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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Hats, Hats, and mo' Hats!


I can be so lame sometimes.

Anyway, it has been downright FRIGID in the 'Ham as of late (it was 17 degrees this morning plus whatever the windchill was when I headed out to lab smh) and I found out that my hair doesn't like it at all. So this morning, I put some shea butter on my ends, bunned my hair, and placed a slouch beret thing on my hair and called it a day. It turns out that my ends love shea butter...well in this winter weather they do. My ends are definitely nicely moisturized and it's cutting down some on this breakage I have been seeing (nothing major, just a few more broken pieces than I'm used to seeing).

So far this week, I've been wearing hats and I just wanted to post my looks from Monday and today. Now, be warned, I've latched on to this slouch beret thing. I purchased a rack of them at Rue21 and my local beauty supply store.

I'll probably incorporate different types of hats as the winter progresses. I just need to find styles that I like. I definitely need to find satin/silk lined hats. As of right now, I have a satin scarf on underneath my hat lol. I gotta protect my hair man!

Happy Tuesday everyone!


  1. Try the best way to use unrefined Shea butter on your hair:

    You can apply Shea butter on your hair before and after swimming classes so that it will serve as a protection for the salt and chlorine content of swimming pools. You can also apply it after shampooing to help it nourish and prevent from hair fall and dry bristle hair.

    This is also useful for prevention of dry hair, dry scalp, dandruff; helps improve hair texture, hair growth and hair moisture. To revitalize it, apply a small amount of unrefined Shea butter into your scalp after shampooing then massage so that it will aid in the absorption then leave for at least 30 minutes then if you have a shower cap you can also apply it for faster absorption. After 30 minutes, wash your hair thoroughly with warm water (not too hot, not too cold method). Then never use hair dryer let it dry through air. If your hair is fully dry, you can style it according to your type of hairstyle

  2. VerAy cute..I am SO getting some of those hats. And thanks for the tip, Shea butter. I swim and didn't think to put shea butter on my hair first. Will definitely be trying that.