Thursday, May 04, 2006

OOops! Forgotten one daughter!

Sorry! I left out one family member in the snow photo I published. Never update your blogs at 2 am.(smile) This is Soila or Lala, as we affectionately call her, in her fairy costume she got for her last birthday(third). I promised her sisterlocks, so my sister and I will put them in for her next month when she comes to visit. Watch out for photos.

The Family

The snow photo is of me, my husband Matt and the girls on holiday in Switzerland in February (my Sisterlocks held up!! No hassles).
Next is me and my twin sister taken in Jan this year(she's also sisterlocked see my last post) in Ghana after our dad passed away. The last photo is our son Tilay and Nina, the youngest, in Paris a couple of weeks ago when we took a short break. So there's the family.
Yet to come - close-ups of my hair...coming soon...

The Journey Continues

So I promised I would do some updating and here I am at 00H15 in the morning trying to do just that. It's been a looong day but guess what? I still love my sisterlocks 33 months old now..
As I said in my first post, I live in London and have been trying slowly to build up a client base- not easy with three kids(nine, three and one) smile. But it's been great these past nearly two years.
My routine for my sisterlocks is really simple - freestyle most days. At night I sleep in my LB soc...
I wash every fortnight because I have really dry hair and put a light application of almond oil on my scalp. Since the winter, I use Sisterlocks reconstructor or moisture cream after every wash to counteract dryness and leave my hair feeling softer. Here are some pics....
This shows my hair a year ago shortly after the birth of our last daughter Nina Silole. Notice how thick the locks are...they've condensed much more now.
(You can click on the photos to see them larger)

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Sisterlocks in Ghana -Yay!!

Hi Everyone,
I've been sooooo bad about posting but will soon be updating big time -I promise. Meanwhile I want to shout out about my twin sister's sisterlocks in Ghana and her new blog. This is her link
  • Sisterlocks in Ghana
  • She inspired me to get sisterlocks and her hair (one year ahead of mine) has REALLY grown.