From top to bottom, left to right.
1) Sunday, Day 1 hair. I was rocking this hard core
2) Monday, Day 2 It had grown a little bit
3) Wednesday Day 4. What my hair is still down?
4) Friday Day 5; Rocking a puff!
This week was a hair week to end all weeks!
I did a wash and go which I used to be the Queen of in High School, but haven’t rocked since long before I started my transition. But at 14 months post relaxer I thought I would give it a try, and boy am I glad I did. I got more compliments on my hair in this week than I can ever remember.
So many people said, ‘girl I know you love to change your hair but this way is my favorite.” . .What your favorite? This big hair that just grows out of my head is your favorite?
I couldn’t believe it I had spent so much time so many years trying to hide my natural texture, I can remember living with my best friends in college and even as roommates I think it was months before they saw my hair before it was done. . .and this is when it was relaxed!
So now 14 months into my transition that has shown me more sides of my hair than I have ever known, to hear that people think my natural hair is beautiful is so amazing to me!
I think wash and go’s will become a solid part of my routine, now I just have to remember that I need to moisturize even on the days I don’t want to mess up my hair.
I love the ease of a wash and go, I loved applying my favorite leave ins and a little twisted sister 30 second curl spray throughout the week and being ready to go.
My hair is officially long enough to survive the famous pineapple method!! SCORE!
I love my hair.. and I love my curls, but not going to lie I still REALLY love when I straighten my hair as well . . some things never change.
❤ Kelsi Rae