Last night I was so excited to see Charlie’s Angels with a curly girl kicking into action, looking glam and getting the guy! It doesn’t happen often. I was led to embrace my natural curls about 4 years ago, but I’m not a natural hair zealot. I don’t try to convert anyone’s style.
Still, I couldn’t help but feel a little giddy watching those curls bounce when Kate (Annie Lionzeh) was incognito as a photographer, saving the day, or ending a long one in that cute canary-print dress. Actually, I like the style of all three characters. Executive producer, Drew Barrymore has a hit with Charlie’s Angels.
Maybe I was really feeling the show and the style because I was in the middle of my own style production-Denise’s Tangles. Yes, Thursday usually ends up being the night I do my hair. This week I really wanted as less fuss as possible. Here’s what I did.
I started out with Hair Rules Aloe Grapefruit Purifying Shampoo. It was my first time using this product, and I liked it. First of all, it had a refreshing scent of grapefruit which is relaxing. I need as much aromatherapy as I can get, having a tender scalp. But it lathered well and it didn’t strip my hair. It’s designed to remove build-up and it did. It’s made with grapefruit and aloe, which is probably why I didn’t have a lot of snapping and breakage. My hair felt nourished.
I followed by conditioning with Knot Today by Kinky Curly. I’ve talked about this product before. So good I had to tweet about it and I wasn’t surprised at the Retweets. Definitely a good detangler.
Next, I needed curl definition. I used Tea and Honey Blends Curl Definer. I love this product because it is so easy. There’s no special technique, waving of the hands, flipping of the hair or doing the hokey-pokey. Just rub it on your hair and go! Just a couple of minutes with the blowdryer to avoid the drips-but that’s optional.
Watch full episodes of Charlie’s Angels on ABC, here.