Part I, Part II & Part III
Wearing your natural hair in a curly do, usually means having to forfeit length. Styling your natural hair through any of the sets, (twist, braids, rods, straws, rollers) tends to make your natural curl pattern curl up shorter. But there are ways to fight the shrinkage on natural hair, to show its length whilst keeping it curly, and here they are...
...Welcome in the stretch series (all methods in 1 place!!!)
GOOD Roller / BAD ROLLER?
Sometimes when our sets fail, it is not the fault of inexperienced fingers; sometimes we can actually blame the roller itself. With so many designs, you may not be using the best roller for you or your hair type. Here's how to spot when and how to check if the roller you are using is good enough...
The final part of The Stretch Series: Part 3. After reading this post you will be a stretching sets Queen savant! Completing the three-part-course of stretching to successfully elongate your curly lengths.
When shrinkage causes the finished style length to be way shorter than you expected, Part III, Stretch after you Set will show you the ways to gain length. This is the final piece of the natural girls' set-wearing tool kit, from stretching before wet sets to all the methods for gaining length after, on completed styles. We must be ready for whatever your curls decide to do. So let's get to it...
stretching prior to setting II
It's time for Part 2 in the stretch series. As in Part 1, the stretch series goes through each method of elongating your curls. We detail the best ways of doing each technique, its drawbacks, advantages and the situations that make a particular stretching method more suitable than the next.
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