I have been cooking up a new blog post initiative for quite a while and now its finally time to bring it to the notice of others. For as long as I can remember, I have been wanting stick-straight, non tangly hair. My mom would spend hours straightening my waist long hair and it’d be smooth, silky for few days – only to repeat the same process every week. Not any more though. I have gotten to that point where I can begin to appreciate what I have and make the best of my curls. My hair tends to get very dry if not taken care of and so I’ve done a lot of research on how to maintain my kind of noodle-y curls but didn’t find much that was helpful. Hence I am going to start journalling all my attempts to have soft shiny long hair through these ‘Curl Diaries’ posts. Maybe it’ll help someone else too…
I still can’t figure out what kind of curly my hair is (yup! there’s many kinds of curly hair) so here’s a picture of what it looks like, just so if you know.. let me know?
Okay so here’s the plan, I’m going to be trying out different things with my hair and see what works best. For the past couple of weeks I’ve been walking around like Brave from the Disney movie, well sort of! Her hair just seems better at looking “messy good” whereas mine, at the end of the day is messy like a “bird nest”.
At times though, I achieve the look I want and that’s bliss! Through these posts I wish to ascertain for a fact – what’s best for curly hair – the products, the routines, the hairstyles and so on…
5 thoughts on “Curl Diaries – Documenting life as a Curly Girl.”
I’d say you have type 2B curls.
Oh.. Thanks! 🙂
I thought mine was a 3A because how springy it is… but 2B sounds more appropriate.. ^^
You’re welcome. You’re curls look wavy instead of coily. Maybe if you could post another picture with your hair hanging loosely I can get a better idea and confirm.
Will do. Am making another post soon 🙂