I dream of having long and luscious locks, with big fat curls caressing each other in waves of softness. But that is just a dream. A dream I'm trying to make a reality. Thus, I'm growing out my hair, in hopes that the god of hair smiles his conditioning power upon me.
Until then, I get to endure the dreaded "in-between" stage. The time when hair is at a length which makes cute styling almost impossible. It looks awkward pulled back (especially because I still have big chunks of baby hair making a comeback since the stressful time in the hospital when I had Kimble), and it looks blah when it's down. What's a girl to do?
I've been using my hair straightener to curl my hair. That's right. You read it correctly. It does an amazing job at curling, and is surprising proficient at maintaining that "long lasting curl".
The only thing wrong with that, was suggested by The Husband today at church. He leans over, and says "I think you burned your hair."
So maybe such a device wouldn't be endorsed by my hair stylist, but for now, it's helping me get through this stage with my hair. What do you think?