I recently removed the Nyasuba locks I had, and they had really served me well, seeing that they stayed for a record twelve weeks( three months). I honestly don’t see myself putting another protective style, probably until March, April there about.

I have been doubting myself when it comes to twist outs. My hair always seems to fail me and I just give up on it. This time around I decided to go through with it and just let the hair enjoy. Thankfully, they didn’t fail.

I used only three products to achieve the curls. Before I talk about the curls, let’s talk about washing the hair.

I used the Mazuri organics shampoo bar that lathers so well. I need to do a review of this shampoo very soon. It has worked wonders for my hair and scalp.

I stopped using rinse out conditioners because the sulphate free shampoos and shampoo bars I use are already conditioning enough, so my hair gets detangled easily.

After washing, I used my Marini naturals leave in conditioner that has an amazing scent and is very moisturizing for my hair. I use this on sectioned out hair.

After applying the leave in, I used Saru organics curl pudding. It is very rich in oils, so it keeps the moisture locked in completely. Today is day four after washing my hair and I didn’t need to re-moisturize it.

What I realized about my hair is that it has high porosity so I normally use the L.C.O(Leave in, Cream, Oil)method instead of L.O.C(Leave in. oil, Cream) and that works well for my hair. We can talk about porosity in detail soon. ☺

Having my hair out now is fun and I am enjoying it. It looks fuller and has so much more volume. At least thoughts of cutting it have died, but might colour it soon.

Oh this hair of ours. It is very diverse.

Published by mariesaru

I am all things love: love for hair, love of amazing relationships and I am here to tell mine and your story. I love adventure and all things books, especially romance. Stay tuned for more stories.

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