Styling Up a Cute Coil Out, Using Miss Jessie's Coily Custard
Happy TGIF Curly Queens! As you prepare to get yourself gorgeous for the weekend, consider giving this hair tutorial for a cute coil out a try. I know what you must be thinking, "Haven't you shown us how to do a finger styling coil out before?"
source: youtube.com, user: Miss Jessie's Original
Well this tutorial, by YouTube vlogger, El Naturale, is slightly different because it uses the styler, Miss Jessie's Coily Custard.
source: youtube.com, user: El Naturale
What You Need For Both Demos:
- Miss Jessie's Curly Pudding or Miss Jessie's Coily Custard
- A Wide Toothed Comb
- A Hair Clips (to separate sections)
- A spritz bottle with water, for a little extra moisture as you style
And what is the difference between these two products? Both Coily Custard and Curly Pudding both provide excellent curl definition, highlighting your copious curl patterns, and also provides curls with a healthy dose moisturize that creates luminescent shine. However, Curly Pudding is notorious for its incredibly firm hold. While this strong hold can be incredibly beneficial for some styles, if you are looking for something a little lighter, Coily Custard is the styling product for you. Infused with agave and coconut oil, Coily Custard combats frizz and shrinkage, leaving luscious curls and coils looking elongated and smooth, while feeling soft to the touch. Start by shampooing hair with the cleanser, Miss Jessie's Co-Wash (formerly known as Miss Jessie's Créme de la Curl), and conditioning hair with Miss Jessie's Créme de la Créme, to begin styling with a fresh foundation. Then simply follow the steps as illustrated within these tutorials, to create and ultra fabulous look. You can also check out my blog, How to do a Coil Out in 6 Steps, for a written step by step guide for creating a chic coil out.
Happy styling curlfriends!