How to Make African-American Hair Wavy With a Leave-In Conditioner

Leave-in conditioner is an integral tool that will be used when making hair wavy. Make African American hair wavy with a leave-in conditioner withhelp from a celebrity hair stylist in this free video clip. Expert: Michelle O’Connor Bio: Michelle O’Connor is a celebrity hairstylist. Filmmaker: Richard Benton Series Description: The way that you take care of and maintain your hair can be just as if not more important than how you style it. Learn how to take care of your hair with help from a celebrity hairstylist in this free video series.
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15 Comments

  1. ballerina739 says:

    i love this video. i really need it to know how to stlye my hair in different ways.

  2. Kendall McIntyre says:

    Ok, so do I sleep with the braids in?

  3. Rockstarrism says:

    You should probably sleep with the braids in? Or no because the model could have never slept in the studio…xD

  4. maia carroll says:

    soooooooo….i’m just going to um go now….bye

  5. 1122Be says:

    I understand what your saying I kind of agree with you but you know, you could use the same method to get your natural hair to wavy up or curl. you probably won’t have the same results because you wouldn’t be starting out with straight hair but braid outs are really great for natural kinky hair especially if you use good products like the shea moisture line:)

  6. Poofgurl7398 says:

    same!!

  7. ovadaheadproductions says:

    I want to find how to wave up my kinky natural hair!

  8. ovadaheadproductions says:

    Ya it sure is FALSE!! I wanted to know how to make my natural hair wavy without having to damage it with heat and this what i found. A waste of my time.

  9. ganjalova says:

    They’re Black alright but the model’s hair doesn’t have that typical shrunken tightly coiled African texture.It’s quite easy to make straight hair wavy cmon this video’s title is false advertising!

  10. marymarymariposa says:

    Huh??I’m confused, which one are you saying isn’t Black? The stylist and the client both look of African descent to me.

  11. XsmileyNicole1 says:

    She not even black?!!!!!

  12. 411blah411 says:

    Definitely. There would be no issue with creating curls with someone with natural african american hair

  13. Vbaby706 says:

    I don’t understand why these “African American” hair textured videos feature someone that looks biracial, racially ambiguous, or their hair is not coarse whatsoever………most black people I know don’t have hair of this texture. I don’t even have hair of this texture…

  14. XOtilweoverdose says:

    how long do you leave the braids in for?

  15. AlirennRenee says:

    Does she have a perm?

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