Hair results, Plaits, Work hair

Isn’t sunshine just glorious? Golden gloops of happiness come shining down and make everything look wonderful. Fact.

Spring has broke through this side of May, and I feel like a sunshine buttercup.

During such loveliness and sudden warmth I don’t want my hair on my face, it gets in the way and I don’t need that, thanks.

So I like it back, off my face, but not always in a bun and I’ve been fawning over styles at the 2016 Met Gala and well as constantly being inspired by insta women rocking cornrows since I did my braids.
So in a bid to satisfy my lean towards freshness, a clean, youthful palette, I thought I’d strip it back and do some pretty cornrows, in a gypsy-style look. I say gypsy because I always find a middle parting more of a bohemian, just-been-chillin-in-the-forest look.

This took me 10 minutes: seperate hair, brush until smooth, put virgin coconut oil, shea butter and three drops of Rosemary essential oil in your hair, and canerow.

And I absolutely love it. I always favour a neat, pared-back look.

Happiness in a hair style, eh? Do you ever braid your hair and feel like a gypsy queen? Or an indie doll? I do.

4 thoughts on “Spring 

  1. Tammy you are looking beautiful as always. My name is Rob remember me we did a shoot with Terri in Birmingham 2007 (??). Be happy to do some more photos with you anytime. 🙂


    1. Hey, firstly thank you! And I’m
      Going to do that obnoxious things people with unbelievable skin I’m jealous of do and ask, who me?!
      No but thank you, and I have been practising a perfect skin regime for years. I use African black soap from Shea butter cottage in the shower. That’s literally it. Not loads of products, just the one. When I’m taking make up off I use Jamaican black castor on my face to warm up my skin and remove with a warm (not boiling water – I don’t want to wreck my face), cotton pad, then I moisturise using two oils I make up my self. I sell them too. Want some? 🙂 I can’t tell you how imperative it is to keep skin hydrated.

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