For my hair I used direct heat twice #yikes!
For my sister in law’s bridal shower (week before wedding) I flat ironed my hair, my relatives were all gasping about my length and asking what I have been doing
|From left: younger sister Angela, me, Mum's younger sister (aunt), mum and second cousin Cathy|
Throughout the rest of the week, I had it down
|Mr pouter himself, my nephew|
For the wedding I went to the salon, armed with my hair oil, pre-pooed hair and wide tooth comb and steamed and rolled steam my hair, and then wrapped it for the wedding, it was a bit of a mess for the church in the morning, but worked something out
At church service for wedding with the other half
For the evening do, I flat ironed it. (Believe it or not I have no selfie of me at the evening reception :( ), new goal take more pictures!
For my engagement dinner (get to know the family dinner) below had a braid out
Me, the other half James and my younger sister Angie.
After that I rocked a side bun, the pictures don’t do it justice, but I think it was cute ( with fiancé nephew)
With the little nephew
Then on Thursday last week, I washed my hair and blow dried it and I had box braids installed, as I used a protein treatment just 4 days prior to getting my braids installed I did not do another protein treatment.
So this is me for the next 10 weeks, got my hair done for £13.
Box braids, in mum's kitchen making cookies apparently my cookies are the best
That was pretty much me over the holidays.
Mum's wedding hair was a mini afro
My sister has locks, she swipe them to the side for the wedding, she was a bridesmaid
Toast to the bride and groom! I have a new sister #yeah!
1. Head scarf
2. Wide tooth comb
3. Heat protectant
4. Herbal Essence Hello Hydrations hair mask
5. ORS carrot oil
Happy Hair Journeys Ladies! :-)
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