Hey my peeps! OMG can you all believe that I did not cut Sybil at all last year. This means I won a bet with my friend Racheal and she now owes me drinks…winning! Last year I did a self-imposed challenge that I would go one full year without cutting my hair. Did you read about the challenge?
This time last year I was rocking a fierce brush cut. My head was freezing but I was fierce! LOL December of 2013 was when I decided to give Sybil a fresh start and I loved it!
So if you don’t know who Sybil is be sure to check out her introduction here where I go into more detail about her. Now I’ve been natural for almost 3 years and during this time I’ve learned (through a WHOLE lot of trial and error) about how to get my coils to come to life when I do a Wash-n-Go (WNG).
The main products I used to achieve my perfect WNG include KJ Naturals Cocoa Clay Co-Wash, Rosemary Coconut Condish and Stretch & Curl Custard.
As many of you know I decided that I would go on a no cut challenge back in December. Well here we are almost 5 months later and my hair seems to be growing so much slower than when I did my first big chop 2 1/2 years ago! I was recently sent a bottle of Biotin from Eu Nautral and a bottle of Vibrance Pure Healthy Hair formula. I’m hoping that the supplements will help Sybil get of of this rut.
Biotin refers to a water-soluble B-vitamin. It is sometimes known as vitamin H or coenzyme R, but when you are shopping for supplements you will usually find it under either “Biotin” or “Vitamin B7.” Biotin is among the best overall supplements you can take for a variety of applications. Vitamin B7 plays an important role in energy metabolism, and is also a building block for the production of new cells and fatty acids. Along with these functions, Biotin is involved with the regulation of blood glucose and the transfer of carbon dioxide. Most peoples’ bodies actually naturally produce enough biotin on their own not to need an additional intake, but for some people with biotin deficiencies, health problems can result. Taking biotin in supplement form can help to reduce symptoms and increase overall health. [Read more…]