Excuse the lack of makeup and circles around my eyes...
Girrrl, let me tell you what happened. I was up late last night sorting out all the things that I need to accomplish this week. I happened to glance over at the cabinet that holds all my hair products and tools. Those shiny hair shears glimmered and gleamed at me. I immediately thought that I would look super cute rocking a TWA. I chopped a good 4 inches off and felt amazing about it. See below...
I decided to cut my hair while it was damp.
My hair is damp in this picture and you can still see the colour I applied from last year. My curls looked different as soon as I began chopping hair off. I loved the look and I'm glad I chopped it off.
I feel sexy...
Here is my hair 100% dry. My curl definition is beautiful and I'm so in love!
Have you made any drastic changes to your hair? Let me know in the comment section below.
Have a Good Hair Day and remember to Love Your Hair!!!
Welcome to Good Hair Diaries or GHD as I now like to refer to it. My name is Kavuli and I am passionate about DIY hair care. I decided to start this blog back in September of 2009 after reading an article written in the New York Times about natural ethnic hair. Being an African woman , I believed that I had something valuable to say to my community. It is possible to have the head of hair of your dreams with proper care and information. You can attain it all by yourself!
GHD cares about one type of hair only...HEALTHY HAIR! I love natural, transitioning, relaxed and locked hair, and my goal is to provide information to women of every hair group without bias. I have been relaxed, weaved, wigged, braided up and cut short. I am currently natural with near bra strap length curly hair. Follow me as I review products, interview the natural hair community, figure out a solid hair regimen, research ethnic hair care and ramble about all those things that makeGOOD HAIR!
Kavuli Nyali-Binase is South Africa's top hair blogger and natural hair guru. With a head of highly textured hair - and a mind enriched with biochemistry and microbiology knowledge, Nyali-Binase took the obvious step into turning a passion for hair into a career.
"I believe that all things worth having will take time, hard work and dedication. This also applies to hair. Your best head of hair won't appear overnight, so patience and consistency is key,".