I decided to rock it to work after all . AND I got lots of compliments (and lots of stares ).
It was more floppy today but the wind got me coming up the stairs to my apartment. I decided to take it down tonight…I'll puff tomorrow
So that night I did this…divided my hair into sections. I later slathered each section with a very lite conditioner and loosely braiding it. I covered my hair with a plastic (grocery ) bag. I then covered that with a satin scarf and went to bed.
The next morning I detangled each section with my denman brush and put it into even looser big twists. I then rinsed rinsed and rinsed again. Next I washed with diluted castile soap and really got into the scalp well. Next I rinsed rinsed (rinsed). Lastly I undid each section, slathered it with coconut oil and shea butter and this is what i was left with.
I dug up this wide toothed comb from Lord knows where (I never used this).
I combed one side back and secured it with a scruchie.
I did the same thing with the other side BUT the front isn't long enough to go back into the puff
I found my trusty backcombs again (I need to get black ones). I got the front back.
I "put on my face", smoothed some FOTE aloe gel on my hair and tied the front back with a scarf so it would lie down.
This is a nice car…
too bad I'm getting rid
of it. Say bye bye to
* my car's name is Boobi
It just dawned on me…. I could rock the scarf to work! .
I just retied it and went 'bout my bidness.
This is me 13 hours later. I'll wear it like this all week until I can do something to it on the weekend.
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