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August 3, 2011

The Tightly Curly Method

Kim L. Kirsch via Naturallycurly.com

Been looking for a hairstyle routine that has the potential to keep your curls tight and bouncy up to four to five days? Look no further! Curlies everywhere have been utilizing what is called the tightly curly method, invented by Teri LaFlesh, author of “Curly Like Me,” in order to achieve just that.

The method is based mainly on using any type of conditioner as a leave-in conditioner. While it may seem a little odd to leave a rinse-out conditioner in your hair, the method has many curly-haired women raving about the results.

So join the bandwagon, find out how to use the tightly curly method properly and become one of the raving fans.

Shampooing

Since curly hair is so different than straight hair, extreme care must be taken when cleansing. This means that you should be washing your hair gently, focusing more on the scalp area.

Most curlies only need to shampoo once—aka, no rinse and repeat—and when finished, rinse the shampoo out. Once this is completed, you can use a light low-cost conditioner. Apply a generous amount to your scalp and squeeze it down to your ends. A lightweight conditioner will make the hair slippery, allowing for dirt to cling to it. This way, when you rinse it out, you will rinse out more dirt, leaving you with cleaner hair without over shampooing.

Some curlies, however, may not even need to shampoo. The no shampoo method works well with the tightly curly method as well. Keep in mind, however, that if you have recently worked out, you should wash your hair in order to rid it of sweat and dirt, despite you individual hair type.

Applying the Conditioner

You need to use a lot of conditioner in order to make the tightly curly method work. Pour out a big handful and apply it to half of your hair, concentrating on areas other than the scalp. In order to allow the scalp to breathe, apply conditioner about two inches away from the roots.

As you are applying, you should be able to feel the conditioner gushing around your fingers. If this is not happening, you need more conditioner. Once you are done with one half, do the same for the other half.

Settling and Definition

Use a large toothed brush that has a lot of give, as curly locks often can be damaged by finer toothed combs.

While brushing, you will notice that the conditioner is producing a lot of foam, but by the time you are done, this foam will disappear as the conditioner settles on the hair. Keep in mind that your hair needs to be soaking wet while you are brushing.

Wrap strands of hair around your fingers in order to define curls.

Let it Dry

Avoid blow drying as this can cause damage and frizz. Instead, let the hair dry naturally. If you’re feeling impatient, you can speed up the drying process with a little help. Once it is dry, don’t brush or comb it. Rather, separate it gently with your fingers.

Maintenance

If you want to refresh the look between shampoos, simply wet the hair and apply more conditioner. In order to help maintain the look, sleep in braids. This will help to hold the curl pattern and style in place. Also, if you haven’t yet invested in a satin pillowcase, you definitely should! Cotton pillowcases pull at your hair and can cause frizz, split ends, uneven curling, and more. You don’t want to spend all of this time on the tightly curly method just to have everything unravel while you sleep.

Have you tried the Tightly Curly method? How did it work for you? Share your experiences!

54 Chime in!:

Anonymous said...

I followed the method from Teri LaFlesh's website and it worked wonderfully on my hair. I have 3c/4a hair and my curls came out very smooth and defined. Looked like a flexirod set. I like that I can continue to keep my regimen simple. I didnt need any gel, pomade, etc other than conditioner to define or keep the curls. The style lasted a week but would have lasted longer. I have to wash weekly. MrsTAU

Anonymous said...

Can someone please post pictures and/or a video tut of this method start to finish?

Kim said...

I've been doing this method for a while and never knew I was doing it-I use Garnier Fructis tripple moisture as my leave in and apply generously then I shake and go!!!

purplgirl48 said...

Pics please!!

Anonymous said...

but wouldn't this method leave hair with residue from all the conditioner? Or does it just evaporate?

Anonymous said...

here's a link

http://tightlycurly.com/technique/therules/

hairscapades said...

I'm like the first anonymous. I left conditioner in my hair all of the time when I used to wear WnGs, long before I ever heard of the "tightly curly method." It worked well for me, but I haven't done it in years ... probably because I'm a product junkie and like experimenting with products too much to give it up for one conditioner;-). Plus, I really love doing TnCs and then putting my hair up in some type of updo.

Shelli

Gloria said...

