Monday, April 13

I'm Still Here

Hey my lovely people!!! Long time, no see. How are you? I hope you all are doing fabulous!!!
I wanted to drop in and give an update on my hair. Although it's been FOREVER,  it will be brief since not much is going on with my hair.

  • My hair is doing well for the most part.
  • I trimmed it a few times since my last post, but I didn't trim much. Probably about 1 inch all around in total
  • I did a Henna and Indigo treatment, after not doing one since last March. My hair felt great afterwards
  • I have developed a dime sized bald spot(noticed it on 3.4.15) on my right temple area. This feels like Deja Vu. Looking back at my posts, I had the same issue this time last year. And looking back at pics, that area has always been a little thin. I have an appointment coming up with the Dr. But in the mean time, I have been applying a mix of Emu, Olive, Rosemary, Lavender and Castor oil with a teaspoon of MSM(sulfur powder) day and night. I  also recently purchased Onion Oil to see if that will help some. I will do a separate post on that soon.
  • I have also reduced the amount of puffs I wear and try to reduce tension around my hairline
  • I have ALSO increased my water intake and started working out again(it's been a while). Yes, I'm not going to lie it all started with the bald spot. I was trying to do any and everything to get it to grow back fast. But it's now a lifestyle change..hopefully.
  • I haven't straightened my hair in over 3 years. I may one day, just not sure when.
  • The back of my hair grows ridiculously faster than the rest of my hair and it's annoying. I just wish the rest of my hair would catch up. Luckily I have figured out ways to conceal it
  • I am officially 2 years natural and 3 yrs 5 months post relaxer
  • I still wear twists for at least 2-3 weeks out of a month
  • My shrinkage is crazy. Even in braidouts, my hair shrinks like 65%

On to the pics.

Experimenting with braid-outs
The easiest protective style ever

The 'faux" bob
My signature look- Twists
The puffs I rocked before finding out about the bald spot(most visible on the bottom right pic)

The other night. First time wearing a puff in over a month and it felt good. I was of course careful with my edges
Anyway, I truly hope you all are doing well. I am still around and respond to all emails/questions/comments, so feel free to reach out to me.
I do post to Tumblr regularly, so you're welcomed to follow me on there
So, how's your hair journey going? I'm curious.  


  1. Maybe check with an allergist about the small bald spot. I mention that as it's interesting it appears during peak allergy season. Have you ever been diagnosed with allergies? Do you take any type antihistamines? These are just some ideas.

    1. That is a great suggestion! I have never been diagnosed with allergies, but just recently I have been feeling like I have developed some. I will most definitely bring this up to my Doctor and check with an allergist. Thank you so much!!!!

  2. Recently I've found a few YouTubers who do the Curly Girl Method and are having great results. I am re-trying this method for 3 months and then I will decided if I continue. So far I am loving the results (didn't realize I could still do my twist-outs, updos, etc. with this method). Just need to find a staple sulfate free (low-poo or no-poo) shampoo.

    1. That sounds very interesting. That's great that you're trying out new methods. Let me know how it works out for you. I would like to try a similar method in summer. I am not adventurous when it comes to sulfate free shampoos and only use the Shea Moisture line(either the pink bottle or yellow). Unfortunately I can't make any suggestions. Thanks for sharing!

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