To make this hairstyle I:
1. Parted my hair across the top of my head, from ear to ear. I clipped that hair up and out of the way and put the length in a ponytail to also keep that out of the way. The hair clipped up is my half-up hair.
2. I parted the front section I had made in the middle.
3. I then took the left side and divided it in half vertically from part to hairline.
4. I braided the front half of the left side of my hair.
5. I then took the right side and divided it in half vertically from part to hairline.
6. I braided the front half on the right side of my hair.
7. I took the loose section that remained from the original part (the back of the left and right sides of the half-up hair) and braided it.
All of the photos are clickable. It's really easy to see, especially on the right side, the breakage that I'm gradually cutting out.
And just for fun, here is a comparison of this hairstyle made today with a photo of this hairstyle made on January 19th of this year. The length of my hair looks thicker in the January photo, but that's because I put less of my hair in the half-up section.
It's a nice reminder that my hair really has grown in 8 months, despite my regular trims and cutting 2 inches off of the tip of my V-shape in June.
Hope you like this style.
I tried the lemon juice rinse today, and my hair is very soft and shiny. It's too soon to really tell about the frizz. but my hair is nice and smooth.
My verdict:: too soon to tell for a straightie, but I'll be doing it for the next few washes.
'Til tomorrow, my friends. Much love and extra hugs to anyone who is missing someone today.