Have you ever experienced haircut regret? No? Who are you even? Teach me your ways.
Honestly I love my new hair cut (well not today cause it’s raining and I can’t tie it up) but generally I’m happy with this chic do…
But for when I’m not (probably soon, I’m like that) I have great advice for haircut regret from someone with actual flippen Pocahontas hair.
I’ve gone through many stylists over the years (many a traumatic story). I mean how else is someone with no upper body strength and enough hair for three people going to deal? But never has “trusting my stylist” been as important as right about now.
I got it into my head to do a big chop and start afresh… Because my hair is looking like an outward representation of my emotional being right now which is bleugh, I feel bleugh, I look bleugh.
When it comes to hair, being natural means something different to everyone, for me it means free of chemicals and heat and results in a large curly fro, but a blog reader has got me thinking…
Today’s Natural girl featue is a brand new fashion blogger on the block, Eridene, better known as Deenah from Journey with Deenah. If she looks familiar you might have seen her on stage amazing the audience with that epic voice of hers.
Deenah has been natural for a year now and has learnt that a wash and go is not a given…
One of the benefits of embracing your natural hair is that you don’t have to plan swimming trips around your hairdressers schedule. The amount of times I have either heard or said the phrase: “I’d swim but I don’t want to get my hair wet/spoil my style”, is quite frankly insane. You don’t have that with natural hair, you don’t have to calculate the money wasted on your hair if you go take a dip. But as with everything regarding natural hair; it’s not quite as easy as it looks.
So I decided to share some tips and tricks with you. Some are from trial and error and others are from a trained professional…You’re welcome