2014 Wrap Up: Hits and Misses with My Hair

Tuesday, December 30, 2014


This year came and flew by so quickly; nonetheless, it's been a great year! Even though I'm years into my hair journey, there's always new products, styles, techniques and methods to discover. Sometimes you re-visit products or methods that you never thought to use again...and your hair loves it the 2nd time around - it happens! This year was filled with a lot of hits and just a couple misses (not typical at all). Check them out below :)

Hits ✓:
Misses ✗:

Overall, I've been pretty consistent with my hair care regimen in 2014 and I have a good handle on what my hair likes vs. what it doesn't like. This year, I've found more staples and hair styles that I truly adore for any occasion! Yes, it's great to experiment; however, I try not to stray too far away from "the usual" to avoid any major setbacks. It's all about balance!

What were your Hits & Misses for 2014? 
What styles or techniques did your hair love or absolutely hate this year?

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8 comments

  1. I really need to try your Water, Glycerin & Aloe Vera Juice hair mist!

    KLP @ SavingOurStrands

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    1. It's very hydrating and refreshing in the summer months. I can even get away with using it in the winter months when doing the LCO method. Hope your hair likes it too!

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    2. I was just thinking the same thing about that hair mist!

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    3. Try it out! I love it. It's a refresher if your hair is dry.

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  2. I've never tried steaming with Coconut Oil before. I might have to try that this year. I'm definitely aiming for a consistency this year. Thanks for sharing your hits & misses :)!

    Jackie

    http://adventuresofanappychica.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you for reading hun! Steaming with Coconut oil is amazing. I notice strength and thickness immediately when I steam with it. I discovered this during the Coconut Oil Challenge last year (2014).

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  3. My hit - Komaza Hair Analysis & Shampooing More.
    My miss - Holding on to relaxed ends.

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    1. Thanks for sharing! Getting rid of thin relaxed ends is the best! Really makes the hair feel healthier and thicker.

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