Added by on October 17, 2014

Hey guys! For those of you who were wondering how I straightened my hair in my April Unboxing video, here’s the tutorial! (Product List Below!!) Instagram: M…

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  • guiltypleasure 3 years ago

    what do you do at night with the straight hair? Do you wrap it or?

  • Tracie Phillips 3 years ago

    Try mixing your conditioner with honey. It softens the hair and when you
    straighten it, it looks relaxer straight when finished. Really straight and
    soft and last longer

  • jade Gbadebo 3 years ago

    what heat protectant did you use?

  • Maven Kouture 3 years ago

    Are you Haitian? Just Curious

  • Marisa Ford 3 years ago

    I’m going to have to try the roller setting first! My hair never gets

  • Alexis Ellie 3 years ago

    I’m so glad you run the flat iron over your hair more than once. I have a
    lot of hair, it’s fine because I have a little Cherokee in me, but it’s
    still thick and can be kinky. My mother told me I shouldn’t do that and so
    did all of my friends, but I have a friend that’s a hairstylist and, even
    though she’s white, she recommended I do that, especially at the root
    because it means it won’t be as frizzy.

  • Sierra whiters 3 years ago

    you have beautiful hair!!! its like mine but mines longer and a little less

  • shinyjewelsz 3 years ago

    Yaaaaaaas your hair is laaaaid honey =]

  • Katrina Anderson 3 years ago

    Yesss, that big chop video was too funny. Moms dont even play. Lol

  • ❤Samore Love TV❤ 3 years ago

    Im going to use my dreaded dryer that I have collecting dust in a few weeks
    or months when I try to straighten again. I have to pass mine through a lot
    as well. I am always nervous though that my curls won’t pop anymore which
    is probably why it never looks super straight. But now I know it can be
    achieved without cutting it

  • Bdenice65 3 years ago

    *video starts
    Me: Yassssss! Werrrkkk!

  • nancydrew5 3 years ago

    I’m jelly you have a hairstylist mom who can do your rollerset :/ wish I
    had that because I could never do one on myself. Guess I’ll watch a youtube
    tutorial and learn. Your hair turned out nice!

  • diara13 3 years ago

    finally another natural who gets it! i’ve only straightened my hair twice
    in my 2 years of being natural and both times were a fail cause my hair
    just would get frizzy! and i also can’t do the 1 time flat iron pass either

  • ICAPELLIRICCI 3 years ago

    u sound Jamaican . & I might try this thanks!

  • Deyanira D 3 years ago

    I really like her with her beautiful curly hair :) 

  • NaturalBeautynStyle 3 years ago

    I love the straight look it’s so hard to get my hair to look steaifhr it
    just looks like I blow dried it.

  • Yuna Braska 3 years ago

    How long did it take you to s it under the dryer? 

  • Lemons19902010 3 years ago

    I can never get my hair this straight when I flat iron it, it always ends
    up looking like a blow out :( 

  • Trin Tully-Stark 3 years ago

    Your mama had you look’in good girl !

  • Dorcas Sabwe 3 years ago


  • Armani Saul 3 years ago

    sorry that she can’t be confident about her hair? you don’t know if before
    this her hair was longer than yours… just because you aren’t black
    doesn’t mean you should question other races hair growth, length or
    motivation. yes, usually Caucasian, Indian, or Asian hair types get longer
    because of the moisture balances, but if a black or Spanish female’s hair
    is very taken care of and moisturized daily and deep conditioned weekly
    they can achieve the exact same hair lengths as “non-blacks”. 

  • Latz Namwen 3 years ago

    Great tutorial! Definitely gonna give the roller set a try. What heat
    setting did you use?

  • Anezshenae8 3 years ago

    you are so gorgeous!!

  • Chrisitna EatsFood 3 years ago

    Who is that? lol 11:15

  • lovely2niruel 3 years ago

    Great tut! 

  • Quenclyn Alston 3 years ago

    Does your mom have a salon?

  • Fab Free 3 years ago

    I’m gong to roller set my hair the next time I flat iron. I only do it once
    a year, and been going to the shop letting the hair dresser do it. I’ll
    give it a try myself this Dec. Thanks! 

  • ericka stewart 3 years ago

    Hi Mini Marley, have you ever trimmed the ends of your hair? I know not
    this episode but previous?

  • Nik0081 3 years ago

    Your results were great! I just want to say that fine hair and thin hair
    are not the same things. Fine refers to individual strand diameter. Thin
    refers to hair density, the number of strands on your head. A person can
    have dense (thick) hair with fine stands or thin (less dense hair) with
    coarse (thicker in diameter) strands. It’s important to know the difference
    in order to prevent heat damage. Just because someone has dense hair
    doesn’t mean their hair can take a lot of heat because the individual
    strands may actually be fine. The amount of hair on your head has nothing
    to do with the amount of heat it takes to get it straight without heat
    damage. My hair is thin, but the strands are medium/coarse, so it can take
    a fair amount of heat. 

  • HeyEverybodyItsShay 3 years ago

    Super cute!! Nice job! Do I hear an accent?

  • Aubrey Scott 3 years ago

    Luv your hair

  • Okerokeka 3 years ago

    I have a question that’s been bugging me for a while. She’s got natural
    hair right? So the texture at the roots should be the same as at the ends.
    Why does she need to pass the flat iron at her roots more times? I mean if
    it was relaxed then I would get it, but it’s not.

    So confuse.

  • Matthew Goodacre 3 years ago

    Hey, I’m a new subbie and actually a stylist, and I know if you use a
    higher heat seating you would have to do less passes which is actually
    better for the hair. 

  • BIttah Hunnie 3 years ago

    Wooo lawd… reminds me of my hair before I loc’d. More power too you girl!
    Looked beautiful!

  • RosaL180 3 years ago

    i enjoyed your video and how you keep it real. 

  • Quayla Simms 3 years ago

    Some naturals are si against using heat. It’s like they think hair is super
    fragile and depending on how healthy your hair is, it’s not. I love a good
    press on my hair (I don’t use heat protectant either), the silky look is
    refreshing and a lot less work then the curls some times. It’s a nice

  • Mahaginy Martin 3 years ago

    How do you keep it straight so long in the summer with all the heat?