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Give Thanks!!! ONENESS
Through summer’s heat and humidity, to winter’s bitter cold and harshest conditions, our hair has been through it all.
Enduring climate change after drastic climate change, doing it’s best to keep composure and us looking gorgeous.
However, sometimes it isn’t always that simple for our hair.
And as much as we’d love for it to keep it’s volume, elasticity, figure-shape, and style, things happen, and our hair must retreat to that of a less flattering appearance.
Yet, take a second to think to yourself. What is it that keeps our hair so lively and bodied; so sheer and beautiful?
If moisture was the first thing that popped into your head, then you’re on the right track!
Think about it. Our hair is exposed to so much during each day and each night.
And outside of moisture continuously being pulled from it, there are the affects of air pollutants, the foods and liquids we ingest on a regular basis, harmful products, and so much else.
We don’t give each strand enough credit!
Sometimes we are not as intuitive to what our hair really needs in order to look, feel, and be at it’s best.
We instead acknowledge the need to go above and beyond, paying hyped expenses to achieve the results seen commercially. And while the looks aren’t completely far fetched, the ability for those products to provide those results, solely using them alone, mostly are.
Though, do not give up hope tresses in distress!
The solution to aiding many of our moisture deprived-doos aren’t that much further than that of our own kitchens and local super markets.
Photo of the week #9!
These students from the Addis Ababa Youth Center in Ethiopia just make you want to smile!
Photo of the Week #5
Young girl from the Addis Ababa Youth Center in Ethiopia
Class Day/Black Grad hair :) I’m hoping to give my hair a little body for the official graduation ceremony tomorrow…still barely feels real!
Ethiopia, school kids (by Dietmar Temps)