Interpretation

Interpretation:  Baggy Method / Faux Hawk supplies needed spray bottle (recommended) two oils –(recommended type)– (tea tree, almond) Butters –(recommended type)–(vanilla Shea butter) Wide Tooth Comb Towel (no size limit) Pink Eco gel (optional) I filled a spray bottle with warm water I sprayed my head from root to ends (lightly) with warm water then I applied tea…

Do’s and Don’ts

Do Whatever you feel is necessary for your hair Don’t let someone else control you hair process      

Stop Hair Anxiety

Hair Anxiety  can from many sources. I have found a way to ease this problem. Consider: consider the idea that you might have this issue from other naturals if other naturals have amazing progress with their hair growth and you have to keep starting over, then that can be a factor consider you are going natural…

Trims

This has been mentioned in previous posts Trim when you needed it, there shouldn’t be a weekly or monthly regimen if you are trying to retain length. Cut your hair when you need to, or you feel that your hair is ready for one. If you are the queen of protective styles then you may…

Big Chop: Revelation

Cutting off all of your hair may not be fun for everyone. Starting over with your hair is something that people may struggle with. Things to think about before cutting your hair. think about your face shape considered how short you want to go consider whether transitioning is a better alternative consider your hair thickness…

Hair Acceptance

Hair acceptance is key to a better hair journey. The acceptance does not necessarily just have to come from you but from an outside influence like a boyfriend/girlfriend a spouse , mother or  child. Someone who matters enough and can back as a support system. For every challenge in your life as a human being…

Styles

High and Tight Picked (2015) High and tight — wash and go and ECO Pink (2015) Flat twist w/ Marley Hair (2016) Individual twist w/ Marley Hair (2016) Lace front (2015) Mohawk –flat ironed and grown out (2015) 2nd big chop –self cut (2015) flat twist Faux hawk   To be Continued…

Products

I consider myself a bit of a product junkie. How every a lot of my old product were inherited from my mother. products I currently use include (but are not limited to): NATURAL OILS Almond Oil Tea Tree Oil Olive Oil Coconut oil NATURAL BUTTERS Shea Butter Lavender blend Almond blend Plain Coco Butter CONDITIONERS…

Regimen: Wash and Go

APRIL 2016 My Hair Regimens is fairly simple I wash when I can see product building up (usually after protective styling) I condition the shaft and ends only (avoid scalp build up). I apply less product to larger areas (Pink Eco). I do protective hair styles that I can maintain and do myself. I put natural…

Going Natural

My natural hair Journey is pretty much like most people –trial–trail–error–trial–minor success– trial–protective style-error–etc. (though you hear that everyone is different). I have lightened my hair, dyed it black, cut it, textured it (wave nouveau–pretty much a perm/texturizer), pix cut, shaved, Big Chopped (x2), mo-hawked. I have done everything under the sun and moon to…

Vitamin Epidemic

There has been a lot of chatter about Vitamin H aka Biotin aka B7. A lot of naturals promoting this vitamin to help promote hair growth. Some people are even overdosing on biotin though it is rare. It can cause rashes and slow your release of insulin (for Diabetics that is life threatening). The labels…

The Easy Stuff

There are four categories of hair textures (1,2,3,4) which are broken up by letters (a,b,c) a hair texture a consistency. 1 is an exception to the rule There are three types of hair porosity’s (high, medium, low) there are test that you can consider when doing a porosity check. medium and high porosity hair routines are…