Yay! First no hair post on the blog!
I’m smiling as I write this because I’m excited about this post.
Before I begin, let me state that I will not be sharing any hair growth procedures or remedies. This is due to the fact that I don’t really know what works for me yet, I don’t even have a routine.
You guys, keeping natural hair is no joke at all o! I do so much treatments(I think), that I never did with permed hair and still my front hair has refused to grow. I was asked by a hairdresser the last time I made my hair if I deliberately cut my front hair and left the rest. I had no answer except this face -___- Really?
This front hair crisis can’t be because I pull out my hair, can it? My mum says my dad used to pull out his hair too,so it’s the genes he passed to me. Lol, I’m kidding!
Anyways, somehow I became a ‘cutter’. I’ve cut my hair a number of times and I’ve been told that I have too many “looks”. That is, I always look different at various times, as compared to how I must have looked the last time someone saw me (
I should become an undercover). As I said, this post has nothing to do with ways I wash, oil or treat my hair. It is a picture post showing how keeping my natural hair has given me different looks through this lovely journey of being a “naturalista” and I wanted to share pictures! Yes, it’s a no hair/picture post too. Enjoy. 🙂
Whew! I think those are enough. I enjoyed putting this post together, I hope you enjoyed reading/seeing it too?
Do you agree that I have too many ‘looks’?
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Plenty Love, Bolaji.