Another thanksgiving Sunday service and I had an amazing day in the presence of God. In Nigerian culture it is not uncommon that we tend to wear our traditional attire. I remembered my friends (three siblings: Chinenye, Ezinne and Chijioke) mum (Mrs Ojukwu) got her tailor in Nigeria to make me a skirt and a top last year. I decided it was time to make use of the top today. I paired the top with a maxi pleat skirt from asos. Meanwhile, I have not had time to wash my hair and I avoid rushing to wash my hair because this girl does not want unnecessary hair breakage. Enough for now, here are pictures of how I styled my hair (guess you can call it a fro hawk with a twist) and today’s Sunday outfit. Enjoy.
I will be posting soon on my deep conditioning routine (also doubles as my pre-poo treatment). I would say this process is probably the most important foundation for my hair before styling because I attribute my hair’s softness to it and moisture. My deep conditioning remains the same because I like to keep things as simple as possible for myself. Moreso, once something works for your hair stick to it. Looking forward to having you back. See you later.
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