How did I achieve this look?
This was the first time i used it so i wasn't sure what to expect. It say's it supposed to thicken, volumize, and soften. I've only used it once so far so i will wait before i give it any review but obviously I love the outcome of my hair!
I didn't take a picture of my twists because I didn't expect them to be anything great, but i basically did a side part, parted about 2 inches out in the front and did 2 flat 2 strand twists going from the part to either ear, then did all of the rest going straight back and put on a bonnet. When i took my hair out it was defined but all over the place, especially now that it's at a bit of a wierd length, being moreso in between long and short now. I started moving my hair about to see what might look suitable because the prospect of bangs wasn't looking like an option. Once I moved my hair into this position I automatically loved it, as I started tugging pieces into place. I then decided to blow out the roots to stretch it just a little more, except for the right side above my ear because I was digging the asymmetrical look as I got around to that side. I stuck a few push pins (the open U-shaped ones) in different places around the top of my hair to secure it from the wind and used a little of Aveda's Air Control Hair Spray, which is a soft, brushable, layering hairspray; You choose your hold. My hair was perfect, still soft and bouncy and in place with hardly any frizz, just good frizz :)
I'm going to try to reacheive this look today, as i retwisted last night, except using the Shea Moisture Coconut Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie... I hope i can achieve similar or better results!