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Giving Weave A Try | Update

I have been thinking about changing my hair a lot recently from the color to deciding if I want to relax it. I just been bored with my hair and I have been trying to do as many natural styles but its either I can't do it, doesn't come out right or it doesn't look right on me. I don't want to manipulate my hair anymore. I'm done with experimenting with color on my own hair and I don't want to continue putting heat on my hair just to cause damage. Soooooo I been thinking about trying out weave? I been looking into it for awhile but now I'm doing my research on it. I don't see any harm in getting weaves what so ever. I can color it and put heat on it I can also pick different textures. Only thing that's holding me back is that awkward feeling of people knowing your actual length and then the next day your hair is down your back lol. But I can get over it I think. This would be a great protective style and I'm hoping it can last for at least 3 months. I'm debating on a sew in or trying a upart wig but I'm more leaning towards the sew in.

I been really wanting to do the ombré hair but don't want to do that to my own hair being that is does involve bleach and I don't want to do that to my hair. I'm planning to put this weave thing into action before the new year or before my birthday, but just want to continue doing research on the best type of hair to buy. Anyway I recently got my hair evenly cut I just couldn't deal with the unevenness. My stylist did a good job in my eyes. Other then that I haven't been neglecting my hair as much I had been cowashing when I remember & m&s when I can. Even though I haven't been doing it constantly I still manage to try even if its like once a week. I know bad. As for trying to blog more often my semester is close to an end & finals are around the corner but for sure I'll be back real soon :)

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  1. I want to get an install too but I am worried about the leave out when I do the u-part/ sew in? I don't want to cause any further damages. What do you think? I hate the look and thought of full wigs and I don't know how to keep them firmly on my head:-(

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    1. From what I have researched so far is when doing a u-part u can adjust to how much leave out u really want. I'm planning to leave out a small section. I feel the same about a full wig but that's really the only way u can hide all your hair and not worry about any type of damage.

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    2. You can also get a full head sew in by just braiding your entire hair and placing a sew cap over. I'm new to this so I'm learning to lol

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  2. Hi! I would like to nominate your wonderful blog for a Liebster Award! Check out the details on my blog: http://wwwlovingmyhair.blogspot.com/2012/12/liebster-award-nomination.html

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  3. Hi! I would like to nominate your wonderful blog for a Liebster Award! Check out the details on my blog http://dessygt.blogspot.com/2012/12/liebster-award-nomination.html

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  4. I know I'm late but thanks you ladies for the nomination I really appreciate it :)

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Price: $7.99 for 16oz Tub @ Target

Product Claims: 
"This light creamy conditioning lotion spreads easily throughout to cleanse your hair and scalp. Detangling is wonderfully easy and rinsing is too."

"Helps maintains moisture, adds more moisture and retains moisture - vital to the health and happiness of your coils and curls."

"Plus! Contains organic ingredients that help promote healthy hair growth."  
Ingredients:Aqueous (Water, Aqua Purificada, Purified) Extracts: Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) and Citrus Reticulata (Tangerine)¹, Cetyl Alcohol², Cetrimonium Chloride, Cetearyl Alcohol², PEG-40 Castor Oil, Stearlkonium chloride, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil², Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil¹, Phytosterols¹, Serenoa Serrulata Fruit Extract¹, Quaternium-18, Potassium Sorbate, Fragrance/Parfum, Limonene, Methylisothiazolinone.
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