How to Do a Doobie Wrap?


To do a doobie wrap you want to use a relaxer, wash your hair and used deep conditioner under hooded for 15 minutes. You want to used mesh rollers to hold the tightness of the hair. Sit under the dryer for 45 minutes and then take the rollers out. Wrap your hair with a satin scarf as tight as you can handle and remove the scarf the next day.
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To do a doobie wrap, you must first roller set your hair. Dry it under a hooded dryer. Take the rollers out when the hair is dry. Comb your hair around in a wrap. Leave it as long as you want and you will have great curls when you take it out.
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1. Start with loose, dry hair. Part the hair down the middle from the crown to the nape with a rat-tail comb. Be sure to remove the rollers if you've recently roller-set your hair
First you buy wrap lotion. Foam or liquid depending on your mess preference. I prefer the cheap liquid kind it holds with out that ugly super hold and it shines. You also buy the
a doobie is a wrap just like it says. it works best if ur hair is wet and u sit under a dryer, or u run a straightening iron thru it. this is how i do mine: i wash my hair, and then
Choose the hot roller size. The roller should be as large as your hair can take to ensure you end up with more body and less curl. Heat the rollers to the maximum for 15 to 20 minutes
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