Tuesday, July 17, 2007
My beautiful babies after I got them installed. I could not believe I finally got my hair the way I truly want it. I now see myself as a Nubian beauty and no one can tell me different. I am showing the world that I love my African heritage and I still look good doing it. I absolutely love it my hair. I can’t stop looking in the mirror. The day after I got my SL installed I went to Burlington and as soon as I walked into the door there was a sister that was all natural and she was rocking a TWA. She could not take her eyes off of my hair. I saw her looking but I didn’t want to be rude and turn around and ask her if she like what she saw. I just thought to myself I will just have to get use to this. People don’t know how to react to something they know nothing about, I didn’t get upset I just smiled and kept stepping. After I left Burlington I went to TJ Maxx and the same sister that was in Burlington was in TJ Maxx this time she came up to me and was like “girl I love your hair, who did that for you?” I told her I got my SL installed yesterday. She looked at me with the most puzzled look and asked me what is SL? I told her that it is a technique that locks the hair. I could tell that she still didn’t understand so I just had to break it down and tell her that they were locks. I gave her my consultants name and number, all she just kept saying I love your hair girl. Needless to say I felt good, and that was not the last time that I heard that. A lot of women don’t like the look the first few days and thinks that it looks like a wet chicken. I don’t think that my hair looks like that, but I also know that everyone’s hair is different.