Begin by washing your hair, follow this link if you want advice on how to wash your hair:
Towel dry your hair appropriately, do not take the towel and vigorously rub at your scalp or hair shaft, this will cause breakage or weaken your hair. Begin by splitting your hair in half at the nape of your neck. Then split it in another half going from the top, crown section of your head, to the back of your ear; this makes four sections. Take a small amount of conditioner and run it through the back left portion, you can always add more if you need to, then take a little more product and spread it through the opposite back section. Take a bit more for the front left and then a little more for the opposite front section. Now that you have the product everywhere, use your fingers or a wide tooth comb to comb through the sections. If you wear your hair natural then leave your hair to air dry. If your hair is curly or wavy then you should use a product that adds texture. Apply the product in the same way as the leave in conditioner and then let the hair air dry.
For ringlets, this time start in the back. Take a clip and section everything but two inches, more or less depending on how much hair you have, at the nape of your neck. Take a dime size amount of either texture cream, mouse mixed with gel, or your favorite product for curls, and apply it to that small two inch section, make sure that section is coated enough from root to ends. Next, take about an inch sub-section and curl that section by twirling with your finger all the way down, top to bottom. Take your next sub-section and twirl it in the opposite direction. Keep going through that section twisting each sub-section in the opposite direction. After you are done with that section, let down another two inch, give or take, section and apply the product to that section. Begin twirling the first sub-section and then a second in the opposite direction. Keep doing this until you get to the top, then part your hair with a middle part or a side part. After you part your head, continue taking small sections through your sides, continue twisting in alternate directions, meeting at your part. Let this air dry. This is perfect for the Spring and Summer.
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