Th woman who invented this method has a TON of hair, and I don't know how she can do this every week. I tried this method, but it was way too much work on my BSL 4b hair, lol. It took me about a half an hour to define an eighth of my hair, and then I gave up. I only have about 50 million tiny curls to define, after all. ;)

Also, leaving a lot of conditioner on my hair causes a ton of build up for me. My hair behaves much more nicely if I rinse it every night, oil it, and then put it in a few twists. It only takes me about 15 minutes to do my hair every night, and when I take my hair down, I have a head full of luscious curls. :)

Anonymous said...

If you have fine hair, the technique of leaving tons of conditioner on the hair (as stated in the article) will make your hair limp. I have made this mistake. I would suggest using just enough to coat the hair light-moderately. Ive done this and sometimes washed it out later the same day or the next day and my hair is left very well moisturized, bouncy and curls clump better. I guess you could leave it on all week, but isn't that essentially the same as using a leave-in conditioner????

Anonymous said...

I'd be concerned about build up also. I'm going to try this the next time I'm on holidays.

@Gloria
I'd like to try your method.
Is your hair in twists when you rinse it?
Do you detangle every night?
What kind of oil do you use?
Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I used this when my hair was shorter and made the "doodles". My hair looked like a straw set with it. It worked really well and I had gotten 7 days from it if I pineappled at night. Now my hair is too long to spiral as much so it's not worth the trouble to me. Especially since I like to rinse my hair more in the summer.

Anonymous said...

made my scalp itch!!!!! With doing this method i can only use a all natural conditioner.

writegirl1 said...

This was the first method that I found when I started to Google search how to take care of my natural hair (late 2008). I had been wearing my hair natural for years, but I could never retain length or keep it moisturized-it always looked like a bird's nest! I learned A LOT about natural, or tightly curly hair from her. But I don't remember her saying to use ANY conditioner. Buy her book or go to her website for specific instructions.

By the way, her hair is long because she uses her method. Her hair wasn't always that long- that is 10, or by now, 12 years of growth. You must go to her site and read her personal story and look at her hair history in pictures. I love Teri!!

Latoya said...

If you worry about too much build up, you can try a clarifying conditioner like Wen Fig or HairOne.

Meryl said...

Does anyone have results that aren't from the tightly curly website?

Anonymous said...

I love this method. It works wonders for my hair.

Ms. Barbara said...

I actually tried this method and did three videos showing it (I don't know how to make my three videos into one). Here's a link to my YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hr7_WGPIdy4

I DID NOT like the way my hair felt. It was stiff, hard, super big, and very heavy. I washed it out right away!

tianna said...

I just used the Eco styling gel and I followed the Shingling Method from the Miss Jessie's Video How To on the Styling drop down menu.

sarah said...

I tried it as well. It's a very involved process and I have very dense hair, so standing and releasing each curl while my hair is dripping wet and loaded with conditioner, not the business. And I get build up easily using minimal product so using the amount she suggested, also not the business. But, that's just me. She's grown hair past her ass with this method.

IcyLillies said...

lol, how funny, I was just think about how I wanted to do this this morning.

I have actually tried this method all throughout the winter and early spring months and honestly it was great. My hair was soft, it was super curly and defined. If I added gel, it became crazy defined and best of all, I was able to retain length and it grew. Sadly, I have not made an actual video for it yet, but I would like to soon.

As Gloria stated, I do not have hair like Teri who can simply take one strand and coat it with conditioner and be done 15 min later.
...I tried that, and it took me over an hour! It didn't even dawn on until it was to late that while she has, you know, big luscious curls, I have tiny ones that don't like to listen to me a majority of the time.

So, what I do is simply pour conditioner on my hand and then just rake it though my hair until it feels coated and dried. I might follow it right up with some gel afterwards or oil.

It doesn't cause buildup for me because I rinse it out the next day and put a new batch in (this method also has me wash my hair almost every two weeks instead of one.

Long post, lol sorry! Just sharing my experience!

Dani said...

I have been using this method for a few months now with great results! I would like to address a few of the issues: itchy scalp-you have to apply the conditioner to the hair, and not too close to your scalp. limp hair-it is trial and error to find the right conditioner for you. What works for me? Aussie Moist conditioner. I have ummm kinky curly hair that is past my shoulders. It only takes about 1/2 hour to define all of my hair. I dry with a diffuser (about 1/2 hour also) and the style lasts for one week! To avoid build up-I shampoo with TreSeme deep cleansing vitamin c shampoo to clarify. I used to be a product junkie but now...Its just shampoo with Treseme, Aussie Moist Leave in conditioner to style and seal with Carols Daughter Mimosa Hair Honey. That it!!! I have defined curls for SEVEN DAYS. I love this method. I found that defining larger sections is better if it is taking to long to "doodle".

