Braid Me In @shebysocapusa
What do all of these stars have in common other than their blue eyes and gorgeous smiles?
A wonderful hair stylist I bet!
Hah. The new “it” hair styles does a revolving circle from short bobs to straight bangs to long waves, so what’s so different about the newest “it”? The Braids.
Stylish, easily accessible, elegant and chic. From Jennifer Lawrence to Blake Lively to Jennifer Aniston to Kate Hudson to an ongoing amounting list of celebrities and everyday people like us, we all are loving the braids. I personally love the side loose braid that goes on to the side back of your head. It gets those little unwanted strands that seem to always fall off onto your face whenever you’re concentrating on something oh so serious! On the other hand, they also remind me of the ancient Greek demure that I so love, which adds an extra elegance to your morning frizzly looking hair (or at least mine are!).
So if you want to give the braids a try, check this out! It offers an easier alternative to having to figure out if it’s to your left now or if it’s to your right or am I done…….…?
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Missing the twist…
I’ve had my braids in for over 6 weeks, and I’ve already decided what I’m going to do next. Can’t lie, I’m pretty excited, I love playing with my hair and I’ve been getting a little bored. Because I’m in a kitchen majority of the week, I always keep my hair in a bun… long story short, I missed being able to twist my hair so I started experimenting.
I kinda dig it. So far I’ve twisted the front up and to the side… just seeing what works. If you have braids in your hair; try to have fun with them; experiment with different styles and remember to keep your scalp moisturized.
Maintenance: Remember to drink lots of water, try your best to eat well, and keep the scalp healthy, clean and moisturized…oh and avoid tight hairstyles.
So, to twist or not?
What do you do to keep things interesting in the hair department?
peace, love and health