Beauty Tip: How to tame your edges!

Hey loves, I’ve truly missed you this week! Between classes, events and life I haven’t had a chance to post all week ;(

But I’m back to discuss a pet peeve of mine, untamed edges….

Now don’t get me wrong there are a few times when I was in a rush and I skipped out of the house without my best edges(lol), however that is not the norm for me. I hate so see a woman with a fresh hairdo and wild edges (blame it on my beautician Krishanna)!

Now, I also know your edges can be hard to maintain when you are in need of a touch up, these tips work great for that as well.

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I did my edges before I headed to the beauty show!

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Pay special attention to the edges...

To maintain my edges I use Softsheen-Carson Let’s Jam Gel or Luster’s Renutrients Slick Stick(both are a God send)!!

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Softsheen-Carson Let's Jam Gel or Luster's Renutrients Slick Stick

But these products aren’t anything new, I’m sure most of you are already up on this…

But while in New York my girl Kanesha put me on to something new for my edges… It’s a denture brush!

I love the denture brush because it’s just the right size to get to those hard to reach edges, the hard bristles will lay each strand down!

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You can get these brushes at any local pharmacy or Wal-Mart, Target! They are relatively cheap and cost less than $5.00.

Now you know what to do, don’t forget to get those edges in order especially for the summer!

Do you have a routine for your edges?? Let me know!

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 Beauty Tip: How to tame your edges!

About Raijean Stroud

Fashion, beauty & lifestyle blogger based in Chicago and founder of Swa-Rai.com, Swa-Rai Media Group and Bleeding Heart Project. Launched in 2010, Swa-Rai discusses a range of topics including: fashion, beauty and lifestyle experiences which includes travel, tech, family, dining and so much more! When not in Chicago, Raijean can be found traveling around the country covering some of the hottest events! She can be spotted in places such as New York for covering events such as Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week, Las Vegas for CES (Consumer Electronics Show), LA for Lucky FABB and more! When she's not traveling she's in Chicago, interviewing celebrities and covering exclusive events.
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8 Responses to Beauty Tip: How to tame your edges!

  1. Crescent says:

    Personally, I like motions shine enhancing pomade…good lay and shine..not too greasy. I love the Jam for my girls edges, their hair is natural and I love the slick stick for my hair when it was short!! Great products!

  2. Chevy Franklin says:

    Those dont have nothing on my olive oil edge control. Hands down the best!! For $5.49, its a Godsend

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  5. Sew-In Queen/Crissy says:

    The Lusters Slick Stick is an affordable way to keep those edges tamed, I also use it to blend hair into weave after installing a Natural Sew-In, the only set back is sometimes it can be greasy. My favorite product for edge maintanence is Aveda Control Paste, does the job without having a greasy residue.

  6. Kim says:

    Love this post! My edges curl up like crazy so every night I slicks them down. I use Jam Gel with a drop of Morroccan Oil but when it is close to touch up time, I have to break out the Edges (they were at ISSE) Edges is AMAZING.
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