So, are you one of my weavilicious or wiggilicious or permicious sisters that have often secretly envied the ease at which naturals carry their hair? Have you wondered at our confidence as you see us strutt by with our 'tangle free', easily created hair that makes you want to (though you might never admit it) cut your perm and try that natural hair stuff?
Well. Wait A Minute. Now being a natural head is fantastic. In fact, that's one journey that I do not regret. I will go natural over and over again but being a natural head is not without its pains namely those anger building, annoying, time consuming tangles.
Those things occur at the drop of water and have made me want to take my hair scissors to my hair and give myself a fabulous Pamiola distinctive hair cut but hey, I stopped myself ......barely.
I honestly do not have a clear idea why these tangles occur, but I have been told that maybe it is a sign that my ends might be weak. So, I cut off a lot of my ends and still it happens. Then, I went to my favorite stress free haven - ahem (please refer to previous hair post to find out what I am talking about) but if you want to skip ahead - the hair supply aisle at my Walgreen or the hair products supply store and looked for products that could help me heal my strands.
Then tada, I went to my Sally Beauty supply store and came across the "Beautiful Textures line" which promises great tangle free hair. I sang from the store to my home, excited that I won't have my usual "damn, what the hell, %%%%%%%%" time with my hair. It seemed to have worked until it dried up and I had tangles. Since, I had to travel, I had to make do with a big bob on different parts of my head. Loool....not a cute sight.
AAAHHHHH, so, I decided to take pictures of lovely short cuts to show my colleague at work and after getting a "don't you dare do it Pammy." I am back to square one...what do I do with these tangles? How do I get tangle free hair.....Help meeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!
How many of you deal with tangles? What do you do? Also, any one tried the behetonite clay bar soap from KisforKinky. Will check it out and let you know next time?
Also found a new site for those of us who create hair and body lines at home. Please click link to visit site.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 26 April 2012 11:39 )