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Bet you all didn’t think I could do a hair video?

FALSE.

And for those of you who did thanks for the faith hah.

Hope these help all of you growing out your hair! And for those of you who aren’t you can still do these just be sure to address the rest of your long flowy hair!

Heyyyyyalllll. I never really thought about it but MAN I PUT A LOT OF STUFF ON MY FACE. But I mean it seems to work so no complaints. I hope you like this video and it helps! Thanks for watching 😀

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> PRODUCTS USED:
Tangle Teazer
Teasing Comb from Sallys
Not Your Mother’s Clean Freak Dry Shampoo
Moroccan Oil Hairspray in Medium Hold

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>SONG: Pink Medicine by Bearson

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Organic Sunless Self Tanner Discount The secret to making your own sunless self-tanner, at home! It even works better than the popular brands, and is actually healthy for your skin!

33 replies
  1. hmbains
    hmbains says:

    THANK YOU. Jesus. I keep looking for grown out pixie tutorials and these YT bitches keep posting bobs. Like bitch if I had a bob I wouldn’t need you, lol. 😂

  2. Patricia D
    Patricia D says:

    I mean in this video your hair is quite long and looks alright even without any hairdo. The problem I'm having is that mine is shorter and looks shit and I don't know what to do. There are either videos with longer than might or shorter 🙁 I guess I'll just have to wait

  3. betty cherry
    betty cherry says:

    I'm growing out a very short pixie cut & my hair is a little shorter than yours in the back & longer in the front. I also feel ugly with my current length. I tired of wearing hats whenever I go to town. I have very curly thick hair, so maybe these will work on my hair. I've made some head bands to wear but I feel I'm too old to wear head bands, I'm 6 months from being 40 years old. Thanks for sharing this video

  4. Tia D.
    Tia D. says:

    I'm growing out a mohawk and it's about your length. It's at the, what I like to call "the season 1 Data from Star Trek" stage. I'm happy you showed me some ways to style it beyond cutting it more.

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