My desire for success is stronger than my fear of failure.
And with that said, I tried something new and my first attempt with finger coils was surprisingly successful. I simply used my index finger and wrapped my hair around it until it was very curly. Then, I let it go gently so that I wouldn’t ruin the curl pattern I created. Have you tried this? If so, share your story.
1. My index finger :).
2. Beautiful textures moisture butter.
3. Eco Styler olive oil gel.
This is what the finger coils look like after I completed them. My hair was still wet here. I didn’t do that many coils because it is time-consuming to unravel them, but I made sure they were very neat.
This photo was snapped on day 5 of wearing this style. It was starting to get a bit frizzy, but the curls held up. They were still very tight and springy.
Beautiful Textures Moisture Butter, where have you been all of my life?! This is my new favorite product. My hair is very thick and it works wonders for my twist outs, braid outs, and Bantu Knot outs. It also smells amazing! Retail price between $5.49 and $6.99.
Eco Styler Olive Oil Gel. Heaven in a bottle. I’ve seen a lot of posts where bloggers say that this product doesn’t work for them. It works great for my hair. I use it lightly for twists and braids, and heavier for updo’s and buns. The moment this touches my hair, it curls up like Jerry Curls. I have 2 large bottles! I never want to run out :). Retail price between $2.85 to $3.99. The larger containers cost more.