It’s protective style time! I’ve been at a crossroads with my hair lately and I decided my best bet is to go with a synthetic curly weave. I’ll get to why in just a moment, but leave give you a brief hair update.
I’m 6 weeks post and I really need to texlax already. No, I’m not underprocessed. It’s just the opposite. During my last texlax I ended up with bone straight roots. I used Mizani Regular, which is stronger than needed. I added extra oil, but I still ended up straight. So, what I’m seeing is actual growth.
Someone asked me if it was due to my hair reverting from sweating. Unfortunately no, a relaxer permanently alters the hair. So, my hair didn’t revert, it grew. I am not imagining this and I have actual growth. LOL!
I’m due for an actual length check next week, but I’ve decided to weave it up for the month of October. I want to do a curly sew-in because I think that will be best for all the running I do. Plus, I want to add a little color to my hair and this will be the best way for right now without damaging my hair. I guess it’s a double protective style. LOL! Sounds great to me!
I picked up my hair today. Since I’m leaving it in for such a short time, I’m going with the Freetress brand hair. Freetress is the least expensive curly weave hair sold at my local beauty supply store. There is no sense in investing in the good stuff just to have it in for a few mins. Plus, the curly hair will hide any frizz that happens due to this wonderful Florida humidity.
I purchase Jazz Water by Freetress. I love the way the curls look in the package and it reminds me of my natural curl pattern. If you would like to see the hair after I installed it, check out my Jazz Water post.
Do you have any fall hair plans? If so, what are they?