Another Curl Cloth Giveaway!


Hola Chicas!

The 'Question of the Day' posts are usually inspired by questions I really want answered... most moisturizing DT, slipperiest detangling conditioner, detangling routine, your favorite multi. Your comments inspire me to try new products and techniques, and creating blog posts specifically designed to generate these responses is nothing short of amazing.

So, what are the questions you want the CN.com community to answer? Be forewarned that your fellow natural's responses may cause your PJism to spin wildly out of control. Submit your top three questions to [email protected], using 'Question of the Day' as the subject line.

On May 10, 2010, I'll randomly choose one participant to win a free set of Curl Cloths!

According to the product description, their smooth, flat surface is designed to wick away just the right amount of moisture from your hair ensuring that your favorite curl-friendly styling product properly sets the curl for optimal smoothness, shine and definition.

You could use Curl Cloths in the same manner as I use Hand Dry Hair Gloves to rid yourself of the drippies prior to applying products.

Good Luck!
Nik

12 Weigh in!:
Anonymous said...

I just bought a set of these the other day; they're a bit pricey but get the job done. One word of advice, however: do NOT apply product to your hair without using the towel first; I followed the instructions and ended up with goopy messy towels. Might be the kinky curly products I use, but I don't know.

SEWING STARDOM said...

First off, I love your blog! I have been doing lots of research lately on natural ways to dye hair. I came across a video on youtube where the young lady(natural/black hair) used cinnamon and conditioner to dye her hair about 3 shades lighter. I was wondering if you ever heard of it/tried it and if your readers could share some feedback on the topic before I try it? I would really appreciate it! Thanks

Loclove said...

I would like to know if anyone uses shea butter for deep conditioning? I recently made a large batch of shea butter to seal my ends and for my twists but I put to much peppermint in it (About 20 drops :S). The scent was way to strong to use everyday. So i use it with a little bit of conditioner and olive oil to deep condition. It washes away clean and the peppermint creates a lovely tingling sensation. The result is noticibly shinier and softer hair. :)

beautifulkinksandcoils said...

@LocLove I have used shea butter for a pre-poo before and it was amazing!

Catrise1999 said...

My questions:

1)What is the best product to minimize frizz, when doing a twist/braid out?

2) When fluffing hair after doing a braid/twist out what is best technique to use in order to not over fluff the hair style (comb, fingers, hair pick, ect..)?

3) Can ones hair become damaged if it is overly moisturized?

I love your site, and congrats on the new baby! Even if I do not win the towels (and I reall hope I do :-) I would still like to know the answers to these questions. Thanks :0)

Namun said...

Mis preguntas:

If you roller set your hair, how do you maintain your hair during that week? How do you protect it at night?

curlyq145 said...

Hi Nik,

Here are my questions:

1. When do you know that you're losing too much hair when detangling or styling hair?

2. Do you get more compliments from naturals vs. non naturals? Any why do you think they come from one over the other?

3. What's the max number of days to keep your hair moisturized and what's your routine?


p.s. Can't wait to see baby shower pics! Enjoy it!!

CurlyRN said...

My question:
A lot of sites I see are girls who have pretty long natural hair. I've yet to see adequate websites showing how to take care of a (short) TWA or how to style short TWA's. Do you know of any sites? I bc'd in April and am at a lost for how to really manage it. I've been experimenting on my own, but I don't believe I'm at a point where I've adequately got a handle on it. I need some help!!

Second Question: How do I prevent dry TWA? Ever since I've chopped it, my hair is crunchy and dry.

Anonymous said...

I just celebrated by three year hairiversary and I'm thinking about getting braids, either Trini braids (large individuals) or two strand twists with added hair. Is using synthetic braiding hair bad for your natural hair? I wore braids when I was permed but never as a full natural.

Taylor Martin said...

I just went to Sally's and bought Hair One- its a shampoo, leave in, and conditioner all in one. Its organic and it works- plus its cheap!!

BlueSkyPinky said...

Hey Nikki, this is BlueskyPinky...i would like to win the curl cloth, because after ten year i have decided to return back to my naturl state of mind. I have issues with frizz and dryness when my hair is natural.
Thanks
BlueSkyPinky

Renra Cikatos said...

very nice info....thank you i'm from indonesia...goodluck

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