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kerPLUNK - the art of plunking

While this goes against my "no towel turban" decree, this could be useful in a pinch - minus the drugstore products, of course. This is not a Do Not Rinse friendly tenchnique, rinse out the conditioner from your hair and apply a leave in conditioner like Ouidad Moisture lock, followed by Ouidad Playcurl Foam to replicate this look on waves and swaves - deva's B'leave in booster nourishes hair and amps up curls, paired with arc angel blended with a TINY drop of mirrorcurls and you have a devalicious prescription for coaxing out your natural swaves or waves.









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