Baby Twists – Mini Buns/Bantu Knots
Help, I am so stuck, don't know where to continue with my story? I don't what else to add if I add that Lucy gets trapped then that would be too normal but I have a moment of writer's block. Have you ever wondered what other people’s lives felt like. Like the rich, or the movie stars, or the artists, or maybe even one of your friends’ lives.
how about she listens in on the conversation till frank says hes going to go see her to make sure shes still there and knocked out then goes to the window and hides. lucy is breathing hard, hanging from the
gutter pipe by her window notices that she left the window open.
I’ve had a few requests for other things that can be done with Bee’s head of baby hair. On normal days she gets a little “fountain” on the top – or “spout” as my husband calls them. But this is one other thing I’ve done recently just for fun. Kinda silly, but I thought she looked cute – but hey, what else is a mother going to say?! I guess these could also be classified as mini pin curls that the ladies used to do back in the 30′s and 40′s – except I don’t have baby bobby pins so I just used mini-claw clips to hold them in place – so these could be baby Bantu knots as well
Step 1 – Part hair in 3 sections – Dividing the middle one in half.
I parted her hair into 3 sections on top and because her middle section has the most hair at this point, I divided it into two sections. With her hair nice and wet I grabbed the sections of hair and twirled them around my finger and twisted, very similar to getting the “snakes” in a couple posts ago.
Step 2 – Twist the hair onto itself
Once I got them twisted enough I used the mini-clip and fastened it down to the hair on her scalp.
What do you think of my story?(so far)? “Beep… Beep…. Beep Beep”. It was a sound Emma recognized well, it was her alarm clock going off. She could feel herself slipping out of dreamland and into reality. She dragged herself out of bed and turned off her alarm. In the bathroom she could see the bags under her eyes, from the
all night studding.
"It felt as she just fallen asleep and woke up".up. "It felt as if she had just fallen asleep and woke up.up. Punctuations include unnecessary commas. As well, you do not have to use quotation marks twice in the same dialogue. ” “You don’t want to make me late do you. The inner two quotations should not be.
Unlike the snake hair I wanted the little ends curling up and out, so I made sure those weren’t included where I clipped the hair down. I let those kind of curl however they wanted.
Step 3 – Secure with clip or bobby pin
Step 4 – Repeat with all sections of hair
I’ve also had a few questions on how I get her to keep things in her hair – clips, bows, etc. If her hands ever start making their way into her hair, I just regularly pull them out. Or I put the hair accessory back in and so the game repeats. She eventually just gets busy with something else. I’ve been doing stuff w/her hair since she was born and so I think for the most part, she’s used to it. Maybe that’s the key – doing stuff from the start, I don’t know. I obviously wouldn’t recommend this one for kids who tend to put things in their mouth and eat them!
Whenever I get done w/her hair, she always checks herself out in the mirror. She sat really still for me when I did this and she just looked at herself when I was done like she was “all that!”
The best part, however, was the hair after the day was over and I pulled out the clips for bedtime!! What a riot.
this question is for guys...? ok, i am a girl, and im going to ask u a simple question, do u find it sexier when a girl is like in her pjs (taktop and botty shirts) with her hair
pulled back and no make up on, OR, do u find it sexier when she is in a low cut shirt with tight...
I vote pj's, hair
pulled back and no make up.up. Personally I'm attracted to what a woman really looks like. not what she can make herself look like. Also I've found women that are along this line of thinking are more confident with themselves and less vain as well. Mind you I'm not talking down on those that think otherwise, this is just my.
I guess if you are wanting to get curls in your DD’s hair, and not risk burning her with a curling iron – this would be the way to get them. Despite her having curly hair, this was a lot curlier than she has normally! Remember, Bee’s is almost 18 months old, so we’re still dealing with baby short hair here! She gave a big “Oooooo” when she saw the results! So cute!
We got quite the ‘Fro going on here. It was hilarious. Just thought you might want a good laugh for the day too. Since it was her bedtime, I didn’t really mess with seeing what I could do with the after math of curls, but it might of turned into something fun. I’ll save that for another day.
And just because it was so funny, I thought I’d include this funny video. I’m not sure at this point if she was laughing at her hair, or her wacking her cup on my mirror. Either way, it should bring a smile to your face.
*** I uploaded this video to YouTube long after it was actually shot back when I did this post in 2008 … I included some of the pictures that are in this post on the video as well ****
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I'm a stay-at-home mom with 3 beautiful daughters - Goose, Bug & Bee. And with 3 girls, what else am I going to do, but a ton of hair?! So good thing that I love to do their hair. I'm no beautician but I love to be creative and try new & fun things. Some days the Babes cooperate more than others, but since I've been doing something with their hair since birth, they are all used to it by now! Some would say I'm obsessed with hair .... I'm ok with that!
