Knowing your hair type isn’t an important factor in establishing a good hair care regimen. You can know your hair type or curl pattern just for the sake of knowing it, but it won’t help you to choose hair products wisely, and it won’t help you to choose your styling techniques wisely, either.
If you don’t know your hair type, here’s a post on André Walker’s site that’ll help you figure it out, if you really want to know.
I’ve had natural hair for a couple of years now, and I’ve definitely done my fair share of research. But one thing I didn’t quite wrap my head around was hair porosity. Until recently, that is.
I was so overwhelmed by all the information I was reading everywhere that I decided to ignore porosity completely, because I figured it wasn’t an important factor in my hair care regimen. I just wrote it off as some hard-to-understand concept that only the gurus knew about.
However, I was wrong. It is a very important part of any hair care regimen, and it is not hard to understand.
In today’s post, I’ll show you how I deep condition mini twists.
I’m pretty busy with school and commuting, so when I get home, I have to try my best to get everything done so I can go to bed at a reasonable time. That doesn’t always happen, of course, but there are some things I do to try to make it happen.
I Create a To-Do List
Almost every day, I write down what I need to do when I get home. As I get them done, I tick them off. It feels great to tick something off, so I get motivated to keep going. Usually, I try to do the less time-intensive, easier tasks first. That way I don’t burn out too easily.
I’ve been quiet for a few weeks. (I feel like that has been the norm ever since I started this blog. It’s only because I’d rather not bore you with the musings and ramblings of my life. I prefer waiting until I have something beneficial to share with you.)
This time, I’ve been out because I’ve been focusing my energy on establishing myself as a Freelance SEO Writer. I have been following a challenge that Bamidele Onibalusi (Founder of Writers In Charge) created. The aim of this 60-day challenge is to get to a point where one can earn $1000 per month as a freelance writer. At the moment, we are halfway through the challenge. Check out the challenge announcement here.