“Stepping onto a brand-new path is difficult, but not more difficult than remaining in a situation, which is not nurturing to the whole woman.”
As I approached the 3rd year writing this blog, I decided to change the site address to a name! Although initially the name I chose held significance to me, I wanted readers (old and new) to associate the site with natural hair.
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The Morning After the Night Time Routine
Right before bed each night, I take the time to
moisturize and seal my hair. It’s a really simple process that takes me less than 15 minutes and my hair is eternally grateful!
No more crunchy dry hair in the morning, just soft touchable hair that lasts throughout the day!
My hair has been significantly less tangled (which means a reduction in
single strand knots, thank the Lord!)
Back View My hair has more volume in the morning, which I love! The bigger the better!
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No matter how you refer to or identify them, they are a nuisance!
The bane of my natural hair existence!
SSK: Close Up
This week in my updates post, I mentioned that I’ve been battling
Single Strand Knots. Today I found an excellent article on 10 Tips for Preventing SSKs, by Mane and Chic.
I hope there is a tip you can to arm you in epic this battle!
Happy Hump Day!
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It’s been a minute but I’m back! It’s been hectic so I just wanted to update you on where I am in my Newly Natural Hair Journey!
Baby Sis and I
Currently, I am 2.5 years post relaxer, 6 months post BC.
I’ve been beside myself since I BC’d; I’ve been so enamored with my hair that I’ve abandoned my tried and true
protective styling for the most part.
Back to Basics
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Natural Hair November Updates!
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