How I cut/ trim my hair for healthier hair & better hair growth

I have used this method over the last 9months and notice a big difference in how my hair grew all over. I really think it helped in making my front and sides grow a lot better. This method can be used for any hair type from straight right through to coily. Gave it a go if you can, and see if it makes a difference for you!

xoxo

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This weeks hairstyle – mini clusters

Save yourself from single strand knots, dry hair and tangles this week, whiles looking pretty awesome. With my hair shoulder length now, things are starting to get a bit challenging. This is my take a break hair, and it’s protective too. So whether your hair is straight, wavy, curly or just plan mine, you can rock this look.

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How to Do A Faux Hawk – Hair Tutorial

I like to wear my hair in half fro hawk when i have a day or two before my hair wash and I don’t have time for resetting my twist outs. So here is an easy tutorial on how to achieve that look in less than 6 mins.

This weeks hair style: 80’s twist out

After 2 1/2 weeks of up buns for the sake of protective styling, I decided to take a break.  Lets just say I may have taken the leave your hair alone too far. It was a jungle in there. After an hr of careful detangling, I learnt my lesson. Being lazy does not mean neglect  So after a nice deep cleanse and mud wash, I decided this week I am rocking the my 80’s twist out. Loving it already

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Hairstyle for the week – Low hawk & Turtle buns

Soo with the heat we have had in the Pacific NW, there was no way I was going to let my hair fry, especially after all the hard work I have put in. Now we all know how lazy I am so I had to come up with some up dos that were quick and easy and sleep proof the result:

The beginning of my hair week which was last saturday, I worked this low hawk, which was totally awesome! I had soo much fun with it and it held up for a good 3 days

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This Weeks hairstyles

This Weeks hairstyles

Day 4 begin the turtle buns. I used this as a way of  keeping y hair from sweating as the weather stayed hot. The spaces between  allowed my scalp to stay dry and breathe whiles the buns protected the ends. I liked this a lot!

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Raw pics of my hair journey soo far. It’s been 6 weeks of amazing change!

the day before I started the CG method with my hair.

the day before I started the CG method with my hair.

4 days after starting the CG method. I am amazed and loving it!

4 days after starting the CG method. I am amazed and loving  it!

twist out looking rough, but still loving it

week 2 – twist out looking rough, but still loving it

Can you notice the difference? I started getting comments around now

week 3 – Can you notice the difference? I started getting comments around now

hum, still looks good but I had a bit of a set back, I used bicarb soda paste to wash my hair. Big mistake. Looks ok but boy was it crunchy.

still week 3 – hum, still looks good but I had a bit of a set back, I used bicarb soda paste to wash my hair. Big mistake. Looks ok but boy was it crunchy.

re wash my hair with TJoe tea tree conditioner to fix bicarb error. Felt soo much better! Won't be trying that again!

still week 4 – re wash my hair with TJoe tea tree conditioner to fix bicarb error. Felt soo much better! Won’t be trying that again!

4 day old twist out and hair is still rocking. Embracing my inner and outer shrinkage.

week 5 – 4 day old twist out and hair is still rocking. Embracing my inner and outer shrinkage.

Still going strong and I think it's growing1

week 6 (May 19 2013) Still going strong and I think it’s growing1