Thank God for water because I was able to use it to slick my hair that never seems to want to lay flat down in my “bangs” area after I twist out my hair.
I even put a roller on while I was driving thinking I could curl my “bang” and hopefully it wouldn’t stick out in the most awkward place; always; nowhere else does it do that.
Does this happen to anyone else? I thought I was past my awkward hair moment for a minute after 4 years of letting go of perms and going back to natural.
I started cutting all my hair off and I used to condition wash my hair every day and go. I finally stopped doing that last year. I haven’t used heat in my hair in a year and a half almost. And just when I thought I had my hair down to a science and after cutting my own hair again, here we are with the same unruly piece that won't stay ruled unless I keep it twisted.
What do you use to keep your twistout laying flat? Is it in the twisting itself that makes a difference? Or maybe the unraveling of them?
Other than that. Thank God for melted snow everywhere, even though it’s kind of wet outside, but it was a good day, I love that black dress and I write in Brooklyn. Can't go wrong with that. So blessed to even be able to hold up a pen with my hand.
And so happy everything worked out for me and my little pompom; although I styled my twistout bang and pom pom with a bang like I had in the past, I thought I could have again. Yet, it wasn't so bad.
Does that mean I have to actually cut a bang?
I wonder how that would look on me with my natural hair.