Last year I was hit with being disabling dizzy. It lasted several days I remember going with my hubby to Roan Mountain before it was completely gone.
This year it hit again in the evening with no warning. That night was bad, the entire next day was so bad I felt like I had to lay down and hang on to the bed. I couldn’t do much of anything. The next day was some better, followed by the next day where I went on a photo outing with a new friend, Karen, I met at the local camera club.
FYI the entire post is about hair and hair products
I saw a gal with beautiful curly hair at Chick-fil-a. It was after I had already discovered Controlled Chaos but went to ask her what she used anyway. She said, Diva Curl. I like that with CC you have one product for defining curls which I found out was not the case with DC. So I answered their questionnaire, a few different ways if I was between answers and then bought a sale package with some extra products thrown in. I’m am sticking with Controlled Chaos. Your mileage may vary.
Probably like lots of curly gals my curls are not the same all over. The back bottom part near my neck is the curliest and shrinks up the farthest in tighter curls, the bangs and top back are hardly even wavy and the rest is somewhere in between. It’s all frizzy and dry and grows slower than a child waiting on Christmas.
Now that is quite the statement I know, but I’ve tried lots and lots of products and tools.
Every once in a while you come across a product that you love enough to tell others about it and if you have curly hair… this is a game changer! I really hate being on the other side of the camera but I am so shocked that my thin, fine, frizzy hair could do this I’ll share anyway since Tyler is blocking part of my chins 🙂
That is just something I don’t hear unless someone who has straight hair thinks they’d love to have naturally curly hair with a mind of its own.
Guys- you can pretty much quit reading this post as it will probably bore you, in fact, if you’re a lucky female with beautiful thick full straight hair this isn’t for you either 🙂
On top of being curly, it’s also fine, thin, absurdly slow-growing and the back resembles a skunk stripe because it is turning gray at a completely different rate from the front. I don’t mind salt and pepper, or all white but the skunk look just isn’t going to work.
My Pinterest board on hair is here.
I’ve been letting my hair grown out for years and now, November 2017, after the third cut by a new person it is right back to where it was two years ago.
I’m mad and I’m sad but I’m not surprised. Continue reading