“Sweat pants, hair tied, chillin’ with no make–up on. That’s when you’re the prettiest, I hope that you don’t take it wrong.”- DRAKE
Can I just say how much I LOVE the puff? I would rock it everyday if I could. But my hair & my edges wouldn’t thank me. There is just something I love about having my hair pulled away from my face into a high afro puff. A couple of weeks ago, I had the BEST puff week on non-blow dried hair. When I used to rock my puffs circa 2010 & 2011, my hair was ALWAYS blow dried first. However, a couple of weeks ago I was trying to go heat free (that didn’t work out) but I will tell you about that in another post. Anyways, my puffs on my heat free hair were EVERYTHING.> My only complaint is that by the end of my work day ( yes I rocked my puff to work!) my puff was shrunken and not as big as when I left for work in the morning. That Maryland humidity got the best of it! Nonetheless I had some good puffs, take a look at my puff collage below from that good puff week.
The big pic on the left, my hair was stretched out. I twisted only my ends the night before.
The top right picture, I combed out (or picked out) my twisted ends from the night before.
The bottom right pic my hair is damp & not combed or picked out.
Now this pic below isn’t from that marvelous puff week but instead last Sat in Ocean City. This puff is on blow dried hair. I twisted the ends of my hair the night before with coconut oil and unraveled the twists and fluffed them up the next morning.
Now here is some puff inspiration 🙂
Pictures obtained from Face Hunter
Pictures of blogger Cynthia aka Addicted2Etsy
Blogger and writer, Alex of the The Good Hair Blog
Photos Taken by Denisio Truitt
The last two pics are of my beautiful friend Sheila last week on our trip to the beach.
Lady of Rage said it best “I rock rough and stuff with my afro puffs“. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNqIJ3e0OJw
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