Hey, Curlies. Today, I’m going to show you four simple Valentine’s Day styles. I’m starting off with a braid out. I’ve already unraveled most of the braids. Now, I will get started on the rest. I’m going to coat my braids with my
whipped coconut oil and Shea butter mixture. Comment below
if you would like to know my recipe. I am gently applying the cream to the ends and working my way up the braid. Now, I will carefully unravel. I’m going to apply some of the mixture to my
hairline as well. This will help to soften the hair. Last braid. I’m just going to do the
same thing to this braid. Apply the oil to the end of the hair, working
my way up, and then unravel. Sometimes, I like to reverse the braid. When I’m able to do this it creates a tidier braid out. I’m nearly finished with the braid out then is it’s onto the hairstyles. Finally done. Woo! Let us begin! Full Out Knock Out! I’m tossing it around a little bit just to make it fluffier. Now, I’m arranging the sections according to my preference. It’s that simple. Sideways Beauty Here, I’m just going to toss all of my hair to the left side. And that’s it. The Side Bow Here, I’m going to use one bobby pin and a bow that I tied from a red ribbon. I’m going to insert the bobby pin into the bow where the knot is. Then insert the flat side into my hair. And there, you have it. Bun and Bow I’m going to use a hair tie and flip my hair over forward, gather the hair up into a ponytail on the top of my head. Then, I will bun it and tuck the ends in to prevent them from sticking out. I’ll use this small comb to secure the back to make sure that it does not fall down. Now, I’m going to use a bobby pin to tuck in any other ends that I missed. Now, it’s time for the bow. I’ll place it underneath the bun in the back and that’s the end of the style. Which style is your favorite leave your
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