Check Out The Edge Control Going Viral On TikTok

African Pride Olive Miracle Edge Control
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Baby hair tutorials are the newest beauty craze to go viral. And thanks to popular beauty influencers like @naturally.nai

haven’t done a braid out in foreverrr @myafricanpride ##fyp ##hairtutorial ##braidout ##naturalhair ##bighair ##africanpride ##tribevibez

♬ Money Trees – Kendrick Lamar “>@naturally.nai, @yasmeenikole

This how i keep my edges swooped all day long 👱🏻‍♀️✨💕 ##MyAfricanPride ##OliveMiracle ##Edges ##edgesonfleek

♬ original sound – yasmeenikole “>@yasmeenikole, @dajnaedoss and @happycurlhappygirl, we know exactly what product to use to give you sleek and laid baby hairs, honey! 


Laying baby hairs have been a thing since the beginning of time, and “It” girls like Saweetie and Lori Harvey have us all scrambling to find the best product that’ll give us their bomb baby hair looks. Whether your hair is straight or natural, finding the right products for our baby hairs can be a little difficult. Heat, sweat or oily skin can cause our edges to shrivel up no matter how many coats of edge control we apply. 

Thankfully, we’ve come across an edge control that actually works. Influencer @happycurlhappygirl was one of many hair vloggers on TikTok to share what she uses to work her baby hair magic. And honestly, you’ll probably be running to the store after you watch.

@happycurlhappygirl 

The product used in their videos is the African Pride Olive Miracle Anti-Breakage Super Hold & Smooth Edge Control. It contains ingredients like extra virgin olive oil and shea butter, which adds softness and preserves moisture for your edges and hair. You can use this product to slick down edges, baby hairs and flyaways when styling. It has a SUPER hold, which allows your baby hairs to last through heat and sweat. Did I also mention this edge control is only $3?  

Olive Miracle Edge Control
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TRY: African Pride Olive Miracle Anti-Breakage Super Hold & Smooth Edge Control, $2.52

So, how do you like laying your baby hairs? Let us know in the comment section below. 

About The Author

Candace Smith

While studying fashion marketing at The Art Institute of Charlotte, Candace landed her first job as a beauty consultant for Ulta Beauty. There, she earned her informal education in hair and beauty. Now, she is the advertising manager for the multicultural beauty trade publication, OTC Beauty Magazine. She loves to share tips and help fellow beauty lovers stay on top of the current hair and beauty trends.