Growth Update!
Monday, February 08, 2010 | 6 comments

It's been two months since the last update! Sorry for the hiatus, lovelies. We'll be updating more frequently now. Anyway, I am one month away from my first year ful...

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Hey! I love your blog ad my hair is shoulder length. Would you mind doing a blog on your sew-in experience. what kind of hair you used and how you kept your hair healthy and growing while in the sew-in..just so I can stay away from heat as much as I can? Thank you so much.
What Kind Of Hair Was Used?
I do believe I used Sensual's Indian Remi (18 inches).

How Did I Keep My Hair Healthy?
I moisturized my hair almost everyday and washed it once or twice a month.

How Did The Sew-In Help?
My hair got a much need break and my hair grew amazingly. There were also less split ends.
I hope this helps anyone who was wondering about how I cared for my hair back in my sew-in days last year. LOL. Thanks to K.M for sending me the e-mail.


Kelle Michelle says
June 13, 2008 at 2:14 PM

Did i write this? I think so. Anyways, thanks I needed this :-)!!
Another question how did you mosturize with the sewin in your hair without getting it on the hair and waying the weave down?

Anonymous says
June 13, 2008 at 11:57 PM

i have very coarse dry hair, and i used something called kerastase bain de force shampoo & conditioner. & also the kerastase masque. its SO PRICEY. i mean it, itll put a big dent in your wallet. but wow, i can actually wash & go. its incredible.

i would suggest if you ever want to use a product that reallllyy works, try that. i just happened to come to your website and i never write on these things but ive done the research. ive spent thousands of dollars between shampoos and conditioners and treatments and relaxers (i had a japanese thermal straightener done to my hair about five years ago for 600$$ + a 100$ tip. so, not cheap. but it worked incredibly for a while but wow, super damaging.) the products you use seem to work well for you, but they are on the less expensive side. when shampoos, and treatments are less expensive that means they are probably working for the moment, but unknowingly to you they are stripping your hair of vital vitamins. i would also suggest taking aphrogee pills. you can get them at sally beauty supply, and they work great and are suppperr inexpensive.

have a nice onee.

Anonymous says
June 20, 2008 at 4:53 PM

As far as hygeine goes it i not very good to only wash your hair once or twice a month. Your scalp is very similar to your skin and oils are produced everyday. SOme poepl more than others. But hair and scalp can become oily and smelly. You should wash your baody and scalp regualarly daily if possible. That is if you like smelly good.

Sunshyne says
June 24, 2008 at 7:09 PM

In the past weave has grown my hair and also broke it off. I guess I wasnt taking care of it properly. Its good that you got results with it. Do you still weave your hair now?

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