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!
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.
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.
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
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
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!