Dani said...

how do I post a pic?

Earth Angel said...
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Earth Angel said...

I tried leaving condish on my texturized hair when I first read about Teri's method a few years ago. Didn't work at all. Now leaving Suave Coconut Conditioner in my hair works like a charm, especially in summer, when I am not doing twist-outs. I add gel and either put it up, or put the back up and define a bit in the front. I seldom define my whole head - too time consuming.

Annabel said...

would this method work for transitioning hair too?

Anonymous74 said...

I love this method & I love Teri for bringing it to light! Over the years I've tried everything once I decided to go natural & this is the method that best worked for me, although it won't work for every hair type. As Curly Nikki often reiterates on this site, it's all about experimenting and finding what works best for YOU. I was so excited when I found Teri's site (I also bought her book) that I ended up trying practically every shampoo & conditioner she recommended over the course of a couple of months! And, as she states, not every product will work the same on every head of hair. For instance, I was growing out a texturizer at the time (I have medium length type 3C hair) and the Tresemme recommendation totally did not work for me! The product recommendations that DID work & I ended up sticking with are the Nature's Gate Organics Fruit Blend Fortifying Grapefruit & Wild Ginger Conditioner (as my co-wash & occasionally as a leave-in) and the Aussie Moist Conditioner (as my leave-in). I also use Avalon Organics Baby Gentle Tear-Free Shampoo & Body Wash as a sort of clarifier every month. It's not on her recommendations list but seems safe by her ingredients standards, hasn't damaged my hair in any way. It's sulfate free, paraben free, and contains Chamomile, Aloe, Calendula, & Sunflower oil. This method CAN be tedious but it lasts at least a week (using her Refresher method) and is completely worth it! Check out her techniques at: http://tightlycurly.com/technique/growitout/
Of special interest is 'The Mat' section.
For step-by-step instructions go to her Primer page at http://tightlycurly.com/technique/curlyprimer/
The entire site is worth exploring. She also has a YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/telzeek#g/u
And get her book! Teri rules! :D

Kim said...

For those who want to see pics here are my results after using this process. These pics are of 2-day old hair and my hair is naturally coily.

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1420302675063&set=a.1398157481447.2031088.1457550019&type=1&theater

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1420302515059&set=a.1398157481447.2031088.1457550019&type=1&theater

Lalalizzie1 said...

Hello everyone,

I have tried this method as well. Let me first say that I like the leave conditioner in method, but the tightly curly method it didn't work well on my type of hair (4c). Secondly, I love the fact that on Teri's site she has an ingredients dictionary for hair care products this list is geared towards how ingredients would affect very curly hair. She keeps it pretty updated. It always comes in handy when I am researching a new hair products.

So my experience with tightly curly method.
-Shampooed/conditioned as instructed
-Rinsed
-Conditioned as instructed
-Combed with the comb she recommended (with the shredder, Denman Brush I know better now)
-Define: first I tried the running my fingers through method but I have really thick hair so even though I combed it out my fingers began to get tangled, so I added more water and conditioner to see if that helps. Nope. Not at all. I tried to smooth out the curls as instructed, but only my ends smoothed out, my roots were puffy.
So then I tried the doodles method...ummm okay let me say this. I have 4c hair, when stretched it's almost BSL, but when wet and filled with conditioner it's shrinks and I look like that wig Erykah Badu use to wear, that's how my hair was looking because it was starting to dry AGAIN. So I had more water and conditioner and start to doodle, two hours later and only the front right side of my hair done I stopped. I have a billion individual curls. My hair didn't clump like Teri's (she has a different texture)nor was it weighed down and once I went outside in the heat that day, my hair swelled and I had a thick foxy brown afro, and it smelled really great cuse of all the conditioner I applied.

I loved the great smelling afro, but once I got home, Humidity hit hard, my hair was a bird's nest.

I will try again, maybe using a heavier conditioner, and with an Aloe Vera gel. But for now my curls define better with me just two stranding using water, hello hydration conditioner, EVOO, hair mayo and/or Shea moisture curl enhancing smoothie.

