So I was totally slacking on my hair in time and low and behold it ended up being beneficial for me! Before I knew it I was enjoying the extra thickness that I love and sometimes take for granted. I saw an ad about hair loss on pre-roll (before the skip) of my youtube vid (this very one in fact) and realized how immensely blessed I am. I am so fortunate to enjoy the crown God gave me in health and I wear it with pride. I really need to stop slacking though but not too soon -- in fact the next video I'm about to upload which is going up as I type, is about me slacking yet a again! Oh noooooo! But at least I am slacking forward and had my hair washed this time. I like making public record of this stuff -- that way I don't let it slide too far and help my hair maintain the health and vitality I spend so many hours maintaining every month! All is well that ends well  guess! Don't know why I just typed that because I still haven't combed my hair, let's see if I do the right thing and comb it tomorrow. It's far too late now, I will update you in a subsequent post! :D


So I am finally getting around to doing this blog post and I am uber excited about it!!! The reason for this is because in over 5 years of being natural I have never -- and I mean NEVER EVER used a pick! Can you believe that?!? I mean the very thought of it astounds me! I am very happy with this pick because it is relatively seamless but the only problem is the very edges. Around the tips on the end there are sharp circular edges and I have to be real -- it can slice the hair if you're not careful. It is made of iron after all so in hindsight I would much rather buy a plastic pick.

The only problem is it is near impossible to find a seamless plastic pick. Seriously -- they don't exist in stores and you have to scour the internet to find one. Something I am not prepared to do at this time because I simply do not have enough time. But trust me, when I get around to that I will update you guys on the brand I choose and what I really think about my choice. Seamless combs are extremely important to me as they incur less damage to the hair and promote my whole "healthy hair" agenda.

I am a total newbie to the pick game, it feels like men have been doing this for centuries and I am a little peeved about that because when you observe the structure of a pick it is quite feminine. Picks could totally be a thing of glamour and feminine beauty but they're been tainted by the MAN lol! No seriously, men need gadgets for their hair too, no hate. But the reality is, as long as a man's hair is healthy, they could care less about accouterments. What's the obsession with the pick? I honestly think the male pick obsession is a major conspiracy devised to seriously piss me off! Like, shut up -- you don't really care and give us our picks back already! Honestly! Don't forget to watch the video linked above! <3 <3 <3


In this post I am talking about a crazy hair week encapsulated by one really annoying day -- hence the title. It was one of those hair mistakes that messed up my whole week until it was mostly gone but the first day was the absolute worst! It all started when I used Murray's Pomade on my hair on a re-twist night thinking it would give me definition. It gave me definition alright -- BOX definition and I ended up with a box in the middle of my moon puff! HOW AWFUL!!! I was completely livid and insane about it. I mean -- a box! This stuff is great for slicking edges just not the re-twist after a wash day. I will try it on a wash day one time and see how it fares. Just a box in the the middle of my perfectly moon-shaped hair! How hooglay can you get?! Very apparently. I was excessively pissed to say the least because my hair already doesn't want to behave so please just save me the gratuitous crap falls! YA -- still pissed about it. LOL! XD Much hearts! <3 <3 <3