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Natural Hair Tip: The Baggy Method

Natural hair Tip : “The Baggy Method”

The baggy method is typically used by women that find it hard to keep their hair moist and conditioned for long periods of time. The goal of the baggy method is to keep your hair moisturized and to prevent breakage. The ends of your hair are really delicate and are more prone to breakage. if they don’t get the adequate levels of moisture. The baggy method can be used daily after moisturizing and sealing your hair to lock in moisture. I use it mostly on my ends! It can be used on natural hair or relaxed hair!

This is very useful for those times when you feel like nothing you do to your natural hair will stop it from being dry. This will stop your natural hair from being dry especially your ends! You can use a heavy oil or a butter. This time i used Shea butter. You can use either that or castor oil or again, any other heavy oil that you may have.

My youtube tutorial will be releasing on how to do this this week!  http://www.Youtube.com/TheStrawberricurls

The youtube tutorial that will be titled “The Baggy Method” will also show a before and after of my ends before and after i baggy my hair!

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“The Baggy Method” Tutorial

SEE ALSO: How I Helped My Client Regrow Her Edges In 6 - 7 Months!

 

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  1. carlyfanjaxfan says:

    That is exactly how I baggy! I do it this way because my scalp is suddenly sensitive to oils so I just wrap the ends securely.

  2. i did this when i was rocking my twa, i probably should get back to it now that i have some length….

  3. Jo Somebody says:

    Your twists are just beautiful!

  4. Winona Johnson via Facebook says:

    I use this method on the night before wash day (usually 3-4 days in). I pile mine in a bun on top of my head with all the ends exposed and then wrap them in a baggie. Silk bonnet and it’s on…thanks for the suggestion. It stays so hydrated that way.

  5. Karen Alyssa via Facebook says:

    I had to do this last night and my hair is still dry. Time to find new products.

  6. Karen Alyssa via Facebook says:

    I deep condition every Friday night, shampoo Saturday morning with a shampoo bar, condition with Tresemme Naturals, rinse out, apply leave in, castor oil, and styling creme and go. It’s definitely the products. I’ve been trying a new product and I love the way my hair looks and feels after using it but my hair is just absorbing all of the product. Midday my hair is dry.

  7. Alexandria Adams via Facebook says:

    So that’s what meant by the baggy method!!!!

  8. Lisa Merdynes via Facebook says:

    Wow! Thank you. This is good to know. I still have a twa so I do two strang twist to hold in moisture which is very effective.

  9. Karen Alyssa via Facebook says:

    Thanks for the information. I couldn’t figure out what was going on with my hair. I was about to toss all my products thinking it was them. After researching I found that I did myself in this past weekend when I rinsed my conditioner out with cold water and then proceeded to add my oils and styling products on soaking wet hair. I was rushing because it takes my hair forever to dry!

  10. Alexandria Adams via Facebook says:

    Lol! Not really. I’ve just always heard on the boards ladies talking about baggying but never knew what it was!

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