Hello All My Darling Divas!
Welcome back to the blog! We are now back to our regular scheduled programming here on the blog, and were going to kick it off by talking about my new hair! I have yet another crochet braid installation, and yall know I have to give you guys all the details! You guys know my stylist Shirley hooked me up, and this time I wanted some long hair! I was going to just do an all black style, but I needed a pop of color. You can never go wrong with blue in my book, so I grabbed a pack of blue hair, and this fabulous hairstyle was born!
For this style I used 5 packs of the Harlem 125 Brand of Kanekalon Braiding hair in the color 1 and 1 pack of the color Navy . To achieve the curls in this hair I used small perm rods, and followed this tutorial here. This is the same method and hair that I used for my last crochet braids. I just used a different color, and didn’t cut the packs in half. I would recommend getting more hair then you need just in case. I love this curl pattern sooo much! It’s a very tedious and long process, so be prepared!
Every night I put my hair in four bantu knots, and I just put a silk bonnet on my hair and go to sleep. I slick my edges down with the Design Essentials Natural Honey & Shea Edge Tamer that I received in my curl box a couple of months ago.
I am really loving crochet braids! It has been my go-to style all year, and there is no telling when I’m going to give it up! Here is just a quick view of all my crochet styles that I have done this year! They are such a fun and inexpensive way to switch up your hair!
So ladies that’s it for today’s blogpost! Be sure to meet me back here tomorrow for your second blogpost for this week! Feel free to follow me on social media! They are all linked above! I would love to be connected with you! Until tomorrow, love ya lots like tator tots!
Hello All My Darling Divas!
Welcome back to another day on the blog. I am here today to briefly talk to you all about my blue hair! I was going to make a full out video, but I felt that a blogpost would do it better justice! As you ladies know I have been rocking crochet braids all summer, and I have been absolutely loving it!I have had this blue hair installed for almost 4 weeks now, and I’m soo glad that I chose to go for it. This blue hair was a bold choice, and I’m glad I went for it. I love switching up and playing with my look, and this blue hair is definitely doing that for me! So lets go into the details for this hair.
This was a Crochet hair experiment that me and my best friend Danielle decided to do. I saw the hair in my local beauty supply store, we were bored one random Tuesday, and this fabulous creation was born! I used 8 packs of Janet Collection Kanekalon Braid Jumbo Braid in the Color Blue. You can find this brand in your typical beauty supply store, but it might be hard to find it in this color.
This hair is synthetic, and has given me no problems so far! I curled the hair in orange cold rods and dipped them in boiling hot water to achieve the curls. I wear this particular crochet hairstyle in a ponytail or bun since its really hot outside, and I wear a headband around the edges to conceal the crochet knots. I really have been digging this style because of its color! This blue has been making me feel so fabulous!
So here are just some more pics of how I have been styling this hair! I plan to keep this hair in for maybe another two weeks, and then its on to my next crochet style! I already have my next hair color in mind and I am soo excited! I cant wait to share it with you darling divas!
I have been rocking it in a Bun
And Rocking It Out ‘
And Of course in a fabulous ponytail!
Thank you ladies for catching up with me with this quick blogpost on my hair! I hope you all enjoy your weekends! Feel f
ree to follow me on any of my social media! They are all linked above! Summer is ending soon, and I am honestly sad about it! Summer 2015 has been soooo good to me, but I am honestly ready for the Fall! So until later this week ladies love ya lots like tator tots, and see you soon!