This isn't my first rodeo folks, I have dealt with a fro since a young age.

Oh wait... You need a zoom in? 

  Over the past couple years I have decided to revisit my childhood, and sport the red fro.  
Since it's obviously highly desirable, here's how you do it...
Step 1: Twist small pieces of hair until they start rolling up into these beautiful knots.  Before you start rolling the piece spray with some water and hairspray.  The smaller and more frequent they are the tighter the curls.  Also, obviously the longer you leave them in, the tighter the curls.  I slept with my over night.
We literally woke up like 30 seconds before this was taken, you can't tell can you? We're both so photogenic.  The reason Danny took a picture is because Pearl has never seen my hair like his and she was laughing and squealing so much.  It was hysterical. 

Step 2: Make sure the knots are dry, if they are unroll.  If not, blow dry each one for a while to make sure they are dry.  When they are, unroll and begin to separate the pieces.  
Step 3:  Start the teasing, depending on how big and outrageous you want your fro.
(Tip: The bigger the Fro, the bigger the fun)
Step 4: Fluff and Spray with hairspray.
Step 5: Enjoy being the total envy of your party.  

...Well that, or the laughing stock.  With me, it was probably the latter.

Step 6: Have fun the next day with the mess that is dreads.

 When Millie saw me unpicking this fun mess she yelled, "Hey, Brave!"


meg bird said…
There are no words.

That's the best thing I've seen in a long time. And it looks amazing on you! Seriously, gorgeous.

haha I'm so glad you blog. I love your life.
Janeal said…
This is awesome! have you tried sponge curlers? I get the same result.
Lauren said…
Haha this is hilarious/awesome!
Grandma Cher said…
What mother taught such hair treatments. Luckily you girls were cute no matter what I did!
Darrell said…
You are Brave for sure. Is there any "do" you cannot rock like a star?!

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