Some pics of my hair from 2012-13

Hello everyone. I am so sorry that I don’t put pictures of my hair as often as I should. My old camera got spoilt last year and I did get a new one but it’s one of these professional cameras and I’m still getting the hang of it. So most times, I use my phone and can’t get a good enough angle.
I was just going through my memory card and saw a few pics which I decided to share them.

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Do have a blessed day!

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About the author
Dr Fomsky

Nigerian-born Dr Fomsky is a God-lover, a wife, a mom of three, a medical doctor by day. Plus she owns a Nigerian-based online hair product store called Sizzelle.
Dr Fomsky is very passionate about hair, skin and weight management. Since she's had her babies, she's been struggling to keep her weight and her tummy down!
At night, she likes to read books, write blog posts and leave comments on other blogs. She lives in Alberta, Canada and is also the author of Solving your relaxed hair breakage book .
DR FOMSKY'S HAIR TYPE: Relaxed hair, High porosity, Fine hair strands, low to moderate density
CURRENT HAIR LENGTH: Between shoulder and armpit length
FAVOURITE DEEP CONDITIONER: ??
LONG-TERM PLAN: Grow out the front and crown hair sections to match the length of the back and sides.

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4 Comments to Some pics of my hair from 2012-13

  1. Furo says:

    Hi Dr Fomsky! Just wanted to say a BIG Thank you for my hair dairy by Jen. I do have an app on my phone but I’ve always loved books over technology so I’m going to start moving my hair info to the diary. Thanks so much!

  2. Ogechi says:

    How do i go about my hair to grow like dis?

    • Dr_fomsky says:

      It takes time and effort I think.
      1. Condition your hair at least once a week (when you don’t have weaveon or braids fixed).
      2. Keep your hair moisturized as often as possible.
      3. Comb your hair gently from tips to roots. When you take out your braids or weaveon, comb it very very gently to minimize breakage.

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