Saturday, August 2, 2008

Braid Out

Ok so I did a braid out after washing my SL's last night. I kind of like it. I put on a headband and pulled it back further on my head. I think this is a great weekend look with some pretty earrings. Also too, it' been almost one full week with my SL's. This has been the easiest hair week ever without extensions and hairline pulling braids. I'm so glad I made this choice. Also possibly next weekend I'll have more SL's to count since my consultant and I agreed to split some that seem a bit large. I think what I want is primarily the small and medium only, no large. This is one of the great things about SL's is that they can in a way be customized to your liking in way of size, and pattern due to need. Although we that have SL's that were created by one woman, we all look a bit different, special. I'm looking forward to the next stage of my journey no matter what comes up. It's natural, it's me, and all beautiful as a nubian black woman. Thank you Dr. Cornwell for creating something that is more than just a hairstyle but something that is liberating to so many of us women.

Peace, love, and no hair grease.


BrownBeauty said...

Hey welcome to the right side! I love your hair its beautiful. I look forward to following your journey.

Loc since Feb '06

dewdrop said...

Your braid-out came out nicely. I made my first braid-out over the weekend and I like the way it came out however, it was a lot of work for me to braid up nearly 20 sections just to get the same crinkly effect. If I made fewer braided sections, then I would probably get very loose waves or something. Part of the problem is that I have so much thick hair and braiding 6-8 locks alone makes a thick braid.

Even though I have some length, if I were to braid larger sections, the braid would still be too thick and not long enough to create an actual braid. I'll have to figure something out. Gosh, i'm learning so much about my locks at this stage.

Lalaboobaby said...

I'm really enjoying my hair freedom and versatility even with my new SL's. You ladies are beautiful and I'm also enjoying the sisterhood. Thanks for commenting, and I'll continue following your blogs as well.