Well ladies, I am so glad the bucket of water wasn't full or I'd have to kick some teenage boy booty. But yes, a familiar clown decided to include me in the water sports that I purposely avoided by pretty much not approaching it and I said no right before he did it. He did apologize when it registered (also because I wasn't laughing LOL)and he is kind of "special" , but yea I'm lucky I had oil on my hair or my hair would've poofed in a less gracious way. Eventually with time it did poof some more, but awe well... it's going to rain tomorrow so I've heard... so I will have to kiss my currently straight tresses good bye anyway. I wouldn't mind if my hair was in curly mode and even would've changed clothes and kept dry ones to participate, but yea, different circumstance calls for different approach.
Anyway so I am here thinking about what I should do with my hair for tomorrow as I have an outing with colleagues but have errands to run before. Awe well...I guess I will just go with the flow and make sure to have hair bands in my bag in case the weather does decide to play nice tomorrow and I can wear my hair out anyway.
Ugh I don't know...not even sure about what I am going to wear tomorrow, there will not be enough time between the errands and the outing so ...ugh.... Owh wait... there is enough time to change if necessary, just realized.
My day was so eventful and I am so tired and yet at the same time I want to watch a movie, guess I'll just freshen up and then see if I am still in the mood for that. But I digress...
| skin care wrote:|
I want to make my hair long and strong. How can I make them, Please share your suggestions.
Avoid combing dry hair, If your hair is kinky, then it's best to detangle it with (some) water and plenty conditioner(creamy), the hair needs product with enough slip to it to be able to detangle it properly. With dry detangling it's important to at least spritz it with water before adding the chosen product to detangle with.
If your hair curls, then combing it while it's dry will disrupt the curl pattern, you must comb on wet hair with preferably a creamy conditioner or any other product with slip .
If your hair is straight then you can comb it while dry or while damp. You can also finger detangle but that depends on the amount of hair you have as it's more of a challenge to get to all the tangles when you have a lot more hair strands to go through.
Moisture is very important, make sure you moisturize with a water based moisturizer(First ingredient will be water), then sealing in the moisture is important, you can use an oil for that or an oil based moisturizer on damp(hair that is almost dry) hair.
The moisturizer that will work for you depends on the kind of hair you have, is it kinky, curly, wavy, straight, or a combination of two or more of them, is it natural or relaxed, is it thick or thin, is it low porosity (keeps floating if you put a strand of hair in a glass or bowl of water for a few minutes), or high porosity(Immediately sinks to the bottom of the glass or bowl), or normal porosity(Floats at first but eventually sinks to the bottom), is your moisture balance(enough moisture and protein) alright(Is it dry and brittle?Does your hair break easily? Does it feel dry but has enough moisture?)?
Make sure to always condition after you use shampoo, cowashing is also an option, but if you are using styling products you will need something heavier than a conditioner, like a shampoo, but perhaps a natural cleanser like apple cider vinegar or baking soda might be an option as well.
Drinking enough water is important, moisture from the inside is just as important for hair health as moisture from the outside.
Getting all the vitamins you need is also important, so if you aren't getting your daily dosage through food, then supplements are a good thing to add, like a multivitamin pill with a glass of water every day when having breakfast.
Try to avoid really tight styles, make sure your hair isn't stressed from the roots.
Other than that, we will need to know what your hair looks and acts like to be able to give any more advice.
| fadedjeans15 wrote:|
I love this hairstyle!!! I am really into buns but I cannot achieve these hairstyles while natural
Yes you can rock a bun style with your own hair while natural, but it depends on how long it is right now. It might look different than the hair on the pic or you could roller set it or blow dry it to get it like the lady on the picture.
Is your hair too short at the moment or are you talking about your texture?