The day at the Parthenon in Greece was pretty easy-going hair-wise. I let the twists hang where ever they wanted to. Here I am standing on the Acropolis looking out over Athens, Greece. My hair is so full you wouldn’t know it was cornrowed on the sides from this vantage point.
Here’s a great shot of the front that day while I stood in front of the Parthenon. Like I said, this is what it looked like when I did nothing and let it fall as it wanted too.
The same shot above except closer so you can see the detail of my hair. 🙂
Don’t forget hubby, rocking his usual individual box braids (done by moi).
Later that day we went to a La Plaka, a shopping district in downtown Athens. Here I am at a street cafe about to eat. By this time I’d clipped the front of the twists out of the way so they wouldn’t bother me while I ate. I don’t remember, but I’m sure I used my Goody Flex Barrette .
Later that night I wore the back of my twists pinned up to dinner with the front hanging to the side like this:
The next day in Ephesus I was back to my usual hump on the top (done with bobby pins and/or the Goody flex barrette ) and letting the back do whatever it wanted to like so:
Here’s a shot of the front while I walked around in Ephesus.
Well that’s it for now. I have 1 more post in the “Cruise Hair” series BUT I think I should get last cruise post up before I do that huh? #theshame. Stay tuned!
Until next time Glam Fam I wish you
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