Some words of advice...

I'm a vblog junkie, I admit it. I love vblogs. Some of the vbloggers are crazy and so funny, which makes me laugh through their posts. Some are very knowledgeable and share a lot of good info. Blogs are excellent too (lol) for info and for laughs.

What we all have to keep in mind, like in every other aspect of life, is that somebody else's truth might not be your truth. Don't believe everything other naturals throw at you. No, I'm not saying they are lying, I'm just saying that what works for their hair may not work for yours. You can't look at someone else's hair regimen and mimic it and think that you have found the golden ticket. It may be that what is the golden ticket for X is a night mare for you. So when you read product reviews or watch them on YT just keep this in mind. That products and styles don't work the same for everyone. If there would be one perfect way of caring for naturally curly hair we would have all been doing it ages ago. But there's not. Figuring out what works for your hair is a big part of the process. It's not only the products it's the regimen. It's not only the regimen it's the style. It's not only the style it's the products. Everything is linked together.

And it is not definite either. Something that may work wonders for you TWA in summer may not work for you 'fro in winter. Mother nature plays a big part in how our hair retains moisture. Some people are more sensitive to weather changes than others. Again, what works for one person in California may not work for you in Sweden; completely different climate.
This goes for your life journey as well as you hair journey :)
So what do I want to say with this post? Well, it's simple really. Finding yourself in life is complicated, and the same goes for hair. There is not one way to live life, there are as many as there are people in the world, we are all unique. And the same goes for hair. Your hair is unique, and it's up to you to figure out how to best care for it. So don't think that someone else can give you all the answers. You have to try, fail, and try again to figure out what works for you. It's all a part of the process, the journey. Yes, that's where it comes from; The Hair Journey. It's not a straight line, it's a lot of highs and lows, and a lot of unexpected events. Just like life. ;)
Enjoy your personal hair journey!

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