My dear friend, a Unitarian Minister came to visit me in Oakland last month from Boulder Colorado.
We had not seen each other for many months so we had a lot to catch up on. Early on in the visit she told me she needed some stylist tips because her hair was just not behaving properly. She said, "It was frizzy sometimes and sometimes too flat." This would just not do for someone who is in the public eye on a regular basis.
Oh, if only I had a dollar for every time someone said to me, "Can I take you home with me? I can never style my hair at home the way you do."
So, my friend, hanging out with me in my home, took the chance to seize the opportunity to pick my brain. I gave her advice that she promptly put into her cell phone for future reference.
I included the products she should use and step by step how to use them. Here is what she wrote in her phone and she said to me, "Everyone should have a stylist for a friend."
BY Framesi. Black bottles lava
Brush hair & scalp b4 washing
Condition from the bottom up
Don't ruffle when toweling dry -- scrunch to get excess water out
Comb w/a wide toothed comb
Hydrogel light Framesi
Do it touch until dry
Once fully dry, brush thru even w/fingers
So my friends, when your stylist is consulting with you and asking about your products and what you do or don't do for homecare there is a reason for this hair interrogation.
It's been a few weeks since my in-home salon session with my friend and I hear her hair is behaving quite nicely!
Life is short love your hair and use your products.