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LeNaiya Donaldson
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Relentlessly supporting and uplifting my Kings and Queens.
Relentlessly supporting and uplifting my Kings and Queens.

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I started my loc journey on December 26th, 2016. I follow @loc_lust , @loclivin , @starterlocheadz and the like on Instagram. I would see pictures of all of these Transformations and thought 'I can't wait until I get there'. Only a year later, my hair has grown in length and thickness. I am still learning quite a bit. However, I think I have noteworthy progress! My Locs are poppin!
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This stuff right here saved my life when I first started my locks. Nobody told me how itchy and stressful the first few weeks would be. I was told to do my finger coils, and then don't touch or wash my hair for 6 weeks.

I don't know about y'all, but I had never gone that long without washing my hair. I didn't realize how difficult and ultimately painful it would be. I was scratching scratching scratching all the time until I found this product.

I haven't been able to find it anywhere else except online. I've gotten to the point where I have a little recipe for my scalp (I'll share on another post) that helps ward off the itchiness in between washes and keeps my hair moisturized. However, in the beginning, this product was wonderful I gave my scouts at minty fresh feeling that you get kind of, this product was wonderful I gave my scalp that kind of minty fresh feeling you get when you use tea tree oil, along with that refreshing feeling get after a wash.

I will admit I washed my hair after three and a half weeks and retwisted. If I had known about this product sooner I might not have had to.

http://m.sears.com/shea-moisture-african-water-mint-ginger-detox-refresh/p-SPM12533026330?sid=IDx20110310x00001i&gclid=CjwKCAjwos7NBRAWEiwAypNCeyVwKsmPG4dtxEUZnRrEf-Vih11hh-C18DBWltfDaAP36n3PlxhBnBoCfHcQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds&dclid=CJ6QlMKimdYCFWG_swodPpgA3w

Btw, this is not a paid advertisement lol. Maybe one day!
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I started my loc journey on December 26, 2016. It's been an interesting ride. Before my locs, I would change my hair every week. I'd go from a from an afro, to braids, to a twistout, to bantu knots. The possibilities were endless.

I always admired locs. Something about the patience and resolve one had to have in order to grow those down-your-back-locs. Or the creativity one had to have to get through the 'ugly phase'. I knew I had the creativity to find ways to switch it up...but did I have the patience?

Along with the focus on my hair, the physical/dietary change I had to accommodate in order to have healthy hair was very eye opening. Y'all... the water intake alone can seem daunting, especially as a breastfeeding mom...

Well, I'm still learning. The possibilities are endless. Join me on my journey! Let's grow together!
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Nothing makes a man feel better than a Black woman! Being with a black woman makes a black man feel blessed to be a black man. The Black Woman is truly heaven on earth!
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