Hello August 😉 That was fast. Here’s to taking stock of life lately:
There is a quote that speaks to me whenever I think of my natural hair, or whenever I want to tell a friend that they should embrace their natural hair:
I love my hair because it’s a reflection of my soul. It’s dense, it’s kinky, it’s soft, it’s textured, it’s difficult, it’s easy and it’s fun. That’s why I love my hair.
~Tracee Ellis Ross
Don’t you guys just love Facebook for helping you walk down memory lane to remind you of where you have come from? I personally enjoy seeing my memories, from the lack of grammar in my former updates, to my childish updates (I look at them and I laugh), to the low quality images that still made their way on your timeline, to the very immature poses that were actually the “in-thing”, to the now outdated fashion sense I had 😉 It’s all too funny. I recently saw my past images of my relaxed hair and I thought, why not share this one the blog? So yeah, this is how my relaxed hair journey looked like….
Heeeeeyyyy there 🙂
I must say; I have been in deep thoughts lately about how to revamp my blog and keep it engaging, how to live a happy life, how to say no when I need to (I tend to be timid about this sometimes), and about life generally. For a while I have been thinking of doing the Taking Stock Series not only to help me re-evaluate some decisions I make monthly, but also to let you guys in on what goes on in my life other than natural hair chronicles. I hope we get to engage through this series and learn a tad from each other. It will be running on the blog every first week of the month. So ladies and gentlemen (drum rolls), here goes Taking Stock One by Margie Muga 😉
Here is the video showing how to add volume to your fro using the metallic afro pick. Please remember to subscribe 😉
Bonjour Mes Amis 😉
I have recently rekindled my love for the two foreign languages I have learnt over the past 6 years; i.e. French and Chinese. So don’t be shocked when I throw in a few words in this post and subsequent posts 🙂 I hope you are keeping warm and healthy; I have been down with a cold & tonsillitis but battling the same with medicine and warm healthy meals. So today I am going to tell you why you should invest in a metallic Afro pick comb if you have 4c/4b hair, especially if you love doing twist outs and bantu knots. This comb is a life saver ;-).. or maybe just a look-changer? Hihihi…anyway, this is a must have and I will tell you why….
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