Wednesday, July 1, 2009

On eggs, mayonnaise and honey



Two nights ago out of sheer boredom and annoyance with the drying effect of alcohol and  the other ingredients I cannot eat nor spell that are found in my conditioner, I went old school.  I just about forgot that there was a time when moisture immediately meant a concoction of beer, eggs, mayonnaise or some other moisture and protein rich food found in the fridge.  Now, a store bought product with the right description coined by marketing executives, dashes with the word natural and organic, detracts us from reading the labels.

It worked out well. I tried some bantu knots or what I called 'chinese bumps' as a child. The very next day I tried to dress like the items I had in my hair.

be good. do better. look your best.
Tammyanka

( I so need a new camera or a photoshop tutorial)

6 comments:

JuSt ME! said...

i absolutely love your blog! i found you on blackgirllonghair.blogspot.com. i bc'd on 28mar09 and have been totally obsessed w/ learning how to style and take care of my natural hair since then. i love fashion, but feel like i don't have time to really look my best on a daily basis due to being caught up in the hustle and bustle of my hectic life. your blog has inspired me to look my best daily and not feel guilty for being fly! bet wishes to you in your future endeavors and thanks for being such an inspiration to me.

JuSt ME! said...

also, what products did you use for the bantu knots?

TAMMYANKA said...

Thanks for your kind comment. I used a mixture of honey, water and olive oil after drying my hair. Then a tiny bit of a really expensive product Miss Jessie's Curly Buttercreme to twist. .....this product is pricey but it works for my hair.

As for hectic life and style....start small. Be conscious about it and look your best self!

cheers
tammyanka

τreciä said...

Beautiful blog! oh I love your hair even MORE!

StandTall-The Activist said...

nice blog. Blackgirllonghair led me here and I must say I love your locks which you had now taking out. Being growing mine for 4 months now and am loving it!


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Black girl with long hair said...

LOVE the hair!!!