Adding a fun accessory can take your everyday look to another level. :)
How do you accessorize your fro?
Aight I'm done! It took 20-30 minutes (I lost track of time lol!) on the cool setting
(which is actually a warm setting) on high speed to dry my hair 99 percent! My
hair was VERY VERY smushed from the dryer lol! But I was able to finger fluff it
like normal. The product combo worked great! I'm out to get Supa Gabe!
BTW, don't mind the fact that I keep rockin this sweater lol!!! Hey it happens! :)
Aight this is real time ya'll lol! I just cowashed my hair and I'm doing a wash & go. (The products I'm using today in this order are Avocado oil, Jane Carter Creamy Leave in Styling Smoother, SM Curling Gel Souffle and Jane Carter Nourish and Shine.)
I'm trying the Laila Ali dryer out now... It's 17 degrees out and I gotta get Gabe soon. I'll post what my hair looks like after I'm done with the dryer. :)
Quick tip: If you have fine hair or are sensitive to using lots of heavy oils on your
scalp, try adding a few drops of your essential oils to some water instead of a
carrier oil. :) That way, you are still able to reap the benefits of some of your favorite oils. It also works nice as a hair refresher. Currently, I add about 5-7 drops to 2 oz of water. I'll probably tweak this a little as I learn what works for me. :)
Sometimes I like to do "on the hair" side by side comparisons with my products. This helps me get an idea on how my hair will turn out before committing to doing my entire head with a product only to find that it was a complete fail lol. Today, I decided to play with some things I use as leave ins and stylers for my hair. I wanted to see how they'd work for my dry twistouts.
BTW, My hair is a couple days oil and has avocado oil, Shea Moisture Yucca & Baobab Volumizing Conditioner, Grapeseed oil, and Fantasia Ic Hair Polisher Gel in it. (For this experiment, I added each product to my hair without additional H20.)
I think we all can relate to having to rinse out your hair because of a product not mixing well with something else you had in your hair and it caused, flakes, goo balls, and chunks of product to lodge itself into your hair. (Not to mention if you have curly or coily hair it is a PAIN to wash out!) The problem usually lies when combining water based leave ins and gels together. It can be hit or miss at times, so knowing whether or not they work nicely together BEFORE applying them to your hair can save you lots of time. This is a really easy trick I like to do before mixing products that I'm not familiar with using together in my hair.
Example of products that mix well together: Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie and Fantasia IC Hair Polisher Styling Gel.
Example of products that don't mix well together: Eden Body Works Coconut Shea Leave In Conditioner and Fantasia IC Hair Polisher Styling Gel/ Eco Styler Argan Oil Gel.
Good Morning! I just wanted to let you know that I have finally decided to give Facebook a try! I am soooo late! I'm hoping it will be a fun way to expand the channel and connect. So far, I'm still in the learning phases of posting lol. I'm trying to navigate my way around the layouts and everything... as you may know, Facebook has a lot of stuff going on when it comes to constant layout changes. I'm having lots of fun posting updates and I hope you check it out and like the page :D As with this channel and blog, I hope that the page is helpful, fun, and interactive! Thank you soo much for your support with everything!!! See you there! :D
Family Life (we're crazy lol!)
Hairstyle is "Easy Afro Hairstyle" on stretched hair :)
Crystal aka Kriss :)
Hey! I'm Crystal, an energetic married mother of two who is on a journey to become the woman God has meant for me to be. I'm sharing my journey in hopes to inspire others to be comfortable with who they are. Here you will find lots of things ranging from natural hair care, beauty, marriage life, spirituality, and random fun stuff lol.
Remember to be who you are and not the person others think you should be!
Last Relaxer Date:
February 3, 2012
Big Chop Date:
August 5th 2012