In other news, I'm having "length boredom" at the moment. My hair is in a shrunken state (whether 80% shrunken or 40% shrunken) almost 24-7, and for the most part I don't mind it ... I like the ability to switch up my "length" and style via shrinkage. However, once in a while, I go through this phase where I want to wear my true length. In the past couple of years, that usually meant flat ironing. I'm contemplating doing that next month ... but the maintenance of keeping my hair straight while I exercise 3x a week will be a challenge ... and twists are just so much easier. We'll see what next month brings.
In the meantime, here are some more pics!
|After my last set of twists, I wore a twist-out for a few days. |
This photo is the result of finger separating/detangling the twist-out.
Since I was too tired to wash, I wore this for another day or two.
|Rollerset to stretch my hair for the next set of twists. (This was done after a wash and deep condition.) |
Within minutes, my hair reverts to more of a blow-out, but that is fine by me.
|I initially wanted to do flat-twists into a twist-hawk, hence what you see here. |
However, I decided that I didn't really want to commit to the look for 3 weeks.
The back was left this way and I did regular two-strands for the rest of my hair.
|Stretched for twisting. I *heart* roller setting.|