|Well hello there, mini-twists. I've missed you.|
I'm an advocate for this protective style. It's twists, but they are stretched. Like... temporary locks. I have about a month (well, 3 weeks now) to rock these twists. In the first week of April, can one of NIN's fabulous readers e-tap me on the shoulder and remind me that it's time to take my twists out? You all know I can get attached to minitwists.
I don't have any deep or insightful thoughts about my hair right now. I can say that my hair and I are like BFFs nowadays. I am learning what it likes, and it's learning to behave. I haven't had a "bad hair day" in a while. It's not necessarily all great days, but we are getting by just fine nowadays. I do know that I saw someone I had not seen in a while and she commented on how long my hair has gotten. And then I did my dougie in my head. Anyway, I'll post some styles later.
Also, I'm beginning to focus more on what I put into my body. A healthy body = healthy hair. I know there's a big fuss about vitamins and oils to help hair grow healthy and strong. And I'm about 3 pills from being out of biotin. Here's a hair secret: the best way to condition your hair is from the inside.
I spent three days this week eating no meat. It wasn't hard at all, and I indulged in an assortment of vegetables. I also used my juicer for the first time. Since natural juice smoothies run about $5.00 for a 16 oz. bottle, I figured this would be a healthier and less expensive way to get my vitamins and vegetables. Yum. Hopefully my hair enjoyed these nutrients as much as I did. It was fabulous. And it tastes so much better than a biotin pill.
Have you tried to adjust your diet to specifically improve your hair? How did that work out for you?