It has been 7 months and a week (28 weeks) since my last relaxer touch up and I have an update for you. I will be doing updates like this every now and then just so you know where I am with my transition and what has been on my mind.
So your hair is hidden for the winter or during your transition, how do you care for it? I have just the answer to that.
We often make the mistake of forgetting about our hair whilst we under a protective style and that is a dire mistake! I remember back when before I started taking care of my hair, I used to find that when I remove a weave or braids or cornrows done with fibre, I found that my hair was filled with knots that had some white residue, which was dirt. Ever since I started taking better care of my hair, I have never experienced that and I am going to share with you exactly how I care for my hair under protective styles
I have put my transitioning hair away in a protective style to shy away from manipulation for a bit… and the special part about this time, is that I did it all by myself! Yep! I did. I did Crotchet braids using Darling Vogue Curl hair piece.
I prepped my hair by washing and deep conditioning my hair following the routine I shared in this post.
Hi I am Lebo and I am a product junkie! I decided to clean my hair products cabinet and I was shocked at the amount of products I have in there So I decided to have stock take. At this moment I have 44 hair products in total. Most of which I even forgot about. This is not on… So the current mission is to use up the products that I currently have.
There is something about a wrist watch that screams Classic. I am a big watch lover! I feel incomplete without a watch on my wrist. And then came this timeless elegant piece that I received from Daniel Wellington, a Swedish Watch brand.
There is something about lipstick that just makes a statement. the colour you are wearing can say a lot about what your look is trying to communicate. whether you are going for a sweet natural look or a dark daring look its all in the lips (and the eyes) but this post is all about the Lips… I am going to be sharing my Essence Lipstick collection with you guys.
Starting your hair journey can be both frustrating and daunting. There is so much to learn and so much to adapt to. I found that there were so many thing that were contrary to what I believed in when it comes to ethnic hair care in my country. Therefore, it made my adjusting process to hectic! I lived on tips be it on social media, blog and YouTube channel so this is my chance to give back. In this post I will be giving tips on how to start your healthy hair journey.