Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Protective Styling for my natural hair: Sew In...


The last time I was in the salon was in January, just after I did my big chop. I braided my hair, and carried it for about 3weeks. When I took it out, some of my hair went too, that scared me alot. I decided to let my "TWA" rest for a while.  All I was doing with my hair included: twists outs/ 2 strand twists, braid outs, corn rows, and when I have to go out , I take down my twists and style it or I wear any of my wigs.

How I went to the salon

First blow-out since I cut my hair in January. It felt good to see some length.


It took  me 10 months to actually have another protective style done. I chose to have my brazillian hair and closure sewn in, considering the fact that I had a gift voucher from Make Me Beauty Place.. (awoof tinz).

Hopefully , I would have this on for about 2 weeks and then I would start exploring some other protective styles.

Hair Details:

3 bundles of Brazillian Hair :  18, 20 and 22 inches
center part lace closure: 14 inches

Hair coloring, conditioning & curling: #10,000
Hair Fixing:  From #4,000

Done At:  Make Me Beauty
                 44 Bode Thomas Street
                 Surulere
                 Lagos.


Anyhooo, I need suggestions for protective styles I can do. Where are all my #TeamNatural sistaz o o o???

* TWA stands for Teeny weeny afro


Till my next post, stay beautiful.

xoxo


11 comments:

  1. lovely hair growth .....try yarn wrap or braids .....or crochet braid
    www.largerthanlife.com.ng

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    1. Thanks dear. You would be the first to know what I decide to do. *winks*

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  2. I hear crochet braids are a great protective style.

    Don't Touch The Hair

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  3. Your natural hair is really healthy, how did you achieve the twisted look in the first pic? You mean your closure was sewn not glued?

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    1. Thanks alot Sisi, I did a twist out the previous night, then the morning after I loosened it. I would do a detailed post on that soon. Do check back

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  4. Plz hw dd u do dis twa? Is it dt u twisted d ends of ur hair? Plz is dre any oda means of growing ur hair?

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  5. Your edges.... I want edges like yours.... Crochet braids is really great. You can have the kinky braids or any kinda of braids done the crochet way so your hair does not break.

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  6. *Learning* cute tho. Waiting till when I will av d mind to go cut my shoulder length hair&join d team natural.

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  7. Want to do the crochet braids. Still rocking my Bantu knots. @anonymous, try using castor oil on your edges. Helps a lot

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  8. @Aijay... Many thanks. I actually use castor oil when i remember. . I cannot stand d smell... there is just something about it.

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