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Ash Sensation

We’ve seen fads come and go, but the ash sensation clearly has a longer life. Reminding us of mystical fairy land creatures, the many tones of ash lend a gilded, almost metallic look and feel to your hair. While some salon pros and hair stylists were actually amazed by how …

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Fish Tail Braid Pompa-do

Fish Tail Braid Pompa-do

We are very Excited to announce the winner of our May Challenge. Keva Davis. Her Fish Tail Pompa-do is beautiful and creative while being simple enough to do at home.How To- 1. Direct the Hair forward toward the face making sure that the hair is lying smooth. 2. apply GKhair Gel this will give you the extra control that will be needed when you begin your braid. 3. Begin braiding at the base of the head. Make sure to gather the hair as tightly as possible this will pull the hair closer to the scalp creating a tapered look. 4.When you reach the top of the nape begin to braid the hair loosely but securely, this will allow for the braid to be lifted in step 7. 5. Once you have reached the front of the head continue forward with the Fish Tail braid. Braid loosely until hair has been completely braided. Secure with a small hair band. 6. Once the hair has been secured, gently widen the end of braid to your desired width. Be careful not to unravel. 7. Use your GKhair Fine Tooth Comb to lift the mid-section of the braid. 8. After the braid has been lifted, tuck the end of the braid under itself and secure with a bobby pin. Use as may pins as needed to hold the hair in place at the front of the head. 9. Finish your Fish Tail Pompa-do using our GKhair Stronghold Hairspray. Spray liberally to hold braid in place.

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How to make the Waterfall Braid

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Waterfall Braid

WATERFALL BRAID 1. Apply a small amount of GKhair gel for more control 2. Part your hair as desired. Grab a small section at the front of your hair and split it in three. Position your hands so that they are facing towards the back of your head and not down. This will determine the path your braid will take. 3. Move the highest strand over the middle section. Repeat with the bottom strand moving it over the middle section. This creates a French braid. 4. Pick up a little more hair from the section next to the top strand and combine with your existing top strand and move it over the middle section once more. 5. Instead of moving the bottom section over the middle, drop it and pick up a section of hair to the left of that strand and move that over the middle strand. 6. Continue until you reach the desire length and secure with a small elastic or bobby pin.

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