How to Cope with a Hair Tragedy – Ms. Devin’s Story


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Let’s all Greet our Gorgeous Guest, Ms. Devin, we thank you my dear for sharing your story with us:

Please introduce your lovely self, name and how long you have been Natural.
My name is Devin also know as HappyKinksForever.
I’ve been natural now for almost 6 years.
It will be 6 year at the end of October.
I have to state that going natural was quite difficult for me. 

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Describe your Natural Hair Tragedy, what happened, your first thoughts, etc.
2010 when I was going through my natural hair transition.
I pretty much did a flexi-rod set weekly. I didn’t know too much about natural remedies.
Miss Jessie’s products were very popular.
So that’s what I used.

Recovering in 2012

Recovering in 2012

After going through this, What was Your next step to Recovery? 
Later in the same year I discovered Henna, educated myself on mixology,
and started to create butter pomades for hair.
Also, keeping my hair in a protective style gave me my time to find out was my hair need.
In 2013, I was a full on Ayurveda Queen.
Henna, clay cleansers, natural oils, and butters where my “holy grails.”
I became great at doing two strand twist-outs.
Brahmi oil and Nupur henna, have rescued my hair from some extremely hard times. 

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What have you Personally Learned from this, To Do or Not To Do?
Throughout this journey, I’ve picked up some wonderful DIY hair products.
Learned to know what different oils/butters, work best for the different seasons.

This was back in January of this year. With my dog/baby Daisy.

My dog/baby Daisy.

Any Tips, Advice or Thoughts for us Naturals?
If you’re having some difficulty with your tresses,
Research, learn how to do a scalp analysis, get to know your hair.
What works for some may not work for you.
Your hair is a plant, speak to it, give it light, give it water, and it will love you for it.

 

!!!Thank you my Dear and your tresses are Lovely!!

 

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