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By Geniece of Beautifully Made
When I made the decision to go natural in 2004 I was under the impression that my hair would grow long and thick with little effort. My relaxed hair grew past shoulder length with relative ease, so I naturally assumed that with the elimination of harsh chemicals my hair would be stronger and longer. Now you think I was naïve but in my defense I didn’t have Youtube videos and natural hair blogs at my disposal. Armed with my non-sulfate shampoo, wide tooth comb and 5lb tub of shea butter I was ready for my hair to grow lusciously long. Well, that isn’t exactly what happened. My twa grew out quickly enough but my hair seemed to reach a plateau once I reached shoulder length. I was stumped but not discouraged. I enjoyed my puffs and mini twists even after 2 ½ years with only about 3-6 inches of retention I wasn’t dismayed. In retrospect there are several mistakes I made over those years to which some of you may be able to relate. In ascending order here are my top four hair mistakes.
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I'll just add on:.on. I would definitely take your child to a professional to determine what her hair
type is (there can be so many variations). My hair is 3c type, your daughter's hair maybe 4b for instance. I'd google hair types (3a-4c) to see.
4. No regular moisturizing of my hair
The shea butter was fine to use but it didn’t add moisture to my hair. My hair was dry in between washes and remained so until I figured out that my hair needed to be moisturized in between washes and that moisture meant a water based product or just plain old water. Duh!
3. Hair Washing
I washed my hair like I was one of those models on a shampoo commercial. I lathered the shampoo by rubbing it throughout my hair and scalp without sectioning. Can you say tangles? I would then rip through my hair when detangling further ensuring that my hair never passed a certain length.
2. Dry Combing
I would almost daily rake a comb through my hair with no moisturizing product. I think this was one of my most damaging practices. The regular manipulation of my hair ensured that the tangled ends were constantly being ripped out, hence the lack of retention.
And, the top hair mistake of my natural hair journey (drum roll please):
1. Abuse of Heat
I did the occasional blow out without using heat protectant but my hair never seemed to suffer any visible damage.
Question: What Type of Style does this girl have? She is 15, and is having problems trying to decide which style she is:.is. blue jeans that are boot cut,. flannel shirts and nice sweaters,. Tee shirts that are a bit dressy (pockets, etc),. She wears regular white sneakers (or trainers), ballerina flats or nice boots with a low.
Answer:: You seem like a vintage, classy, glammy, preppy, BEAUTIFUL (:
I even went to the salon twice to get a press and curl and my hair seemed to bounce right back. It took a really negative experience with heat for me to truly get the message that my hair care practices were nothing short of a hot mess.
The Great Heat Fiasco of 2007
In July of 2007, the most humid month of the year, I got the bright idea to flat iron my hair. I bought a ceramic iron, some anti-frizz lotion and after about 2 hours, using a heat setting of 450 degrees, I had a head of straight hair. I was rather proud of my results and wanted to maintain the look for the next two weeks. Because it was July I needed to touch up the hair daily, sometimes multiple times a day, with my flat iron set on 450 degrees. When I washed my hair two weeks later I was shocked to find straightened, limp hair rather than the fluffy shrunken fro to which I had grown accustomed. My hair was severely heat damaged. The damage was so severe that when I went to a hair stylist she questioned if I was growing out my relaxer before I could even explain my heat damage. To deal with the two textures I decided to disguise the damage by wearing updos.
Melody Thornton's hair style? Hey guys, ok i really liked Melody Thornton's hair
style in the video Beep in the end when she was dancing with Will-I-Am. does anyone know how to get the hair style, or what Solon she did it at.at.
Thats such sexy hair
but you have to straighten your hair and then tong it.it. i hate explaining but good luck and make sure it suits u.
I slowly trimmed off the ends and by mid 2008 I was damage free and at about the same length I was prior to my heat fiasco. Although the experience was unfortunate it was a wake up call. I learned that my hair was not invincible. I also gained a newfound appreciation for my natural hair texture. I vowed not to do anything to compromise my texture from then on out.
This is a picture of my heat damaged hair. If I’d known the hair wouldn’t revert I probably wouldn’t be cheesing so hard.
After my heat damage experience I began to think more seriously about hair care. In the beginning of 2009 I thought about charting my length retention. I never followed through because I was so fed up with my hair. It wasn’t until November of 2009 when I decided actively change my practices that I started to document my hair journey regularly on my youtube channel and in photos.
Pressed hair in January 2009 (I don’t know if you can tell but those ends are raggedy.)
I look back on these pictures and realize that I’m glad I made these mistakes sooner than later. I didn’t like having to trim away 3-8 inches of heat damage but if I made this mistake now it’s possible I’d have to trim away upwards of 17 inches of damage. Ouch!
If you’ve been discouraged over a hair set back that you’ve experienced during your hair journey then take heart, you’re in good company. You now know what NOT to do and how to better care for your natural tresses. If you haven’t experienced the kind of setbacks that I have described then please, PLEASE, learn from my...