Hair of the Day: Curls Gone Wild

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Today I did a fresh wash and go for work using Paul Mitchell "The Conditioner" as my leave-in and Blue Eco Gel as my styler on top - and this time instead of my usual center part, I rocked a side part which had my curls in front [mis]behaving and a bit on the wild side ;) This was my first time trying the Paul Mitchell leave-in, and so far I love it in combination with the Blue Eco Styler! My curls were popping everywhere - especially once they started to dry and shrink up a bit over the course of the day. If I can replicate the curl results I got today a few more times I can totally see this leave-in being added to my staples. Yes, it was THAT good. In fact, I was loving my hair so much I had to have myself a little wash and go photoshoot after work today (Yes I know that's lame...don't judge me, LOL).



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12 comments

  1. Great shots! Your curls are popping and I like how defined they are.

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    1. Thanks JenJen! My hair seems to really like the Paul Mitchell/Blue Eco combo! It was very well behaved that day LOL :)

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  2. Very nice sis!!! Awesome Photo Shoot!!!:-p

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    1. Thanks chica!!! I got a little carried away with the pics that day, LOL :)

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  3. Wow! Fabulous. Your curl definition is intoxicating!

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  4. Wow that's some serious curl definition!

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    1. Thanks so much Native New Yorker! This wash and go product combo was a winner!

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  5. Oh my goodness. SO pretty. I hate wash & gos because my hair takes forever to dry, but you've got me wanting to give it another shot lol. I used to use The Conditioner way back when. Love that stuff!

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    1. Thanks Anonymous!! My Wash & gos take forever to dry too!! Like a whole day, LOL :) But even so you should totally give it another go. The Conditioner is so bomb! :)

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