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curl definition for 4b hair

| August 8, 2011 | 4 Comments

If you desire to have curl definition for 4b hair, there are a few tools and products you must acquire. First you must know that 4b texture definition is coarse and tightly coiled natural hair (based on Andre Walker’s Black Hair Types hair system). Below is a list of the items you will need to create defined curls:

Denman Brush

  • You can get a generic brand of this brush at your local beauty supply store.

Leave-in Conditioner

  • This can be of your discretion. Choose your favorite leave-in conditioning agent.

Spray bottle

  • Add water and a natural essential oil such as olive oil, coconut oil, etc. (optional) to spritz the hair wet while styling each section.

Eco Styler Gel

  • This product line has a spread of gels, so choose the one that works for you.

iPod

  • :) Just a little music to entertain you, defining curls can take as much as 3 hours depending on the length and thickness of your thirsty roots

Directions to defining your curls:

After shampooing and conditioning your hair, section of your hair in small 2 inch thin sections and make sure its soiled with water (use you spray bottle to wet sections that have already dried). Add a dime size amount of eco styler gel to the wet section of hair. Brush through the section with Denman brush to define your curls, then twirl strands of hair around your finger. Continue this process through your whole head section by section. Then you can either sit under a hood dryer or bonnet, or air dry until your hair is thoroughly and completely dry. These curls can last up to a week.

 

 

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My goal is to teach myself and others about our beautiful black hair and to have a place where we can come together to get examples, advice, and information of black hair growth and hairstyles. Whether you have permed, pressed, or natural hair its still black hair and it's beautiful.

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  1. Wannetta says:

    I just found this site. I am also natural. I enjoy wearing cornrows and twist but would like to expand my range of natural hairstyles by achieving curls in my hair. Ny hair is ’4b’. I love the advice regarding how to achieve curls. Im definitely going to try it out. Websites like this encourage ladies like myself to continue wearing unprocessed hair and to feel beautiful and confident whilst doing so.

  2. Jovani says:

    I’m gonna try this out as soon as I do my Chop!

  3. niike says:

    yaaay! about to start my hair journey. spo excited i found ids site..im gona try dis as sun as i do my big chop too :D

  4. Carol says:

    I have been so afraid to do the big chop. This site has given me some courage. My hair has broken off badly and is very uneven. I know the only way back to healthy hair is doing the chop, along with healthy eating and proper hair care. I just really want to say I love this site and thanks for the encouragement.

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