Here is something that I have wondered about for a long time - how can I get my eyebrows on fleek?
I am not 100% there yet but thanks to watching YouTube I am getting pretty close. Recently I have been bombarded with compliments about my eyebrows, so I felt the need to do a tutorial. Now I still have a couple of milestones to lock in my Fleek zone. However, I do believe that I am close to mastering it.
Washing your hair in between relaxers can seem like a job. I use to hate the struggle myself until I created a wash routine that has helped me lessen my dependency on creamy crack. It took some time to find the right products that compliment my hair but now that I have the recipe - I am not letting go.
Question: How often do you wash your hair? How often do you flat iron your hair? And, how often do you get a relaxer?
Answer: It all depends on my wash routine. I wash my hair every 8-10 days and flat iron my hair 3-4 times a week. In between flat ironing, I wear headwraps to avoid applying extra heat to my hair. I go without relaxers as long as I can maintain my hair with a good wash and daily routine to keep my roots and edges manageable. I probably get less than 5 relaxers a year because of this (I apply my relaxers at home).
I am interested in learning about your wash routine. Let me know your hair type and what products you use to maintain it between relaxers.
Finding protective styles for your hair can be a tiresome task. Skip all the sew-ins, braids, lace fronts, and extensions for a stylish headwrap. All you need is a yard of decorative elastic fabric from your local Jo Ann Fabric & Craft, $11, and 3 minutes. Save time, money, and energy with this no fail stylish look.
Danni is my seven-year-old daughter who enjoys reading, drawing, singing, dancing, hair, glitter makeup, and YouTube. She is a true girly girl until it's time to comb her hair. Danni's least favorable activity is sitting down and letting me rake through her beautiful thick 4C mane. Learning the proper way to take care of her hair is a journey. I want to get to a point where she enjoys getting her hair comb, and it doesn't feel like a task but a fun activity. In this product review, we use E'Tae Hair Products in hopes that it will make our hair combing experiences more pleasurable.