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Ebony and her doodling technique #teamnatural #naturalhair

Tuesday, February 22, 2011


"Sometimes a wash n go isn't enough to give you defined, long lasting coils.'s Teri LaFlesh has inspired many people with tight curls and coils with what she calls Doodles---a term she got from her mother. "Doodling" helps separate and define natural curl and coils. I'll show you how... "

Step one:

As with any hairstyle, you must start with clean hair. I section my hair in 6 chubby twists to prepare for shampooing, conditioning, and detangling. (When I don't want a definite part in my hair, I add a chubby twist at the top.) Twisting hair before cleansing will help minimize tangles, matting, and knots. One of my favorite low sulfate shampoos is's Herbal Shampoo Almond.

Products/tools that will be used: Going-Natural's Herbal Shampoo Almond, No More Knots Detangler, Silky Shea Hair Butter and Herbal Gel, Butterfly Clips, Spray bottle filled with water, Tangle Teezer (detangling tool), and fingers!!!!

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