How I straighten my naturally thick curly hair

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I don’t straighten my curls often, but when I do I use my curl routine to cut down on time! I usually wash my hair the night before I am going to straighten it so that I can air dry and put part it into four sections to braid. When I am ready to straighten my hair I un-braid one section, put a heat protector on it and use a blow dryer to get the braided waves out. I put more heat protector on my hair and then I start to tackle the beast that is my hair! I repeat that process three times over to straighten my naturally thick curly hair.

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September Challenge Day 14: What five must haves would I have in my dream house?

  1. Granite Granite Granite!
  2. Hardwood floor and a nice spiral staircase
  3. Walk- in closets.
  4. A huge window with a view.
  5. An open floor plan in the kitchen with a huge island.
  6. A room dedicated to books/education or a nice study room.

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