I've had an increase in emails about my hair lately, so today I decided to address some of the questions. As most of you know I am currently wearing Indique
hair extensions. I have been wearing the same Pure Wavy hair since September and couldn't be more pleased. It has been reinstalled a few times and still looks just as good as it did when I received it. Of course in January, I started hitting the gym every day. Thankfully I do have a full sew in, so that's half the battle when it's time for me to go to work after a workout.
Because my Indique texture is Pure Wavy, I could wash and go and it would have a natural loose wave texture, however it has been too cold to go outside with a wet head. I typically shampoo my hair once a week for maintenance, but for daily wear I have to be able to get ready in 40 minutes or less. From my pictures you can tell that my hair is pretty fried after a workout. It's usually in a ratty ponytail and my bangs are stuck to my forehead.
Many of you have inquired as to if I go to the hairdresser everyday or if they have a salon at the gym? The answer is no. I wish I could afford the luxury of an on call hair stylist, but until such time, I do it myself. Here is a step by step look at my post workout hair transformation.
|Start off with fried hair in a rat chewed pony and plastered to your sweaty forehead. |
|Remove hair from ponytail and brush out|
|Lightly mist with Twisted Sista 30 second curl spray|
|Roll hair with Calista Tools rollers available at QVC, Ulta & Nordstrom|
|Shower with rollers in and apply your makeup or whatever you do. |
|Unroll hair & flip your head upside down to finger comb|
|Now you are ready to start your day!!! |
The whole process from start to finish including the shower and makeup takes about 40 minutes. I can do it in 30 if necessary. I hope this has answered all of your questions and shows you that even if you have only a half hour to get ready, you too can be Front Row Fab!
Love it looking great!ReplyDelete
I looove your sense of humor! You look great!ReplyDelete