Yea I'll say it again. Sorry I ran *dazzall*
Yesterday absolutely sucked! Even my landlord dragged out his huge speakers and had mad fun and instead of going up to join in the celebrations, I had to go and get my very irregular bout of emotional torrential outpour (I don't know if that's even correct). I holed up in my room all day, ate leftover fried rice and cried as I watched Its complicated and Madagascar. Yea I'm extremely weird like that.
So I've been doing deep treatments on my hair with unsweetened yogurt for the past three weeks. Can I just say I've fallen deep in love with this wonder food. Yogurt has to be the best thing that happened to my hair since Tresemme conditioner I swear. I've been faithfully deep conditioning my hair with my yogurt mix which I get by mixing avocado and sweet almond oils to about three spoons of yogurt. I let it sit in for about 30 minutes, wash and bam! Soft, extremely moisturized hair. I thought it was all in my head till I did it again and again and I became sure I wasn't imagining things.
|Hair after deep conditioning. Its like 80 percent stretched here|
Yogurt is also very good for the lady parts (for all my ladies) as it balances the ph of under there *ahem*
|My new oils. Still love coconut oil though|
In other news, everybody's favourite hair blogger Dabs of naija hair can grow is hosting a fabulous salon day out on the 5th of this month. It promises to be a beautiful day to indulge in all kinds of hair fabulousness. I can't even wait as I've been meaning to meet Dabs for a very long time. I've also enlisted my favourite goon in the world AKA Lovebear to accompany me. I only hope he doesnt get bored. Hehehe.
|Venue: the beauty bar, 19A Olosa Street, off Karimu Kotun Street, VI, Lagos|
One particular treatment I've been prepping my hair for is a henna treatment, which I hope to get at the salon day out. Its been over a year I did a henna treatment. As much as I liked the results, i didnt enjoy the very long time it took me to wash out all the henna silt from my hair, so I haven't done one in a long time. Curly Nikki has a very detailed Q and A sesh if you are interested in knowing the benefits of henna.