Friday, September 26, 2014

Building A Relationship With Your Hair

Photo Credit: Unknown
Photo Credit: Unknown

In my opinion going natural is like getting married. It requires a lot of work, such as compromise, acceptance, understanding, self-awareness, determination, encouragement, patience, prayer, courage, and consistency. When you make the decision to go natural you are saying I am committing to a formal union between my god given hair and me.  Marriage is a formal union in which you choose to give recognition to that relationship. In order for you to have a successful hair journey you have to build a relationship with your hair.

If your not married the same principles still apply. In fact, this concept applies to all relationships good or bad. Building a relationship between you and your hair will take some work, but all relationships do. Committing may be burdensome for some and others it may simply be a lack of understanding how to manage one's texture. Begin to build a relationship with your hair and body like a marriage; commit to it by learning how to love every part and take care for it.

Uncle Funky’s - Curly Magic

Photo Credit: Uncle Funky's Daughter

Hello Ladies,

Uncle Funky’s Curly Magic is one of my staple products. This stuff works wonders on my hair and it smells great. I use this product for wash & go’s, moisturizing, and slicking down my edges.
  • This product has multiple uses it enhances curly or coily hair, tames frizz, control edges, while adding moisture. It can also be used to 2 strand twist, comb coil, and twist out natural hair. Please proceed with caution, I have not used this product for anything other than wash and go’s, moisturizing, and taming edges.
  •  Cons - Flaking if product is over used
  • I use it on 4A hair type, porous, with  major shrinkage
  • Product Rating - 4 Stars
  • Price $24.99 for an 18 oz pump bottle. It 's so worth it!