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Acheiving a Fierce Wash-n-Go

By January 27th, 202115 Comments


  • Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the fierce twa advice. Gotta try that beanie!

  • Unknown says:

    I'm curious of the process of using both the Cantu shea butter leave in WITH Eco styler gel… no white balls? What's the process?

  • Anonymous says:

    LMAO @ "tap tap tap" and making videos in a towel. I will try shaking and taping next time I do a wash and go.

  • mood_indigo says:

    Lovely hair ladies!! Yes, the shake method works, not matter what your hair length. LMAO at "tap, tap, tap." 🙂

  • Anonymous says:

    I have been shaking for awhile now, it really helps. I use ecostyler after co-washing and I just shake it and hope I don't pull anything lol.

  • SoulfulSista says:

    Love those videos. I've been doing the shake lately too.

  • Alex says:

    Awww thanks everyone. Please check out my other videos. I am a makeup artist working for MAC now, so I can help in that aspect as well.

  • Anonymous says:

    They both have gorgeous hair!!! Almost makes me wanna BC now!

  • EmmaG says:

    Your TWA looks very nice. 1 question:
    What do I do in New York in winter? Perhaps you only do it at night and let it dry overnight?. I so want to take a chance and try it.

  • CurlySha says:

    @Alex YES SOROR WORK IT!! I saw your youtube video of your 1 year journey and not only do we have the same hair type but I need to get up on these MAC classes because your make-up is fierce!! Love it! *elephant hugs*

    @LoveIslandBeauty I'm sooo taking notes!

  • Anonymous says:

    I do the head shake as well and she's absolutely right; I have yet to find a better way to get rid of excess water and have great curl definition. My curls are so formed after a head shake it looks like I have a jeri-curl (lol).

  • curlya says:

    Great videos. I have to look them up on youtube. Hope to get that shake down soon…
    2 1/2 months post BC! 🙂

  • Anonymous says:

    she is shaking the hell outta her hair! it looks painful! and lmao @ baby hairs 🙂

    i don't do my WNGs quite the same. i put a leave-in, KCCC, and CD Mimosa Hair Honey on soaking wet hair, then put a microfiber towel on for 10 minutes. then i shake it out and diffuse on low. then, i finish with a little vatika oil.

  • Natural-ness (LV) says:

    I agree, gorgeous hair ladies!! I must try the shake method!

  • Unknown says:

    I love the looks these two ladies do. I go to their pages religiously. lol they are a definite inspiration to me as i continue on my natural hair journey 🙂

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