This is my most recent style, I love it. I will be doing a YT tutorial on how I did it soon.
You do lose ALOT of length with this style, but its great if you don't have natural wash and go curls like me, but want some curls!!!
Competition Details and video with hairstyle: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPnCk2lZZq0
I big cut (BC) in 2007, 23rd May to be precise. As a young lady I had mixed feelings on one hand I felt very liberated and free on the other I felt very lost in terms of how to style, what to use and how to care for my hair. Along the way I have learned many valuable tips and tricks and also found products that work well for my 4a/b hair.
The BC is a very personal choice. Some shave totally bare, some transition for a long time and some, like me transition for a short period of time. I didn't like my limp, lifeless, un lustrous strands. My tresses had no body, no length no zest for life ... It was dead. Time for a change.
Finally the AHHHH!! Moment came to me!! When I was younger my hair was long, healthy and thick. Why? Because I didn't relax! I Let my hair be how god intended ... wild and care free ... that ladies and gentleman is what I strive for today. Tweet
I have a confession ... Im a Hairolic!!! I'm addicted to everything that's hair related. I can truly appreciate the beauty of relaxed, texturized, curly permed transitioning and of course ... Natural hair. I love the versitility my natural hair has given me.
Im from United Kingdom, Birmingham to be exact. I don't see many British bloggers ... I hope I may begin to pave the way for more natural British Hairolics to come out the wood works.
My Hair Stats
Hair Texture: Natural 4a/b, I big cut in 2007
Hair Length: Current length is APL (Arm Pit Length), After a few set backs and major cuts
Styles: I love wearing protective styles such as weaves, braids, twists or my own natural hair in a bun