Discussion in 'Hair Care Tips & Product Review Discussion' started by AlliCat, Apr 27, 2011.
Where did you find a big bottle of Neem?!!
The scarf would work.
I can't even find Motions CPR in the BSS!! Did they stop making it or something? I used to love that stuff!!
I should have kept reading before I posted my question. They need to do a survey or something before they discontinue products.
Yeah I havent seen for years either. Pjyae says they stopped making it a while ago. It was good stuff.
http://www.saveoncitric.com/ I have been buying items from them since 2004.
Are any of you a Scarfy? You wear your head scarf from the time you get home until you leave the next day?
My DH complains about it incessantly but I can't help it. It's as if my scarf is a bandage and I need to protect/heal my hair after being out all day. Even if I want to enjoy my hairstyle a little while longer, I still can't help but tie it up. Even during sensual moments (I only leave it out if I'm in character) - I just can't have my hair out. Is it just me?
I'm somewhat of a scarfie. The blasted thing doesn't like to stay on my head while I'm asleep though.
Oh girl I stay with a scarf on my head! Anybody that gets with me, knows I will protect my hair at all cost! Lol they know when I do get jazzy, or have my hair out, I'm about to cause havoc on town! lol
If he starts to complain, I would just jazz it up a bit, put on small earrings (studs) wear some lipgloss, make sure my eyebrows are groomed (not filled in). I would wrap the scarf differently. Plus, my son has a habit of grabbing and pulling on my hair. He always has to touch my face, or put his arm around me! Lol would somebody tell that child I don't like people touching my hair and face? Lol
Good idea about jazzing it up. I will see if that can be a compromise.
In the pink...Sometimes this is me. I think what I do for my head will have to work on everyone's head(sometimes). But I have proven it to almost be true seeing that I have used the same exact regiment on my niece's hair and it worked, my sister's hair when she lets me and it worked, on a boyfriend's hair and it worked and my mother's when she lets me.
Also through them I have become a master braider.
I washed my hair last night on a Monday night so I had to just let my hair finish drying at work in a bun.
This is how I air dry at work. When I go home I'll seal with my BlueMagic. Picture taken at this very moment. This phone does not take very clear pictures.
We were at dinner last night and I don't think I saw one relaxed head in the whole restaurant. Natural hair everywhere! It was so beautiful. So many beautiful styles and hair patterns. It was awesome!
Oh I know!!!!! This excites me so much! I have been noticing the same here on the North East! Once my mother and I were at a flee market buying earrings and the lady vender was natural, my mother is natural, I am natural and another natural comes walking up. So a group of four beautiful naturals standing there it was awesome.
ETA: When you're natural you cannot help but to notice all the other naturals. I know that this amazement that we have for "our" type hair will never die. Just like other races admire their hair. Now we can admire ours!
Hi Guys, so this what my hair looking like right now. There are no white spots or gray hairs, it's just shine. My hair feels so soft guys! I sealed hair last night with my BlueMagic. My hair will stay like this for two weeks.
I don't know who this lady is, but this has been my goal for the past year! I saw this picture and saved it like "this is where I wanna be."
Nice thick hair Adora!
How come there aren't any short-haired ladies with twas like myself around this forum?
I find myself more concerned about the growth of my twa than the rest of my hair. I'm also more excited because I assume it is an easier job to retain length on shorter hair? At the same time I am not very excited because even if my hair does grow, shrinkage won't let me be great with me growing out natural this time
Anyways my question is: what length challenge should I join now?
There are plenty of TWAs on here. They will chime in soon.
I can tell you what helped to grow out my TWA (which I barely remember having, time flew by so fast) is Curl activators lol. My hair was so moisturized that it didn't have a chance to brake.
I hardly remember having a twa that's how fast it grew out.
A Male Co-worker comes in my cubical and puts his hand on my bun. (I secretly wanted him to lol) My bun is bigger than his hand LOL!!
He's not a small guy.
Trying not to pluck these greys, grr... I am going to make an amla/clay paste and see if it will tone down the shiny silvers.
I am officially over my box braids. I love how it looks and how well I have been able to keep it up but I miss my hair. One more week makes 8 weeks, then I can go back to washing and deep conditioning my hair for a month. I will then get box braids again for another 8 weeks. I will try to maintain this schedule through 2018.
Box braids are a love/hate protective style and I always feel exactly how you feel when I get to about week 6. A few weeks after they have been removed, I'm ready for some more. A vicious cycle.
Embrace that beautiful silver!
Your hair is thick and pretty!
Grey hairs are lovely to me, naturally highlighting the hair.