Hair/Picture Post.

Hair/Picture Post.

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. 🙂

Sometime before April 2014
Sometime in April 2014.
Sometime in May 2014. It looked like I was crying…
People really liked this picture….
People loved this one!
My favorite #Selfie! I think this was late last year.
The day I cut my hair in February.
The day after my haircut.
This front hair battle! Last Sunday in church.

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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Remember that God loves you way more than you can imagine. As my friend adviced on her blog today, let us rest in the Lord and let His peace guide us.

Plenty Love, Bolaji.


  • Tani

    Loool.. you’re a clown o. I saved almost all of them into my gallery. The pictures are nice. By the way, that sun in Ghana must be disastrous o. You were yellow pawpaw before na. Haba!

    • Lool! My sister, it is serious! My sisters started calling me “under of pot” when I first went back home in 1st year.
      I believe sometime I’d get my skin back. Right now, I can’t stress about it jare.
      Thanks sweetheart for stopping by.:)

    • Thanks dear. I’ve tried shea-butter a couple of times and it does not work for me at all. I even heard of chapter 2000 and bought it but I don’t see serious results. I have decided to just leave it and be pouring water on it for now. If it grows, fine and if it does not, I’d keep cutting! Lol
      Thanks for stopping by dear.

  • Loretta! It has been sooo long! I hope you’re great o?
    I’ve tried so many things for my hair o, but I’d check if this will work. Hopefully, it would not be too expensive…
    Thanks for stopping by. I hope you keep coming to read other posts…*hugs*

  • Natural Hair is the way forward. I always want to cut my hair to. I just don’t have the mind. Lol. I miss pouring water on it without thinking of the consequences. Sigh.

    • Lol! I just remembered how we looked in that picture you showed me that we both cut our hair!
      I always feel like every lady will still look pretty on lowcut jare. And yes, that bliss of pouring water on my hair anytime is awesome(for now).
      Thanks for reading dear.

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