Part of my goal with the roll, tuck and pin challenge is to create distinctly different styles not only to push my creative side but also to inspire others. And let’s be honest…. it wouldn’t be a bad thing to coin a natural hairstyle or two in the process.
This style is 1 of 3 from early May when I began the roll, tuck n’ pin challenge. There was disruption because I had to dash home (Nairobi, in case anyone is wondering) because of a death in the family.
Amla – Indian Gooseberry is the quintessential ayurvedic herb used both for treatments and body well being. The berries are greenish yellow a small to medium-sized deciduous tree native to India. they have a sour, bitter, and astringent taste. In Hinduism,
Akin to many Ayurvedic herbs, brahmi is used both medicinally and for hair. Bacopa Monnieri and Bocopa Monniera are the scientific names used for Brahmi. And depending on your location, waterhyssop and thyme leafed gratiola are other common names for Brahmi.
4C is the epitome of tangle-prone textures… well at least I think mine is. On the other hand, 4C makes up for that troublesome nature by being the most versatile and unique of all textures. In the interest of keeping as much of my hair as I grow each month (slightly over a quarter inch),