Monday, May 14, 2018

How To Do Your Own Silk Press (Like A Pro) AT HOME!

How to do your own silk press (like a pro) at home!

As a hairstylist, I get told by clients all the time that they tried to silk press their own hair at home and it did not turn out the way it does when I do it. They want to know how to do their own silk press at home like a pro. If you have ever wondered why when you do your silk press at home and it never gives you the results that your hairstylist does, it is because you may not understand exactly what they are doing.

On the surface it looks like you simply shampoo the hair, condition, blow dry the hair, then flat iron. Seems simple right? Well, when I do a silk press, there are a lot of things that I am doing that my clients may not even notice (I'll explain this more shortly). Also, I am a professional and do silk presses on a pretty regular basis, so I can pretty much do them in my sleep and the results would still be the same. That does not mean that you as a non-professional can not do your own hair with fantastic results, because you absolutely can! I am here to help you out.

How to do your own silk press at home, like a pro
 Knowing how to silk press my own hair at home is the main reason why I am able to go six months (or more) in between my relaxers. Yes, the basics of silk pressing your own hair do involve shampooing, conditioning, blow drying, and flat ironing the hair, but there are a few extra things to consider. For instance, do you know how to choose the right type of shampoo for your hair? Do you know what conditioner your hair responds to best? Do you know how to straighten your hair with the blow dryer? Are you using your flat iron correctly? If you are unsure whether or not you are doing these things the right way, then all you may need is a little guidance and someone to teach you.

How to do your own silk press like a pro, at hone

So, again I'll go over the basics of doing your own silk press at home:
  1. Shampoo your hair (preferably using by L. Jones shampoo)
  2. Condition your hair well (also preferably using by L. Jones conditioner)
  3. Blow dry your hair
  4. Flat iron your hair (using a Toi flat iron)
You may be saying, I do just that and as soon as I step outside it frizzes up! Well, lucky for you, your favorite hair blogger (me of course), who happens to be a professional hairstylist and silk press specialist, has developed an online class that will take you step by step guiding you on exactly how to silk press your own hair like a pro, at home! You will no longer have to worry about your hair reverting back or getting frizzy on the first day. In the class I'll silk press my own hair as I guide you through the entire process, and explaining exactly what I am doing and why I am doing it.

How to do your own silk press

In this class you will learn: 
  • How to gather all the necessary supplies for specific hairline and style
  • How to properly prep your hair
  • The actual silk press technique
  • How to maintain your silk press
  • How to avoid heat damage
  • And much, MUCH more!
I am offering this class because even though I love for my clients to come and allow me to do their in the salon, I completely understand that sometimes you may not be able to get to the salon. Sometimes your finances are simply not where you want them to be. Other times, you may not have the time. For you, it may be a combination of both! Either way, you still want your hair to look like you came to the salon even when you have not been in forever. I get it! That is why I decided to create this course. And since the course is offered online, you will be able to go at your own pace. You will also get access to me to ask any questions or get feedback. 

You can still get that salon quality hair with my technique. And my technique works on ALL hair types! So, are you ready to learn how to do your own silk press like a pro at home? If so, sign up here and I'll send you more information, including enrollment information.

Check out the video on what your results can be by taking the course:

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