For as long as I can remember, hair has been a thing. I have coveted bouncin’ and behavin’ hair. My bathroom was not unlike a potions lab as I tried to get the right combo to make my hair go from kinky and out of control to sleek and hot. When I decided to loc my hair, I finally got the hair I wanted – healthy and thick – and when it looks good, I feel good.
It what seems to be the circle of life, my teen, The Bee, has begun to dabble and experiment with her hair. She wears braids but since starting high school, has expressed an interest in wearing it out and possibly straightening it with either a chemical processing or through the aid of a blow dryer. In true fashion, I panicked because I just. can’t. do. hair. To be honest, I locced *my* hair because I have always felt inadequate and am not ashamed to admit that someone else does my daughter’s hair because I just do not know how.
Thank goodness for video. It has been a game changer and brings me much relief. I have found inspiration for my hair and my teen has gained confidence when it comes to experimenting with her own. Check out these how-to videos, where expert Ursula shows you her top 5 favorite looks to help you discover your own authentic style.
Other videos to inspire you: the High Bun:
or the Blunt Bang:
No matter what type of hair type or texture you may have, Motions products will keep your hair looking as strong and beautiful as you are, enabling you to achieve a unique style that is all your own! Let me add that if the education and videos like these provided in this post were around when I first started messing about in my hair, I would be rocking a totally different look.
If you’re eager to try out these looks for yourself, Walgreens has a special deal on Motions products in September. Kits are 25% off and select Motions products are on sale for only $3.49!
r’s note: This is a sponsored post for Motions through The bLink Marketing Network and Lunchbox, all opinions are 100% my own.
This is a sponsored post for Motions through The bLink Marketing Network and Lunchbox, all opinions are 100% my own.