I joined yet another group over at the K.I.S.S. network. This time it’s a group where we will be doing “Satin Braid-Outs” and sharing info on how to perfect the look. I watched a video on YouTube by NinaPruitt where she demonstrates how to do it. I used a long satin scarf that I thought would work and cut it into 4 strips. I cut it using pinking shears because I didn’t want the fabric to fray. My hair was freshly washed and conditioned so I applied the KimmayTube Leave-in where I substituted Giovanni Direct Leave-In for my creamy base and coconut oil instead of jojoba oil. Then I sealed in the moisture with my castor, coconut and olive oil mixture.
I am a member of K.I.S.S. (Keep it Simple Sista), a gathering place where ladies (and men) learn more about caring for their hair. It’s a place where you can ask other members for advice and find out what people have done to reach their healthy hair goals. After lurking through all of the hair challenges, I finally decided to join in on a few. What is a hair challenge you ask? From what I gather, it’s when a group of ladies (and men in some cases) decide to all do something that will benefit their hair over a set period of time. At K.I.S.S., everyone is striving for longer, healthier hair and a hair challenge is that extra, little bit of motivation we sometimes need to achieve our goal.
|“Bunning” for Length
My husband teased a little when I told him what I had been up to. His hair is Mid-Back Length with little to no effort so he didn’t see the point of all these “challenges”. I tried to explain that it just helps to know that there is support out there for those of us who need it. So far, it’s actually kinda fun and I’m learning a lot. For now, I’m just trying not to be impatient for the length that is to come. All in all, I know it’ll be