Look how cute my wash n go was:).
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Monday, March 12, 2012
This is my hair after I've twisted it with tresemme nourishing moisture conditioner.
For my over night wash n go, I cowash in the shower & finger detangle with conditioner, then twist my hair& secure my roots with bobby pins.I spray with a leave in conditioner mix& take down the twists& separate them, sometime they may be moist but that's alright!
When I do this method my hair does NOT take the formation of twists which I love, I like MY curl pattern, I try not to alter it with twist outs& braid outs, even bantu knots.when I separate the twists my natural curls pop back, the purpose of this method is to detangle my hair& let it dry but still achieving a wash n go.just dry!!!:)) lol so try it.& I bobby pin my roots to prevent shrinkage in my twists!
So y'all right in the middle of my hair there is something that appears to be either breakage or it could be my problem area...I'm so sad because I've just discovered it,...NOW I'm freaking out, but of course I had to share with my readers because I'm NOT perfect and neither is my hair, I'm going to continue to take care of this little area like usual but of course I'll be super sensitive and NO heat!!!... I found it while I was doing my usual over night wash n go...and I kept staring at it lmao.so then I was like man I have to blog about this, so have any one out there experienced anything like this? Am I tripping? Is it normal? HELP I'm freaking out lol but honestly I think it's from me scratching, I have a odd habit of scratching my head in a state of confusion so I'm thinking it comes from that, either way I want to fix this issue!!
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
This is a photo of just hair that I trimmed from my hair, of course not all of it, but if you look closely you can see I trimmed my hair WET &while it was CURLY I put my hair in about 20 sections/ twists and conditioned& then trimmed...my hair except I do not trim my hair as you would someone relaxed I twist my curls around my finger so that they form ringlets& begin snipping away at the ends of the ringlets...I have NATURAL...Curly hair it must be treated, and taken care differently curly hair is fragile and must be handled with CARE...if you're natural with curly hair you DO NOT HAVE TO STRAIGHTEN YOUR HAIR TO GET YOUR ENDS CLIPPED/TRIMMED it's better if you do it curly..I trim this way because it's easier, more convenient for me and has worked, with this method I don't take off too much hair and those raggedy ends get snipped right out of the way. At times people get clipped& Trimmed confused, but they are similar but some use them in different content, I feel trimming& clipping is about the same except some relaxed people get their ends clipped "even"...with curly hair "even" doesn't really matter because our curls are wild and none are uniform& the same, or grow evenly, so us naturals usually trim our ends just for the health of our hair, not so much to "even"it out....Nonetheless whether you're straight& natural, straight and relaxed, or curly& natural trimming ends are important! TIP: After you trim, SEAL your ends with an oil just to nourish them you will see,an amazing difference before&after.
Trimming ends are vital for hair health, the more you nourish& take care of your hair the less frequent these trimmings will be necessary!