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Girls Who Love Curls Makeover

Lauren Salapatek | September 23, 2011 | 11:31 AM
AFTER. Finger comb for the result. Shampoo after minimum of 8 hours. Results should last 4 to 6 weeks.
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BEFORE
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STEP 1: After shampooing (twice) and towel drying the hair, squeeze one ounce Girls Who Love Curls into bowl. Apply with a brush from roots to ends. Repeat as necessary until all hair is evenly saturated.
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STEP 2: Dry hair in its natural curl pattern with diffuser, hood dryer, or air dry. Hair must be thoroughly and totally dry.
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STEP 3: Starting at the nape, curl iron each ringlet holding iron on hair for minimum of 2-3 seconds each, then release. Repeat process until all hair has been ironed. Use a Tela styling product for final styling finish.
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This college student from Ramapo University says humid days were "unbearable" with her frizzy hair. To fix this problem, Tela Beauty Organics' creator Philip Pelusi performed a treatment called "Girls Who Love Curls." See the exclusive steps provided by Tela Beauty Organics.

STEP 1: After shampooing (twice) and towel drying the hair, squeeze one ounce Girls Who Love Curls into bowl. Apply with a brush from roots to ends. Repeat as necessary until all hair is evenly saturated.

STEP 2: Dry hair in its natural curl pattern with diffuser, hood dryer, or air dry. Hair must be thoroughly and totally dry.

STEP 3: Starting at the nape, curl iron each ringlet holding iron on hair for minimum of 2-3 seconds each, then release. Repeat process until all hair has been ironed. Use a Tela styling product for final styling finish.

STEP 4: After. Finger comb for the result. Shampoo after minimum of 8 hours. Results should last 4 to 6 weeks.

 

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