1. A Spray Bottle: whether you will be putting plain old water in there, or getting fancy and making up your own cocktail of leave-ins and oils, a spray bottle is your best bet when it comes to keeping those tressess moisturized daily.
2. A Wide Tooth Comb: detangling can be a nightmare, I admit it, but it would absolutely suck if you went through all that stress AND lost a ton of your beautiful strands. Combs with wide teeth can save you much length with getting your to behave, or at least try to behave.
3. A Satin Bonnet/Head Scarf: pillows may be soft and squishy, but don't underestimmate the dammage most of your pillow cases can do. The harsh fabrics cause so much friction with hair that leads to breakage, and that is the absolute last thing we want. Satin bonnets protect our hair from the mean pillows. If you're feeling luxurious feel free to purchase satin sheets.
|These things come in different colors, sizes, patterns, for braids, and even for the kiddies.|
4. Hair Pins/Clips: if you have not already come to the realization, you will soon; our attempts to duplicate Youtube/IG/Pinterest inspired styles does not always end with the most satisfactory results. Even the ones we invent in our wonderfully creative minds somehow don't materialize as we imagined, despite our most valiant efforts. My dears, here is where the pins/clips save the day. These little bad boys can hold down, push up, restructure, and basically salvage any style you do not have time to or frankly want to take down and start all over. But be careful, they are slippery and often lose themselves. They are a precious commodity. Hold on to them for dear life.
5. Head Wraps/Scarves: these are for when the job just may be too big for the pins, or today was wash day, or I was not in the mood to battle with my hair, or I'm just tryna look fabulous.
** All items can be found in Pennywise (and/or on Charlotte St. POS)**