My Hair Journey: Two Years Natural

Hi lovelies,

How are you all doing? 

I know it’s a little too early in the year not to take my 2015 goals seriously. One of which is to blog at least twice in a week. So far I have not been totally committed to doing that but I have been putting up a post weekly. Would definitely make adjustments soon

Shout out to +Tuke Morgan as her blog clocks one today. Congrats dear

It’s been a little over two years since I returned natural. So this post is kind of a late post. I went natural on December 30, 2012 when I big chopped due to some reasons. 

Funny as it may sound, I think I am getting to understand my hair; like we On a serious note, I am learning to know what my hair loves and what it doesn’t.

While a lot of people say my hair has grown, some say your hair has slow growth. Well, I think my hair has really tried. As in, after the bold step I made, it really tried na, abi. 

The growth might not be as I have expected but I am happy with it (healthy hair)and hoping for growth this year that’s why I joined Naija Hair Can Grow 6 inches growth Challenge.

Enough of the writing, here is my natural hair journey in pictures...

Before BC



 Big Difference

One year

Two years

Bantu knots out

Two years

What do you guys think?

Wondering why I shaved all my hair, read here

More on my journey; read up on my natural hair posts here, here and here. Also, my first ever pineapple fro in 2014

Have a wonderful week.

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  1. Want to go natural too...*shrugs*

  2. Well done Leez! You try jor! I still don't understand my own hair sef, never seems to grow! But for 2 weeks I've been wearing my hair in threads- Sungas! I have always wanted to do that! The one with no hair at all- That was BOLD!

    1. Thank u Joy. Wit tym u wud nd it wud grow

  3. But you are really bold oo big chop

  4. the way you style your hair gives me inspiration..your hair as come a long it.x

    1. Thank u Desola.Nd thanks for stopping by my blog

  5. Congrats!! Seems you're doing a great job.
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  6. Love the hair journey.

  7. Wow! Big ups to you and your hair journey! I always admire ladies who have the courage to do the big chop. I'm transitioning to texlaxed and I'm slowly trimming off my relaxed ends. Love your hair!

  8. Awww, Thank you Elizabeth, just seeing this.
    Congrats on your nappyversary!

  9. Dear your hair is gorgeous...i love your signature bun... lovely progress!

  10. That's a great journey, and its nice that you focused on the goal...which is to have beautiful hair!

  11. Happy hairversary, may 2016 give you much length retention.


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