As usual I am trying out some new styles. Below are freshly washed locks left straight, sides and front pinned back using long hair pins and leaving a side fringe.Back of the same style. I know there is a name for this but cant remember it now. Hair was taken from each side to make a large braid to the nape and fastened with elastic. Next time I will use something more fancy.
I have settled into a routine of tightening the front of my hair every 4 weeks as my hair has a loose curl it stays neater if I keep to this routine, then tighten the whole head every 8 weeks.
In terms of washing, during the summer I wash weekly and during the winter if it is cold then I wash monthly yes you heard me right I am back to my old habits lol If it is not too cold then I wash fortnightly.
I never use a hair dryer on my hair.
I am still using Aiken shampoo, conditioner and hair mask for coloured hair as I like the way they make my locks feel.
Below is my favourite, sides loosely pinned up on freshly washed and curly locks. I braided my locks when damp the night before.Back view showing the diamante pins used to hold back my locks. These pins are too short now and my locks tend to push them out. I need to investigate some longer ones or I just might make my own.
Now I am into year 4 I don't know if it is my imagination but my locks went through a phase where they retracted and seemed slim and now they appear to be swelling again. I think this is unusual as we are in winter here in England but it is very mild so this might have something to do with it.
Any way I am ready with the wraps and hats for when the weather becomes colder. I wont get caught out like last year when we had the worst snow in over 100 years. This cost me some breakage to my locks. Its funny I can never find the pieces when they break, I wonder where they go?
I hope that year 4 continues to bring lots and lots of healthy hair and more growth.
I would also like to thank you all for visiting and for your support and comments, long may it continue.
Until next time Kittylocks x