“I then rinse the I’m an April woman I have 3 sides the quiet and sweet the funny and crazy and the side you never want to see shirt Furthermore, I will do this hair and dry it off with either a T-shirt or a towel. I prefer to use T-shirts because the fibres are a lot gentler on curls. Once the water is mostly absorbed, I apply conditioner to damp hair all over, pulling it through from roots to ends to make sure the hair is fully saturated.” “I randomly section off the hair with my fingers, and detangle each section with a wide-tooth comb or a detangling brush, like a Tangle Teezer, starting at the ends and working up to the roots, to work the conditioner through. As I’m finished with each section, I’ll twist it so that the hair isn’t losing any moisture. Your hair also gets a nice treatment as it sits in the twists. You can leave the conditioner in for like 20 minutes if you want so that it absorbs really nicely.” “Rinse out the conditioner, either with the twists in or unravel them for a more thorough rinse. Either way, at this point, your hair will be detangled and ready for styling. I think it’s really important that your cleansing and conditioning routine has that moisturizing slip because it really aids with styling, whether you’re going to blow it out, re-twist it or leave it out naturally.”
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With heavy government-ordered pandemic measures back in place in many COVID-19 hotspots, including mandated salon closures, the I’m an April woman I have 3 sides the quiet and sweet the funny and crazy and the side you never want to see shirt Furthermore, I will do this state of many of our nails has, once again, landed entirely in our own hands. One scroll through celebrity nail artist and KISS Nails ambassador Gina Edwards’ Instagram page and we’re sure you’ll be convinced that, with more weeks at home inevitably still to come, this social-distancing era is prime time to embrace press-on nails and practice your nail-art skills. Since the spring, the sought-after editorial manicurist has been blessing our feed with whimsical stick-on nails that she’s been coordinating with her face coverings, and they’ve been a much-welcomed source of joy during the pandemic. So when we got the opportunity to catch up with Edwards virtually, we had to ask her about the go-to items in her quarantine nail kit and the nail look we’ll likely see her rocking this holiday. Read on for what she shared.