the break-up but I've got a new love already! BOOM (literally and gesturely, is that a word?)
I'm a black woman with black woman hair. I once read somewhere that we're supposed to wash our hair every few days but I know many sistahs that dont wash their hair for about 2 weeks to a month or MORE! That washing my hair everyday had me feeling like I was going to end up with pnemonia...lol pores all open just letting all kinds of germs in. Just couldnt do it. BUT I have decided to keep my subscription so when I do finally take my weaves out I'll have a really great product to put in my hair.
Plus as much as I love wigs I didnt see them as a long term option. I must say I get pretty insecure with wigs even if they're secured...they make me socially awkard and makes sex weird...tmi I know but I'm just saying...what's worse than trying to be sexy and your hair falls off (whole other blog ladies...smh).....can't hug people afraid its gonna slip off...didnt want to go to crowded clubs cause if someone scooted by against my hair BOOM my hair is moving across my head and stuff....so Weaves are my thing until I'm comfortable with my own hair again...
Speaking of weaves and BOOM I've found a new hair called Boom by Zury, Egyptian Wave. It looked good on the manequin but was a little thin so I was sketchy because I love my big hair. So I purchased three packs colors 4 and 2. ($24.99 a pack)
Maintenance is simple just section the hair in two parts like you were going to style the hair in pigtails. Twist each section and pin or clip on the top of your head and wrap with a scarf.
I think you can put heat on the hair its 100% human hair, but I wouldnt want to flatten the curls/waves so I bought some biosilk which isnt too heavy of a hair replinsher sheen product for when the hair starts looking old and dull.