This weekend I took out one of the back banded sections of my hair and did a length check.
Because I've cut and clipped my hair several times throughout my two years of going natural, I was surprised to see that my hair had grown as much.
If you read my post from yesterday, then you read about my indecisiveness on finding a hairstyle for my banded hair. At the last minute, I decided to do a two-strand twist protective style. I usually do mini-twists, but this time I did small to medium-sized twists. It took me approximately 4 hours.
I water-spritzed, moisturized, and sealed each section of hair while twisting. Because my hair was damp, my twists started to curl up. After I finished, I two strand twisted the twists in big sections and formed pin curls. I will do a follow-up post on my hair soon.
Big Chop Date: March 3, 2011 & June 12,2016
Transitioned: 4 months prior
Welcome to 1BlessedNatural Mag!
The purpose of this site is to recognize the beauty of natural hair and empower Black women. I am a natural who suffers from seborrheic dermatitis. This is my second time going natural. The first time was when I was 9 or 10 years old.