Saturday, December 29, 2012
Saturday, December 22, 2012
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Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Well well well... Where have you been all my life??
People…2012 has been such an interesting and ever-changing year. It’s truly been a whirlwind! I’m so sorry that I have completely abandoned my new years resolution to blog more. I’ve pretty much done the opposite =(
And now I’m left trying to cope with the fact that it’s almost 2013!! A whirlwind I tell you!
There have been soooo many changes in my life this year and the state of my hair is no exception. Unfortunately, those changes haven’t been so positive. It started last year when all the pampering slowly began to cease. Lack of protective styling (especially overnight), reckless and impatient detangling, and improper moisture infusion led to some pretty upset follicles. It seemed my interest in my hair had peaked and slumped. No wonder I hadn’t posted in a while. =(
95 percent of the time, my hair is worn in its naturally curly state. And my curls seem to hide their pain and frustration when really, they are being abused. By the time I find out my hair is damaged by way of unreasonable tangles, hair coming out in clumps, loss of definition, dull appearance, haystack dryness even when moisturizing products are applied, and refusal to respond properly to straightening or any kind of set (roller, twist or braid out, etc.) it is already too late. I knew what had to happen...a second big chop.
Actually, there were several chops over the course of a year. A snip snip here and there. It seems that no matter how much I cut, there were still damaged ends remaining. Man had I fouled up with my hair!!
In that period of time, my hair (stretched) went from this…
Good Grief!!! And as you can see, there were still some scraggly ends left when this picture was taken… so more was cut since then!
Needless to say, I’ve learned some pretty big lessons about the importance of listening to and caring for my hair.
I’ve also come to accept some things about my hair…