Saturday, February 09, 2008




Today the weather is beautiful here in AZ (78 degrees), and it's February! That is one the GOOD things about living in the southwest this time of year!! Going to movies with my S.O., I really want to wash and curl, but that will have to wait until this evening, so I decided on this quick and EZ style!

7 Comments:

Blogger Ebony said...

I. LOVE. YOUR. HAIR!!! I just combined my locs a month ago and was second guessing myself a bit at first, but I see that it can turn out great :) How do you maintain them?

8:36 AM  
Blogger SistaLocd said...

Very Nice, I also combimed some of my locks but I need to combine a few more, after seeing pictures gives me hope that my locks will be okay. Take Care and congrats on your BSN in Nursing, that is one of my goals before this year is out!

8:56 AM  
Blogger Blqberrylocz said...

Ebony,
Thanks! I latch. I've tried palm rolling, but at the time was too active,living in 110+ degree weather for over half the year and being one that sweats easily, I found myself retwisting more than I really wanted. For ME latching works. I must say that there are time when I experience 'Y's' at the base of my locks, so I will be trying a childs yarn sewing needle in hopes of eliminating or atleast decreasing the amount of 'Y's'. I can latch before of after washing, I keep a latch hook on my bedside table and in the console of my couch! Anyone with locks know we find ourselves with our hands in our hair! So when I'm watching TV and feel a loc that needs to be tightened, I reach for my latch hook and tighten! I can also swim and work out without my hair coming undone! So latching works for ME!!

1:47 PM  
Blogger Blqberrylocz said...

Sistalocd
Thanks!! Yes your locs will be fine!! I have found out that when I don't stress about them is when they seem to grow...a watched pot never boils!! Success to you and your accomplishing your degree as well, it is such a great feeling!!!

1:50 PM  
Blogger Linda said...

Your are a great stylist. I like the pattern that emerged after you put your hair up. I have some two-headed locks too, but they are noticable to others. thanks for keeping us up on your journey. Hey congratulations on your BSN. I have been a nurse for about 27 years now and I am actually a PNP. Any plans for seeking your MSN? Think about it!!! We need more African American nurses in advance practice roles.

9:38 PM  
Blogger Locksuluv Hair Affair said...

Your locs look fabulous....sometimes I want to combine some of mine but always decide against it because I just love the way they have turned out...Congrats on your degree and career.

8:07 AM  
Blogger Naturally Sophia said...

Nice Style!

6:22 AM  

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