India said...

i dont think this will work on my 4c hair... my curl patteren isnt defined at all... i think its just going to give me a twa....

Dee said...

I have tried her method and personally for me I had to tweek it because I didn't like the results at all. My hair is 3c/4a and what works best for me is putting in the conditioner sopping wet in the shower, make sure my strands are well coated, and then squeeze the excess water from my hair. I have a couple of conditioners that I like my favorite is Cantu leave in conditioner, but leaving in the conditioner definately works for me. I can manipulate the style throughout the week by spritzing it or sometimes just rewetting in the shower and putting a little more product in.
I've went from w&G to updos, to pinups and twists with this method.
I think you just have to try it, and tweek it to your hair needs.
I love it now that I have customized it to my specific hair needs.

Felicia said...

I have a few you tube videos talking about my modified method and why its a good technique for me.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=negFlLzd0fE

I absolutely love this method and is very helpful in cutting down tangles for me, if i do it consistently. To me, the key is keeping hair moisturized (you may have to experiment with your fave LI/conditioner) and keeping your hair separated.

Tia said...

I tried this method once and my hair was freakishly HUGE. There are some things I just can't do with my hair and I am ok with that, lol

Anonymous said...

This method kept me from chopping/relaxing when my hair grew too long for my routine. I have since scrapped it because my hair is not too long (or I don't have enough patience), plus it doesn't give the volume I want and detangling is a b!#?h.

However, at the time it worked wonderfully well and I saved a lot of time and money. I was able to nurture and protect my hair while still wearing it out. also, it only works in the summer for me.

FreshHeiress said...

I tried this method on my 3 types of 4a/4b/4c hair. It felt & smelled great. But I have WAY too much hair to indiviually finger curl each strand. Some strands 4a are longer than others 4c so, some curls looks like flexi-rod curls others loooked like defined 4c coils. But I only got through half of my head before I stopped defining because my arms were killing me after 30 mins. I pinned the part I didn't finish up with a flower. And in Houston Humidity those finger curls swelled up into a chunky fro. I like my fro so, I rocked it but, I will never spend 1 hour doing this only for it to frizzy up & tangle at the ends.

Following this method doing Two-Strand Twist (using gel & shea butter to seal) has provided a decent style with stretched defined 4a-4b curls. I also have transitioned from chin length relaxed to shoulder length natural hair using this "Modified Styling" Tight Curly Method. Shampooing every week and conditioner-washing 2-3 a week. This method doesn't truly have a way to define my 4c curls. They ALWAYS frizz back up.

Wendi said...

I have been using this method for two years now and my hair has been thriving. Because I have tightly curly hair that shrinks like mad it doesn't look like it but I went from mid ear length to arm pit length now.

The only part of her method that I don't do is the braiding that she suggests for length. I'm not concerned about showing length so this works for me. Also, the upfront time to do this for me is about an hour to an hour and a half (depending on how distracted I am) but that's the first day of the week. The rest of the week I spritz with water, shake and go. I love this method and I'm so glad I found Teri's site (through CurlyNikki of course)!

Anonymous said...

This method has done wonders for me. I am a 3C with some 3B mixed in. I've been using it for 2 years and I had to actually try several of her recommended combing conditioners before I found one that my hair liked and didn't have product build up. I have been using Shikai Everyday Conditioner. I like it so much I started buying the gallon sized container online. Her refreshing method is what makes this routine work so well for me. Before, I used to take a spray bottle to my hair to refresh it and it always took too long to dry because a spray bottle gets your hair too wet. Her refreshing method means my hair is dry in about an hour. I wish I'd known about it years ago.

Anonymous said...

I've done this before, defining by shingling and smoothing methods. It felt nice, but those definition methods didn't work so well on my 4b/4c hair. After reading this, I decided to try again defining with "doodles". It's actually turning out well and the doodles are taking less time than it takes me to twist. I can't imagine doing this on longer hair (mine stretches down to my lower eyelashes in the front) but I think I'll start using it more, depending on how it turns out over the next few days.

That Girl said...

