The moment I purchased that Havana mambo twists and talked about my install in this video, I knew I would be reusing this hair. After wearing them for about 10 weeks, I carefully removed them and stored them in my closet to be used later.
Later is here and I’ve reinstalled this same hair in what I like to call a protective style remix. After soaking the twists in a mixture of gentle shampoo, ACV and warm water to remove any reside from my previous install, I allowed the twists to dry completely and reinstalled them in my hair.
I did say the new style was a remix, right? Check out this video to see what I did to the hair to get a different look the second time around:
Hair extensions can be pretty expensive, and I don’t want you throwing your hard-earned money away. If it’s possible for you to reuse some hair, do it!
You’ve seen the microblading brow sculpting process here on our blog, and you have some doubts. Even though we’ve shown you what microblading does, how microblading is done and we’ve told you how long microblading lasts….
you might still have questions.
You might be wondering what your brows will really look like after the procedure is done.
Having sensitive-oily-hyperpigmentation-prone skin, I’m always on the hunt for products that will help me have my best, healthiest skin possible.
Ever heard of sheet masks?
While living in Korea for over a year, I learned about sheet masks from the Asian girls in my apartment building. I spent many weekends wandering around the Seoul shopping districts, in and out of department store beauty counters, soaking up ALL of the beauty secrets.