Friday, 12 July 2013

Hair Challenge

I have decided to have a section for self challenges which will vary from 3 to 6 months depending on what the issue I am having is.
Due my last relaxer, I had shedding, breaking and thin ends! I was not happy at all. I have decide to undertake 3 challenges
1.     Stretch for 1 more week, therefore relax after 13 weeks post – With my last relaxer, I did have a bit of an issue towards the end of my stretch. In order to tackle this I am planning on:
i.         Protective stlying
ii.       If I can stretch to 14 weeks even better, but at no point will I keep stretching if my hair is breaking

Review date: 5th September 2013 – this is when I will be 13 weeks post relaxer
2.    My second challenge is to nurse my ends and nape to the best state they can be in. To do this I will be:
                                         i.    M&S with coconut oil every nail, my ends and nape
                                       ii.    Avoid having my ends on my clothes
                                     iii.    Protective styling and tucking away the end
                                     iv.    Trim ½ inch from my ends each relaxer

Starting point for nape and ends



Review date: 16th January 2013 – this will be on my hair one year anniversary; I will also be reviewing my efforts each relaxer time.

3.    Protective Styling challenge – It is so hard to style without heat and letting the hair just flow. I will be carrying out a protective styling challenge which I will review each month end, I should try a minimum of 2/3 new protective styles each calendar month
Review date: Month end, challenge is for 3 months and ends September month end

‘A wise man is superior to any insults which can be put upon him, and the best reply to unseemly behaviour is patience and moderation’ - Moliere


4 comments:

  1. This are great goals, makes me want to think of some goals for myself!

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    1. Thanks, I find I get bored on the journey, so need to find challenges to keep me going!

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