Honestly, I used this for about a year, before I noticed other curly hair blogs. I bought Teri's book, and I worked the system. the issue was, my hair 1) Lacked "funk" it just laid flat and didn't do much else 2) I had A LOT of flakes from the leave in, and 3) My hair didn't feel healthy like it does now.
When I stopped using it, my hair started growing like wildflowers, it was shinier, there was more versatility, and I really started to love it more. I feel like this method only works for a certain number of people, because only some people have a naturally defined curl pattern. I didn't feel her definition techniques gave my hair any definition.

Once upon a time said...

I've been doing this since I "discovered" conditioner back in the 1990s. I do pretty much her same method, minus the defining each curl. Teri put a name to it, and more power to her. I am glad the information is out there now for future curlies.

Lorian said...

LOL I have researched this method for 2 days straight. And finally, I of course had to go by some Tresseme...the product junkie in me knows it's a heavy conditioner. I made a few modifications. I know Teri has tight coils, but I also understand that her tight coils are not myyyyyyy super tight coils. So I slapped some Elasta QP intense conditioner on my dry hair and detangled first. I just know my hair likes that better. Then, I got in the shower...rinsed it...and then slapped obscene amounts of Tresseme all over my hair. Now the neuroticism in me took over. I have no patience to sit and define. I did a few "doodles" and they look awesome...but I can't be bothered with hours of styling. So I raked my hands through the rest and we'll see what happens. So far so good. The key is using tons of conditioner...that will also keep your hair from tangling like it does when you WnG with gel. The jury is still out though...I think it could keep my hair healthy if done right...but I'm never gunna do it right...so I don't really know what the heck to do now. LOL

Kelem said...

I absolutely love this method!!! Lately, I was experimenting some finger combing and smoothing larger hair strands. It works, but I don't have as many days after as I used to when did Teri's method. I did this method for more than a year and it was the only technique that worked for my 3c/4a (mostly) hair. The method helps a lot with growth retention, though due to the definition, hair doesn't look that longer. I def. recommend giving it a try, but don't do like me: the first attempt went totally wrong because I was full of prejudice about leaving the conditioner in.... used very little and the result was horrible. It took me months to try it again. Thanks God, I did it!!

Anonymous said...

I tried this method today and it worked wonders for my hair. I really wish I could post a picture on on this thread... LOL! I noticed that this method really tamed my tresses and did not puff out of control when it dried, as it normally would. The only downside is since my hair is so dark, there were tiny pieces of conditioner residue left in my hair (clearly visible), which I don't like at all. I washed with Herbal Essences "Hello Hydration" and left Suave's Almond and Shea Butter conditioner in my hair. After washing, it took about 30 minutes to "define" my curls with the conditioner.

KawaiiNerd said...

I have recently BC'd my hair and have found Terri's book. Before trying the method, my hair looked like a fuzz ball. It's been three days since I have tried the Tightly Curly method and I am loving it! I have 4b hair and it really brings out the definition of most of my curls. The key is to use your favorite heavy condition and sop your hair with it (I used Herbal Essence's Hello Hydration). I was nervous that it would make my hair feel sticky, but I'm glad to say that my curls are so pretty! I don't define them either, just run my hands through my hair. I don't know if I would keep doing this as my hair grows longer, however, but hopefully I can still keep getting away with just running my fingers through my curls to make them pop.

Anonymous said...

Has anyone tried this with a very twa? Does it work for short hair?

Mrs. Roots said...

I have to add that it's important to go to Teri LaFlesh's website and try the conditioner she recommends as combing conditioners. She posts the name of conditioners that clump curly Afro-textured hair well and dry without leaving too much of a residue. She also is careful not to recommend certain conditioners that have harmful ingredients, like sodium hydroxide, in them. So take heed.

I love the tightly curly method. I've been using it faithfully since May. What I like most about it is that it saves me money because I'm not using an arsenal of trendy, pricey products. I shampoo, rinse, condition, rinse condition, leave the conditioner in and my hair is done for the week. I bun my hair at night with a little olive oil on the ends, put on a satin bonnet, refresh in the morning with a spray bottle of water and conditioner. The curls last all week until my next shampoo! I have 3c hair and my hair loves the tightly curly method. Added bonus: my hair is actually retaining length using this method.

Anonymous said...

