Perm Rod Set | Tutorial | Natural 4c Hair

Hey Guys,

Another first. I think I will try this style on stretched hair next time and add gel to hold the curls. I will record it for you if I do an alternative style.

What you need:

  • Perm Rods
  • Cantu Shea Butter Coconut Curling Cream
  • Cantu Shea Butter Leave -in Conditioner with Argan Oil
  • Ndanaka ‘So Shea’ Hair Butter

 

How To:

  • Apply leave-in
  • Apply ‘So Shea’
  • Apply styling cream
  • Roll hair as shown onto the perm rod
  • Leave to dry completely
  • Unravel
  • Split and style

And thats it!

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