Moving back to Louisiana has been an adjustment in many, many ways. One of the most interesting has been my hair. I grew up in Louisiana, so I've known humidity. My hair is REALLY thick so it never really posed that big of a problem for me. I used to get a relaxer when I lived here and I'd only experience issues when I tried to go too long without the crack in a jar perm. Even on the worse days, there has always been one hairstyle I could rock no matter the weather or amount of new growth. That style is a roller set. This style can last at least seven days (which was what I needed since I am getting my hair done on Saturday). I've rocked it with chin length bobs or with my super long locks. Today out in the random town of Raceland, the humidity was a beast and my hair fell something ridiculous! This makes me confused as to what to do next with my hair. I currently have a texturizer. When in California's climate, I got this chemical service once a year. My last service was in December and right now I am at a loss for control of my hair. I'm not sure what I'm going to do next. As I said I have an appointment on Saturday - which is the day before my photo shoot so I want to make a decision that won't flop hours later because I obviously need my hair to be banging like it usually is! Ahhh, what I'm I to do with this head of hair that feels so foreign to me!
P.S. On another note, the hair might be challenged but do you see that body!!! That working out/eating right thing has been paying off!!!