Tuesday, 13 October 2015

AN Hairline Challenge: Update

Hi Naturalistas,

How has your week been? Today I am bringing you updates to see how 'our' natural hair line are doing. 

Week 1 
Week 3
It's just been 3 weeks and I can't believe that I am actually following through. I am one to always want a quick fix and until I saw this image I didn't realise how much progress has been made. This challenge is actually teaching me consistency with my hair. I'm loving it. 

See Adaora's update and in here words; "My hairline appears to be making some progress"

Week 1
Week 3
Who else is challenging the challenge? Send us Images let's celebrate your progress and err.... the madame still 'trying' to take picture *side eyes ore*


13 comments :

  1. The lady in the first pic really has awesome results in just three weeks!

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  2. Every one has definitely made good progress.Good job.

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  3. Progress. You guys should keep up with it. I'm not nearly as serious with mine Lol

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  4. Ehen leme oh lol. I just changed all the products I'm using and I included jojoba oil. (Dark and lovely loc ) . pictures are loading na . I have to print it . but I will admit that the coconut oil is doing something even thou I'm not super consistent

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    1. Print it o.We wanna see evidence.LOL

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    2. Please, help me tell her ooo. Over 2 weeks picture no gree take *side eye*

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    3. see people oh its not my fault na talk to the printer

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  5. This is what happens when one is dedicated to a cause.

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  6. Great she is seeing progress. I must confess that i see so many women of African decent with lost hairlines some am sure never to return. The worst I've seen are the ones that use to much lace front wigs as the glue takes off the hairline when the wigs are eventually take off. The other bad ones i've observed comes too much weaves/extensions done too tight and not enough breathing time between new styling. We tend to be so brutal on our hair, mostly from not understanding our hair textures and having unrealistic expectations.

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  7. Great one ladies.The only time I experienced thinking edges that much was when I was relaxed.

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  8. I have been slacking. Abeg dont smack me o. Brilliant results

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