So if anyone has read any of my previous post knows that my second Favorite month is October. I love the Fall and how the leaves look in October but I won’t go on & on, on why I love it so much but I do hope to invest a lot in the month of October like clothing, jewelry, my camera and my laptop. I know you guys are like ok that’s normal but most people gradually spend money but my plan is to find a lot of savings on things of interest and start building on my projects that i have been thinking about for quite some time which I’ll further mention when it gets closer to that time. Wish me luck ;)
Good morning, it is now 8:56am Friday, September 13th. Not sure if this is a Good Friday but I am making today a good one with that being said I have decided to return to my natural hair which means completely laying off the sew-ins as a protective style. My biggest issue when it comes to weaves is harsh manipulation on my hair alone and that it wasn’t getting what all hair needs is oxygen and moisture to grow. I think we get so stuck on the styling of hair and not so much the maintenance of our own hair. I am very guilty of that charge. Nothing comes easy and we all know that when it comes to our natural hair journeys. Today, at this very minute I am picking up the lack I’ve put on my own hair and have decided to go and get my first hydration treatment. For those who don’t know what a hydration treatment don’t worry I didn’t know neither but this is what it is Steam Hydration Therapy is the process of conditioning the hair using steam. Using steam helps your favorite oils and conditioners penetrate the hair shaft and follicles more deeply, infusing your strands inside and out with moisture to stop: breakage, flaky/itchy scalp, shedding, dry hair and more. Steaming also stimulates the scalp by causing increased blood flow and circulation. It helps to loosen and relax the scalp. Afro-textured hair is more prone to drying out and resulting in breakage. However, any hair type can certainly reap the benefits of hair steaming. Steaming makes hair more manageable. It’s an excellent regimen addition for anyone “stretching” their relaxers or transitioning to natural hair as well as processing color treatments faster and deeper into the hair shaft without losing moisture. Welp! I am beyond excited, if all goes well I hope to continue this treatment in my journey Returning to My Natural Hair. Oh yea, I didn’t forget about you guys. I’ll do a review and tell you if it’s a 👍or a 👎.
p.s. | why does my post sound like a YouTube video ?? Don’t know if anybody caught that haha toodles-oo ;) |
Up early, going to get some school ish situated. ✌
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