In my last post I shared a quick method of doing my wash and go. Since I did the video tutorial I have been getting questions about the white residue as well as whether my hair is crunchy after it dries.
Consequently I went ahead and recorded a video showing my hair when it’s dry as well as how I get rid of any crunch. Have a watch:
As you can see from the video my hair dries completely clear. There are no flakes are residue left once my hair is dry.
As for the crunch. I love crunch. Crunch means that your style is going to last a very long time before becoming frizzy so it’s really a blessing. Crunchy curls can look really flat a lifeless though and I understand that some people just don’t like the crunchy feeling. Admittedly I like it when my curls look and feel soft but with lots of hold. To achieve this I scrunch some oil into my hair as per the video.
Here are some closeups of what my hair looks like completely dry and fluffed.
Products and Tools Used
- Metal Hair Pins: Similar ones here –http://amzn.to/2xBVYaI
- Olive Oil: http://amzn.to/2hERBB6
- Hair Pick: Similar here- http://amzn.to/2xF8NB7
- Eco Styler Olive Oil Gel: http://amzn.to/2hERBB6