I’m glad that the weather in Nairobi has been fairly good, as much as it is unpredictable, I’m happy that Elnino hasn’t hit Nairobi. Not to hot, not to cold, can’t complain.
Apologies to all my readers especially if you had anticipated a lot for my next post, which is not what you expected. I know most of you have been waiting for me to talk about my natural hair as seen in my latest selfies on Instagram.
Please bare with me as I’ve been working on actually taking a video of the whole curling hair process, which is effective and simplified than posting pictures.
At the moment I can only point out a few tips on how I did my hair. This is what I did; I washed my hair, conditioned it, washed it again, then while it was still damp I applied Coconut Curling Cream, braided my hair then covered it up with a shower cap overnight for like 10-12hours.
It’s actually a short and easy process, for that I’ll do a separate post on tips and tricks for natural hair curling and styling. Feel free to ask questions and let me know your thoughts on natural hair.
Back to today’s post, I wore all Black and a little Blue. This is one of the ways you can add oomph to an all Black look, with hints and highlights of one bright color. The tank top has a lower neckline and hence the Grey scarf came in handy, adding warmth as well as completing the look.
Scarf- Same here.
Coat- Ngara Mkt.
Tank Top- local Mkt.
Pants- Ngara Mkt.
Studded Knee-High Boots- Random Vendor in Eld.
Purple Lippie (TopLady No11) – Super Cosmetics.
Thanks for stopping by and do have a terrific Tuesday. Toodles!
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