Amazing Wash n Go on 4C Hair with Frizz Free CURLS

The most amazing Wash n Go with poppin', super defined, frizz free curls. The style lasted an entire week with low maintenance. Come and see what I used.

wash n go on 4c hair with frizz free CURLS

As my hair gets longer, no style lasts more than two days. My Twist Out shrinks down to a TWA, and most of the definition is lost. Same with my Bantu Knot Out. I was getting frustrated with my hair, and was ready to do another Big Chop since it’s getting too long for my liking anyway. But then I found these products from CURLS in my arsenal, and decided to do a Wash n Go. It came out bomb AF.

frizz free curls coconut curlada, lavish curls, goddess curls, blueberry bliss curl control jelly

Coconut Curlada Conditioner

Super hydrating rinse off conditioner that softens, detangles and hydrates curls in a snap. Made with certified organic ingredients.

Lavish Curls Moisturizer

A daily moisturizer to refresh, rehydrate, and reactivate curls without shampooing. Gives life back to dry and lifeless curls. Can be used daily.

Goddess Curls Botanical Gelle

Infused with Plumeria Alba Flower Extract and Aloe leaf juice, this botanical gelle provides sheen, fights frizz, and creates poppin’ curls. Sets and keeps curls in place for all day definition.

Blueberry Bliss Curl Control Jelly

Formulated with organic blueberry extract, and raw castor oil, this curl control jelly will define, defrizz and hold your curls in place.

frizz free curls products

My hair has been extremely dry lately, so I’m trying to avoid shampoo for a few weeks. So first I co-washed my hair with the Coconut Curlada Conditioner in the shower. I left it in for a few minutes, detangled my hair, then rinsed it out. Next I applied a generous amount of the Lavish Curls Moisturizer to moisturize my hair. To style my Wash n Go, I applied both gels in small sections. I parted the section and sprayed my hair with water to make sure it was soaking wet. Then I applied a dime sized amount of the Goddess Curls Botanical Gelle, combing it through with my fingers. Next I applied the Blueberry Bliss Curl Control Jelly using the same method.

wash n go on 4c hair

After completing my entire head, I shook my curls out to separate them. I blowdried my hair on warm for a few minutes to partially dry it since I was going out, and let it air dry the rest of the way. My coils came out so poppin’. This is actually day 4 hair. Yet it looks just as good as it did on Day 1. Best of all, my Wash n Go lasted an entire week with low maintenance. I slept in a satin bonnet. In the morning, I simply sprayed my coils with water to rehydrate. Gently fluffed with my fingers. Lifted my roots with a pick. And gelled my edges. That’s it.

wash n go on 4c hair

Check out my Wash n Go Tutorial to get a better idea on how how I styled my hair. Aside from the products used, the only difference is I now use my fingers instead of a comb since my hair is longer.

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7 Responses

  1. Hello, I’m a big fan of your work!! I’m trying my best, to follow your hair and make-up tutorial lesson. Keep up the great work you are doing!!

  2. Beautiful,
    Your hair is amazing and you wear it well. I’ve tried so many different products on my hair but, it’s just not popping the way I’ve seen other styles such as yours. It could be my medication🤷🏽‍♂️ as well.

    Anyway , I love your style and it’s really popping Beautifully!!!🥰

    1. Thank you so much sis. Keep on trying different product combos. You’ll find something that works for you ❤️

  3. Thank you for the Information
    I have been trying to find out what is the best product to get, for my short hair. What do you call the type of hair cut that you have I love it.
    Once again thank you.


  4. Your hair is beautiful. I just recently started wearing my hair natural and I am beginning to like t he results. However, your makeup is just flawless. What makeup products are you wearing.


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