side' of Sally's, it really holds my Twist-n-Curl in place. I simply pull my hair into a low pony with one hand, and guide the cap on with the other. In the morning, I wake up, remove the cap, fluff, and GO!

For my Wash-n-Go nightly routine, click HERE.

Later Gators,
Nik

P.S. I'm on day 3 hair, and it still looks fab. I think it's the bentonite clay.

4 Weigh in!:
Anonymous said...

Only if you'd have written this post yesterday. Let me tell you, I made the mistake of retwisting my hair and I woke up to it looking like a HOT MESS! I got to work 45 minutes late because I was at home trying to get my hair (which just flat and dead) to look half way decent.
What I learned is that dry twist are not for me. Instead of the twist n'curl-the fingerstyle with perm rollers on the ends work for me and to get the second day hair-definitely don't twist it-just put on my silk scarf and fluff in the morning.
I wish I had taken a picture this morning. I looked worst than the before chick on the Dr. Miracle commercial LOL LOL

Anonymous said...

The bentonite clay that you did...did you write your review on it..of how you did it and all the steps etc....I've been waiting for that...

Anonymous said...

I need to find this miracle cap!

fromthegroundup said...

Can I ask the reasoning behind not retwisting? Is it to prevent breakage or product buildup?

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