Wig technology has come a very long way since the heavy, synthetic wigs of our Mom’s and Grandmom’s. Back in the day, unfortunately, our only options for switching up our hairdo were those “everyone-can-tell-it’s-a-wig” but today, it’s possible to wear a completely different hairstyle every day of the week, and it looks like it’s growing out your scalp!
You’re probably wondering how this is possible— how on earth could a wig look that natural? Well, the answer lies in the newest member of the lace frontal family: the 360 lace wig.
In a world where people are so obsessed with the way they look, where kids spend more time contouring than enjoying being young, it’s a huge surprise to think of how much we don’t look after ourselves. Take hair for example – we curl it, straighten it, relax it, bleach it, and get annoyed when it won’t do what we want it to do. Caring for your hair will enable you to do what you want to without it snapping, splitting and shedding. Read more
There are some moments in life when we choose to wear our hair curly, straight, long or short. I prefer to wear straight hair when choosing weave as I can achieve many styles with it. With the L’Ange Hair Aplatir Straightener (ceramic flat iron), it is possible to curl and straighten your hair by using the same iron. Read more
Hair loss is commonly found in people than you might not even imagine. Hair loss and other damages often strike to the people when they are in their mid-life. Some people have the misconception that it is only the males that suffer from hair loss, but also the females are prone to the hair thinning that can often lead to bald spots.
Whatever is the reason for the hair loss, it is never fun. When there is a hair loss happening, we feel that our self-confidence and self-esteem is being damaged. While hair loss is damaging, but it can certainly be corrected with the different natural herbs mentioned below:
Your hair is unique to you, whatever the natural wavelength is, from straight, curly, wavy, coiled or kinky. Whatever the case may be, taking care of your hair is very important, it’s something that’s biologically gifted to you and is a part of your being. Your hairstyle can reflect your personality and charm, but a style can only exist if the texture of the hair is willing to be contoured and changed. That’s why a healthy head of hair starts with how you feed and treat it. Knowing how to keep it stress-free is sometimes a needle in a haystack search.
I recently went from transitioning to relaxed after I transitioned for 2-3 years, now that I have my hair relaxed I am considering to start my transitioning journey back natural. I miss having my hair in a high puff, twist out etc. even though I enjoy playing around with my relaxed hair but not as much how I love the versatility of my natural hair.
Why did I start my Transitioning Journey
My main reason for considering to start transitioning is that I am not pleased with the way my hair is done when it is being relaxed and I experience a good amount of breakage and less hair growth.
I do have to style my hair on a regular basis, so I would buy several different styles of ponytails, wigs to pin onto my hair when I put it in one. I really do miss my high puffs and I wish to achieve it someday.
Twist out hairstyle
The last time I relaxed my hair was on the 6th of April and normally my hair would take about 6 weeks before I have a good amount of new growth, so I would say my transitioning journey started around the 9th of May. I am currently 13 weeks into my transitioning journey and so far I have only done one protective style. The first time that I transitioned my hair I had worn protective styles such as weave and braids but this time around I am giving my hair a break from weave and braids and wearing my regular ponytails and twist outs until I find someone that can style my hair as I desire.
Did you do the big chop? How long did it take for your hair to transition fully? What made you wanted to go back natural?