Monday, 7 April 2014

Hair Post

Hello Loviessss,

Hope you had a splendid weekend. Mine was spent doing a much need general overhaul on myself. 

So saturday, i went to the salon, got my Mani/Pedi and massage done, then i decided to steam my hair. I am one of those people who loves getting my hair done in the salon. It can be quite stressful doing it by myself and truth be told, i enjoy all the head massage i get when the products are being applied and massaged into my scalp...lol.

I took a few pictures of the process; forgive the poor photographs, they were taken with my phone.
Thanks for always reading lovies.

xoxo.

 Wrapped tightly in the cling film
 After i took out the cling film wrap
I used my ever faithful Texture My Way shampoo & Conditioner, then after washing, i mixed the conditioner with olive oil, coconut oil, carrot oil, shea butter and a generous amount of pure honey and then i wrapped it tightly with cling film while getting my mani/pedi & massage done. 
 After washing the conditioner et al off
 Bantu knots i did when i got home
 The morning after; styling with pins all done and on my way to church. *Make up of life*...lol.

16 comments:

  1. Lol at your make-up of Life.........
    Your hair is healthy, i can't get my hands on your conditioner here in Calabar,*wipes a tear*
    I love that Print dress, the colors and patterns on it....
    The Beautiful Eagle's Blog

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    1. hahaha, yes o Ugo its my make up of life. Don't know why i can't make up properly to save my life...lol.

      Thanks for commenting lovie. xxx

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  2. SF you make me want to go natural. I like that you don't carry the whole team natural thing on your head. Your hair is so full

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    1. Aww thanks Olive lovie. As per the team natural et al, i honestly don't have the strength. I have never really understood what the fuss is about :-)

      Hugs.

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  3. give us a full pic of your church outfit nah

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    1. Hahhaha, i trust you Mide not to miss it. Coming soon...hehheehe. Thanks for commenting dearie.

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  4. So pretty hair, very full. I'm encouraged to keep my low cut virgin hair and keep growing this healthily (good you showed the products you use, might try some of these). But then, going to the salon or making the hair myself hun....i'm gonna struggle with this as I've become so lazy unless I do home service (haaa all my $ will now go on hair making #no joor#). So I'm doing/wearing wigs for now.

    Please keep the wig info secret :).

    Bless me. LOL

    TBABES

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    1. My Tbabes, its not a very easy journey but with patience, love and care for the hair you'll definitely love the result in months to come. Wigs and weaves work too when you start. You know i'm here to answer any question . Hugs dearie. xxx

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  5. Your regimen is simple ! And your hair looks good ! I'm encouraged and inspired !

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    1. Thanks KK, i don't like complicated regimen's i am too lazy...LOL.

      Thanks for stopping by lovie. xx

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  6. i love your natural hair joo
    www.fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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    1. Hahaha, thanks Buiti dearest. Love it too; if only i can wear it out more often.

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  7. Your hair is really healthy, I havent gone to a salon yet to deal with my natural hair, and hopefully learn a few tips here and there on styling it. lol @ makeup of life


    www.infashionrehab.com

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    1. I feel you dear, but i noticed i actually prefer going to the salon than getting my hair done myself.

      As per my make up....hehehehe, i need help.

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  8. Aww gorge, your hair is so full and lush!

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