I ended up shampooing with Paul Mitchel Super Skinny Shampoo(once) and applied Mizani Moisture Fuze Conditioner for about 3 minutes. Okay much better. Ha! Yall I am still learning, please bare with me.
I kept contemplating whether I wanted to do a rollerset or not, but then I was checking out Age of Atl's blog as I was DCing and came across her post on Rollersetting Texlaxed Hair. After reading I knew I had to give it a try. I've attempted rollersetting a few times and always end up quitting and doing something else to my hair. I didnt know what I was doing wrong. I even tried searching for tips and how to's. I found a site that explained but was not very discriptive. I just couldn't get it. Her post is very informative and detailed and she includes a youtube video that helped her get the technique down. If you are a beginning rollersetter like me, you need to check out her post. I instantly realized what I was doing wrong and although it didnt come out 100% perfect it was waaaaay better than any past attempts. I was actually able to secure the rollers alot better than in the past. I also think I was making my sections too small. I didn't even know of the roll-roll-pull technique to get the hair taut.
Okay so let's try this again....I started prepping my hair for my rollerset. I parted my hair in four sections (from ear to ear and front to nape). Here are the products I used except I used my Organix Coconut Milk Anti Breakage Serum for my sealer (not pictured). I rolled each section one at a time using a mix of purple and red magnetic rollers.
|Please excuse the mess on my dresser|
I sat under my hair dryer for about maybe 45 minutes or it may have been a little less. I think a couple in the back were still a teeny bit damp as you can see from the very loose curl in the back.