Hey Beautiful People,

How are you doing today?

I’m I the only person feeling like summer should just come already; even though the sun is out it’s still cold. I’ve been a bit caught up recently and so I haven’t got around to getting my hair done. So guess who decided it was time to come out to play?….

My Afro! It was about time I gave it some fresh air. Since I came back from my trip to Nigeria it’s the first time I’ve allowed my hair to get a real break! When I was coming back to Ireland, I made a mistake with the hairstyle I choose (Ghana braids) and you guys know how sensitive my edges are, I experienced a lot of hair breakage. But after taking out my recent braids; I then realised how much my hair had grown. I’m still in the process of growing my edges back but in the meantime, I’m enjoying my hair and styling it as I please. It also depends on the time I have in the morning before heading out.

My goal for this summer is to get back to treating my hair and get into a hair care routine. I’ll be sharing this soon on my blog including my favourite essential oils and products that I use.

Last weekend was the first time I went to an event with my natural hair. I always get my hair done in a protective in some type of protective style, whether it’s a weave or braid anything but my natural hair. My four friends graduated and had a collaborated graduation party. It was such a good night especially since I hadn’t been out for a while. Even better is that one of the girls got proposed to, watching it on snapchat got me so close to tears ( congratulations again). But the feedback and the compliments I got with my hair was another highlight of the night cause I wasn’t expecting it. My Afro was a last minute decision but it turned out nice and puffy.

The picture below best shows my reaction to all the compliments I got from the night.

I enjoyed creating this post for you guys.

See you soon,


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