Happy New Year Curlies!
Thank you for reading and following my blog!
My staple products have changed. Here is my updated staples list. I use mainly products by Edens Body Works
Edens Body Works Cleansing Conditioner
Edens Body Works Coconut Shea Hair Mask
Edens Body Works Coconut Shea
I use Coconut Shea Curl Defining Creme when I want a strong hold. This won't leave you hair crunchy either.
I use Cocount Shea Pudding Souffle when I want big fluffy hair. This leaves has a soft hold and pairs well with the leave in. The leave-in with the defining creme is a bit too heavy for my hair.
I have been lax on pre-pooing but think I will go back to using coconut oil.
I have tried steaming with my deep conditioner and I LOVE it! My hair is so soft and easy to detangle afterwards. I believe the steaming really helps the product to penetrate may hair better. I do not have a steamer; I use MissT1806 method of with a shower cap, a turbin, and my bonnet dryer. You can watch her video here:
Anemia Damaged Gone!
So I cut off all of he anemia damaged ends off in August! Woohoo! Yes, it's been awhile since I posted. I don't why I didn't cut it all off earlier I am so much happier and my curls are springy! I will be honest that my hair doesn't seem to be as thick I as I remembered it to be before the anemia hit. However it seems to be growing pretty fast, I need a trim already! Here are some different styles I have been wearing...
|Damaged ends cut off and twists!|
|First twist out after cutting damage off!|
|Very defined twist-out using Edens curls defining creme|
|Wash and go with Edens curling defining creme. |
Can you say shrinkage!
|Stretched twist-out with Edens Souffle|
Thank you for reading! Please continue to follow my natural hair journey! More updates and posts to come in the new year!