I quickly packed up and headed up north to be with my family. Before this all happened however, I had just created a style that was to last a week and give me lots of transformation options. Though I didn't get to really wear it out and play with it I did take a few shots to share. Hope you like!
I cornrowed the front and double-strand twisted the back. Two of the cornrows go forward and connect at the base of two cornrows that go backwards, creating a loop that looks like a bang. I used only Palmers coconut oil formula replenishing hair milk, which I have used before and love for braid sets. I used a little rosemary oil on my scalp.
I took the twists out on the morning I went to the airport. It had been 3 and a half days. Sorry these were the only flicks I got :-/
Then when I got back home I took the cornrows out that were facing forward. I would have worn them out for a few more days like this. The braid out was very defined and soft.
Remember to spend time with your family and learn as much as you can from them while you can. I talked to my Dad's mom a lot when I would see her and she told me wonderful stories about my family. I wish I had more time with her.
You have my condolences on the passing of your grandmother.ReplyDelete
I am so sorry to hear about your grandmother's passing.ReplyDelete
grandmas are very special and i give my regrets for your loss. may her spirit live on....ReplyDelete
This is a unique twist on an common style. I like.ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear about your grandmother. I hope you find the strength to make it through.
my condolences. yes, it's true we should spend as much time as we can with those we love. few things matter as much. thanks for the reminder.ReplyDelete
I'm sorry to hear about your grandmother's passing. Those are beautiful pictures of the two of you. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
So sorry to hear about your grandmother.ReplyDelete
I am very sorry about the passing of your Grandmother. My prayers are with you and your Family.ReplyDelete
I am so sorry for your loss. You are so fortunate to have grown to this age with your grandmother in your life.ReplyDelete
I am familiar with your blog, and ironically enough I just saw you in a friend of a friend's fb pictures and was like hey I know who that girl in the background is! Are you from CT?
Congratulations on the new addition to you family and I'm sorry for your loss.ReplyDelete
I wish you well in this time of sorrow. God Bless you! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the kind words everyone :-)ReplyDelete
@LP- I do feel fortunate and Yes I am from Bloomfield, CT! Hometown :-)
I'm so sorry to hear about your grandma passing! It seemed so sudden, too. You're in my thoughts.ReplyDelete
my condolences on the passing of your grandmother.ReplyDelete
Im sorry for your loss.ReplyDelete
I'm sorry for your family's loss. Thank you for sharing that with us.ReplyDelete