Ifueko Uhunmwangho
by on July 20, 2016
Protective Styles - More Twists :wink:   Life as a medical student is unbelievably hectic :sweat_smile: I might not have shared this before – actually, I haven’t :smiley: I’m a medical student at the University of Benin in Nigeria    Because of my academic schedule a long term protective hairstyle regularly comes in handy. This time I chose kinky twists with double up kinky attachments. I used one and a half packs because the last time I used a pack the style was scanty :blush: I hate scanty hair styles. It’s so bad that I would take such a style down within two weeks of making it, making it a waste of time, energy and money.   I chose kinky twists this time around for the following reasons: - Installation time is quite short, mine took two hours max - It's is light weight and won't weigh your head down - It's gentle on your edges - It's easy to clean, maintain and style What I love the most about twists and braids is the ease of massaging my scalp with oil which it facilitates. I don't joke with my scalp massages, especially when I’m on a protective style. Every morning I’d moisturize with my water and oil mix, then massage with coconut oil or olive oil. Just a little goes a long way when it comes to the quantity I use. I don't bathe my hair with the oil lol :laughing: I use Jbco for my edges and then am good to go.   I have had this protective style for three weeks now and I think I’m going to rock it for three more Bye for now and see you next post :kissing_heart: 
I really need solution for my front hair .
Ifueko Uhunmwangho
My dear it's easy oh, I had edges issue when I was relaxed, I would write something about it later @ Cynthia