NaturalistOne's Hair Journey

My last perm was February 04 and I started Sisterlocks August 9, 2005. So far it has been great and I am looking forward to nice, healthy, thick Sisterlocks.

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Location: Windy City, Illinois, United States

I'm a legal secretary working downtown Chicago. I am a newlywed with four kids. I am in the process of starting my business up again "PURSEnalities." I will have website up soon. I am a member of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. and Order of Eastern Star, Ida Chapter #546, Modern Free & Accepted Mason.

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

What the !#$#%@!

Yesterday I was running my fingers through my hair, which I do daily, lol, and I came across a broken loc. I almost passed out, lol. I don't know what happened. When I went home, I tried to look for it. I wonder what caused that to happened. I have for the most part been wearing my hair freestyle. I haven't been maniupating my hair at all. Hopefully, I will not have any more broken locs.

Other than that, my hair is doing pretty good. I've bee SLd for 13 months. Two years can't get here fast enough.


Blogger Chosen Vessel said...

Oh boy, I feel ya...I remember when I first had a broken lock, I was in the bathroom running my fingers through my hair and I saw a piece of one of my locks on the floor, I freaked out and almost passed out. My loctician said that is normal, you will lose a few locks here and there so I have learned to deal with it. One thing I did stop doing is braiding it when it was wet, instead I twist it, and it seems to be less harsh on my hair and I still get the same curly look. As long as I am taking care of my hair I am at rest. But it is scary (yikes).


9:01 AM  
Blogger Naturalist1 said...

Hey CV:

Is twisting and banding the same as braiding and banding? If so, I will try twisting my hair instead.

Thanks for the advice.

10:34 AM  
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10:34 AM  
Blogger Chosen Vessel said...

Hi Naturalist1, I believe it is the same thing except the twisting is less harsh on your hair but you get the same affect. Tell me how it works out.


7:57 AM  

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