Don’t you just love a high puff? I think it’s the cutest ever on natural hair… all those coils and kink on the top of your head, aaaw GORGEOUS. It can be rather difficult though to achieve it on shorter hair but, force it till you make it. I often find that keeping my transitioning hair at bay when doing a high puff is a mission so I found a few ways to make sure that the puff stays put for the whole working day.
What you need.
- Wide tooth comb
- Sealing oil
- Water like product or water in a spritz bottle.
Make sure that your hair is stretched and then Apply you Water, moisturizer and seal your hair making sure that it is nice and damp. This will make manageability much easier and there is your LCO done. You want to make sure that your hair is thoroughly detangled so I would advice to do this hair style on your detangling day or make an exception for that day. With that said, detangle your hair thoroughly. Then apply a bit of styling gel to your hair focusing on the outer parts. You don’t want to apply too much because styling gel tends to dry with white residue, but you can lightly build up if you feel it is not enough. Then brush your hair down gently and again do this on the outer sections only this will assist with the laid effect. Finally hold your hair together and tie it up with your hair tie. Cover your hair with your satin scarf.
If you are doing this the night before then you can leave it on over night. If in the morning then I would advise to do it right after your shower/bath and let the gel set while getting ready.
And voala, there is your high puff.
Do you like the high puff look?