Anyways, the wand is a hot tool with a cylinder type shape that is used to create a wave/curl/spiral type pattern with heat. The look is similar to a wet and wavy style but super soft with lots of body. You don't have to use a lot of product or worry about the crunchy dry look that sometimes comes with the traditional wet and wavy or rod set looks. I decided to capture the unique process in photos during my trip on Friday so I could share with you honeeyz. Be sure to check out the Bliss site where you can buy Pure Bliss products (ummm yes, honeeyz Bliss has their own product line which is created and produced by Mike and his wife, Sherell...amazing). The products are genius! Check out the process below....
|Hey Steve!!! :-) Steve is a style assistant at Bliss and he gives some of the best washes and massages out there! Sweet Baby Jesus!!!! LOL.|
|As most of you honeeyz know, I'm 4 years relaxer free so when I get my hair washed it curls right on up!|
For the next steps and the final results click below!!
|Half way through you can see the pattern taking shape. It's pretty tight at first but starts to fall and fluff up each day until I'm on Tracee Ross' heels!!!|
|The magic hands of Michael Flagg and a glimpse at the infamous Wand.|
|The whole head is wanded and what I didn't photo was the next step that requires me to flip my head upside down while Mike kinda messes it around rakes his hands through the underside of the hair.|