You see many blogs where the bloggers have all these advice to dispense and knowledge to impart and hardly any about struggles we all face and the process of learning together. It got me thinking, is this the case because of demand? Are ladies embarking on their natural hair journeys just looking for an "advice giver" in a blogger. Don't get me wrong, I see the need to have somewhere to get reliable information but I kinda like a blog where I feel as though the blogger is fallible just like the rest of us. That they are struggling with moisture retention or high porosity.
Ladies, so the question is are you looking for advice or fellowship?
My hair yesterday at the end of the day, I used just a little bit of shea butter to seal and no other product
I prepped my hair for bed last night by spritzing some water on it and covered it with a plastic cap and threw on my satin bonnet and hit the sack. This morning, it was still wet but not really "moisturized" as if the water just sat on top of my hair and didn't really get in. I don't know what that was about but I went ahead and applied the mudwash in sections as the previous two days and then covered it with the shower cap again and let it sit for about an hour. When I washed away the mud, my hair felt just as awesome as yesterday and very well coiled. I have to go to bible studies today and so I wanted to "set" so that it could last a bit longer so I used a little bit of KCCC and kinda smooched it on and this is what I have to show for it....
Do you ladies know why after a night of covering your hair with a shower cap, the water will not penetrate the hair strands?
Just wanted to do a quick post on my current crochet project. I usually crochet hats and scarves (instant gratification) so for me to do a blanket sort of thing is unheard of but I was inspired by Attic24 to do one since she does such wonderful things with color. So, here it is as of today...
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I'm a fun loving, wife, sister and daughter to an amazing set of people. I am learning patience and goal setting through my hair of all things. I also love to crochet and sew. You are welcome along on my journey. Oh, and I'm Nigerian, so there is that African perspective too.