My spray bottle is one of my most valuable tools in my hair regimen. I often keep a stock of empty bottles on hand just to keep different mixes in. Sure, I could use just plain ole water but what’s the fun in that? Instead I mix a few spay concoctions, each with a different effect, to help me style and maintain my curls.
This white mom is BADDDD with her black daughter’s hair care and styling!
I feel like families with a black dad and white mom always have their child’s hair all over the place and tangled-looking (white people don’t know what our hair needs, and you sure as hell know dad’s don’t).
So seeing her put so much time and effort into gorgeous looks gives her many kudos.
Shoot… IIIIIII don’t have this patience with my own hair!
I bought a 4oz container of Whipped Goods’ hair butter, and MY GAWD.
I just washed my hair yesterday, and usually by the time it dries in to day two, it’s dry as straw.
But this time… I sealed with this whipped shea butter and it is beauty!
I did this three strand twist all over my head (SO much more tolerable when you have something to watch when you do twists… Why am I just no discovering all of this?!); the twists are still in, but not only is my hair still soft, it’s shiny and defined.
It revived my interest in taking better care of my hair, 100%. Now I’m looking up how to keep my scalp oiled and moisturized, how to do daily moisturizing for my hair… All of it, since I’ve now learned how to retain moisture for at least a day.
I’m so excited!
Only thing that’s in my way is money… The jar is small as hell and with S&H, that mug cost $13.
Nope. Not about that life.
So I want to make my own… But my FUNDS, y’all! I haven’t even ran my necessary errands to see what free spending money I’d have left, if any.
Regardless, I’m planning to buy my own shea butter, and essential oils will be a MUST, cause it stinks when its raw.
It just costs so much… I’ll make it work somehow.
I’ve just hit a milestone with my hair, I HAVE to make it work.
(Oh and I found a “deman brush” that’s only a few bucks (knock off that works just the same and has customizable teeth) that I may invest in, too.