Sorry guys, I’ve just started a new job and there’s been a lot of stuff happening with that so that’s why there’s been a period of silence. But normal posting shall resume on Tuesdays as normal and as and when during the week as well.
|Grace after the two big flat twists I had done for church were taken out.|
|The Takedown toolkit|
Castor/Coconut/Argan Oil mix (to seal in the moisture)
|Sectioned my hair into 3 sections before proceeding to finger detangle each section.|
|Completed flat twists|
Once the flat twists were done, I added perm rods to the ends to give them a more curlier look than normal.
And here are the results:
|Please excuse the outfit, I was on my way to netball.|
The twistout actually was quite defined and very fluffy, thanks to the Cantu Shea Butter cream. I am pleased to note that Grace looks like she’s growing quite nicely as my roots very badly need to be redone in terms of colour. I am still debating whether to redo the colour or not – not redoing the colour would serve as a useful measuring tool for my growth…just a thought!
|Different angle of curls. Please excuse the slightly petrified expression on my face.|