- I am second generation Californian with Apache and Yaqui ancestors. Yes I was born in them there hills of Los Angeles. The Yaqui were hard workers and while working on the railroads in the southwest traveled and sometimes lived on the trains with their families. Refugio Savala the Yaqui Poet lived this lifestyle and called himself a "Hobo" with humor. My Greatgrandfather and many of his family worked on the railroad also which afforded them many opportunities. This Blog is in honor of my Great Grandfather Reyes Torres.
Monday, February 20, 2012
I have some trouble keeping my fine hair put and have worn this style for sometime now because, well, it is very LA. LOVE it!
Nick Chavez Beverly Hills Products: It is a difficult look to achieve! I would use my Horsetail Root lifting spray, Volumizing Mist, and a really hard hairspray like my Plump 'n Thick, or Diva :)
Then I use the variegated tooth ratail comb and nonslip ponytail tie. Tease the back crown section first then the front, don't forget to do the sides of the sections also. The ratail comb can be used to lift sections. Nick's products really help if you have straight fine hair like mine.