I tried Teri's method and I absolutely love the results! The residue was an issue on the first day but my hair feels so much better today (Day 2. In addition, my curls are super defined. I used Giovanni 50/50 and I am now ready to try some of the other conditioners that were mentioned. I have been using Eco styler for over a year and I never thought that I would give it up. Is Teri's method really that much better for our hair? I have 4a and 4b strands. I would really appreciate it if someone could share their thoughts/experiences on using gel vs conditioner as a styling tool.

dany06 said...

I tried this long ago but never gave it enough time to fully dry and see what the results would look like. Plus I had white residue left all over my head and it pretty much did nothing.

I also tried it again last night on my 19 month post relaxer transitioning hair and i tried two different conditioners on each side of my head. I find that the silicon laden pantene made my hair shiny and very defined. The tresemme left my hair dull and no definition and lots of shrinkage.

I think you really have to figure out what conditioner works with your hair. I find deep conditioners and sometimes more expensive ones give me slicker feel to my hair and really define my curls. I wouldnt mind using a lot of it but they usually cost a lot or dont come in large sizes.

Anonymous said...

the tightly curly method is something i had discovered accidentally on my own years ago when i could not yet tell a conditioner from a leave-in. it worked miracles for my hair in terms of softness and moisture and definition. my curls too looked much tighter which i love. i guess the only thing i don't like about the t.c. method is the fact that it makes my hair too flat. similar to the founder terri's hair, great curls but no volume. i guess she is more into length, but 4myself prefer volume now.
another thing is that the t.c. method controls frizz, which many seem to embrace, however i personally don't mind a little frizz into my curls and i actually find it quite unnatural to see curly hair super defined with no frizz whatsoever. but again, that's my own preference. i've seen the t.c. method on other people and many get the perfect volume with it, so it works great for them.
in general though, i would say it is a great method. a conditioner is a more concentrated form of a leave-in so for thicker unruly hair
it is a constant source of moisture and softness if kept in the hair 24/7.

Anonymous said...

I'm a Latina with super long curly hair. My hair has never fully "fit-in" to category, so I experimented and ended up using the method without knowing it was a coined method.

As other posters, I'm a product junkie. Yet, the VO5 and other cheap conditioners seems to do the trick. I wash, while wet add the conditioner (when it's humid out I add wrap lotion on top) comb and go. Refreshing during the day is as quick as wetting my hands and scrunching my curls up.

Thanks for the site, I found many useful tips.

cherryboo65 said...

since i started the tightly curly method my curls are at their best!

Anonymous said...

PENIS

R.S.G. said...

I know this is late, but I wanted to say Teri's technique has been a blessing for me. I have 3B/3C curls that are VERY delicate and fine. I love how the conditioner leave-in protects my hair from damage and makes it SOO soft. I can't recommend this enough.


The first time I tried it, I used Aussie Moist, which is recommended on her page. It was disappointing-- for whatever reason it made my scalp itch and my curls went limp, and it also left icky flakes. So I decided to try another conditioner, Organix Coconut Milk, and thank goodness I did. It is the best thing for my curls that I've tried yet, and it didn't leave any residue. So I would suggest to experiment a little with the conditioners.


I do individually curl each strand. It takes forever, but it's so worth it for me. My curls are springy and defined, and I do like a little volume, so while the conditioner is "setting" I clip a little bit of my hair at the top so it dries with more texture up there.
If I want my hair to have some more frizz, all I do is verrrry gently finger-comb it the next day and it gets bigger and bigger until it has the volume I love. Thanks so much, Teri!!!

ChicaRizada said...

I love the Tightly Curly method! It was the main reason I went natural, and Teri's website helped me through my transitioning process. I, too, bought her book, and it's a great read! I've experimented with lots of shampoos and conditioners using Teri's method, so TRESemme and Pantene (Anti-Breakage and NatureFusion Moisture Balance are the only 2 I've found without isopropyl alcohol or sodium chloride) are the best combing conditioners I've found for my curls. I tweak her method slightly (I DC weekly with Aussie Moist, grapeseed oil and coconut oil, and I add silicone serums and/or oils to all my conditioners), but for the most part, I follow her recommendations. Also, like many of the other commenters, my curls aren't like Teri's. It takes me at least 3 hours every week to comb and define my curls. But I continue to do it because it leaves my curls frizz free, shiny, defined, and ultra-moisturised. It's time consuming, but I'd recommend that every natural give it a go at least once.

MsA Jenn said...

I have a twa can I do the tightly curl method's?
MsA Jenn

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