Saturday, September 1, 2012

Rolled Mohawk on Natural Hair

I recently posted the following pics on Facebook and I received a few questions about how I achieved the style. 


I decided to do a quick post that shows exactly what I did to create Anisa's rolled mohawk look. 

The Steps

I started with clean, moisturized and detangled hair. Next, I created several ponytails in a mohawk formation. I twisted the ponytails as a way to keep the hair tangle free until I was ready to create the rolls. 




I began creating the rolls in the back and worked my way to the front. For each roll I simply separated the twists into 2 sections, rolled each section separately and pinned them into place. 



I continued in the same fashion until I reached the front. 



Each roll was rolled towards the back except the last two rolls in the front. I separated the front twist into 4 sections. Two of the sections were rolled towards the back and two were rolled towards the front. 


The Result



What Changed?
Anisa's hair looks a little different from the first style. This is due to her recent eczema flair ups. Her hair/scalp are resting now so I created very loose ponytails. Her hair/scalp were also heavily moisturized prior to styling. 

Bedtime Prep
I remove all pins from her hair prior to bedtime. The ponytails were also loosened even more. She sleeps with a satin bonnet and a satin pillowcase. 

Products
Aubrey Organics Ultra-Smoothing Conditioner
Spectrum Organic Virgin Coconut Oil
Shea Moisture Yucca and Aloe Thickening Growth Milk
Ouchless Bands
Hair Pins 















4 comments:

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    1. Thanks Precious! I really do appreciate it!!

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  2. GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!! You do such an amazing job with your babies and their hair!!! :)

    Char~

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    1. Thanks Charlotte! That means a lot coming from you!

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