A new direction + 2016 = wig regimen!!
Thank you for all your kind words and encouragement in my last post. They truly warmed my heart. I appreciate them deeply. You have inspired me. It is true that I would appreciate more comments. Yes comments are nice but if the truth be told, I don’t make a comment on every blog post I read on the internet. Blogging is in my blood so I will continue to blog through each life season, comment or not. 🙂
I am glad that I started my new blog. I have published at least 20 posts there in a little over a week. So, I now understand the major reason why I wasn’t feeling motivated. I have been blogging about hair for 5 years and I think I needed to be able to talk about my other interests. When I started working on the new blog, my mind was flooded with so many things to talk about. I am now motivated to resume working on this blog too because I feel liberated and renewed. I am however still thinking of a name for my new blog. What do you think about inspirationandlifestyle.com or beyondbeautyonline.com? Any suggestions please?
Secondly, I intend to publish at least one post on this blog every other Sunday. Can you please keep me accountable? If I don’t publish at least once in two weeks, please send me a message on firstname.lastname@example.org.
So, let’s talk about my wig plans shall we?
Confession: I have a terrible hands-in-hair addiction! Plus in the last three years, I have hardly done any protective styles. This year, I have decided to do something completely different with my hair: MANIPULATE IT LESS. Manipulation has a direct relationship with hair breakage. The more you manipulate your hair, the more breakage you experience. This is especially true for our Black/African hair.
To achieve less manipulation, I do cornrows first. With this, I have no access whatsoever to my hair. I prefer not to go out with the cornrows so I wear a wig on top of this.
To start with, I purchased two wigs from a Nigerian-based company: Hair by type 4. One was custom-made and the other ready-to-wear. They both have lace closures. You can contact the owner (Lade) by sending an email to email@example.com.
What are your hair regimen plans for this year?
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