Human Growth Hormone Happiness

Being 20 weeks pregnant and happy, I have noticed a recent and major growth / health spurt in my hair. This can’t all be attributed to the pregnancy though. For months I have been wearing my hair naturally curly by using less heat, styling products and chemicals and washing it far less. BUT the prenatal … Continue reading

3′” More Inches

HELLO! It has been awhile and I apologize for being MIA. I spent that last several weeks offering my time, support and comfort to my family and to my dad. He experienced a slew of unexpected complications post, what should have been, a routine surgery. He is getting better day by day but it was … Continue reading

H2O

I just got back from California where the moisture levels were kicking my hair’s butt. If you reference an earlier post, you will understand my hatred for this substance called HUMIDITY. However; in my quest to find the positive in everything, I decided I would look at humidity from an optimist’s approach. On sharecare.com I … Continue reading

At a Loss about Losing

If you are like me, losing hair can be frustrating. I have very thin hair so the thought of losing, even one strand, puts me on edge. So daily, when I have to clean out the shower drain and I find curly hair tumbleweeds on my bathroom floor, I start to feel stress about losing … Continue reading

Humidity

I am thrilled to be my friend’s Matron of Honor! Her big day will happen at the end of May on the beach in Naples, Florida. A beautiful destination wedding aka tropical / sunny VACATION! I can’t wait for all the festivities and I am so excited for her. BUT there is one problem and … Continue reading

Eufora

I am continually on the lookout for hair products that moisturize my hair and enhance my curls. Wearing my hair curly leaves it feeling dry and brittle and straightening it leaves it damaged and frizzy. Each month I will be using a different hair product and blogging about it here. This month I am using … Continue reading

My Curly Conundrum

I assume you are here for the same reason I started this blog – to get clues about your curlicues. I happen to think curls are unique and eye-catching, on everyone but me. Hence my conundrum – how can I embrace my natural curls but do so in a way that makes me feel confident … Continue reading