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Why weaves are not good for you

27 Jul
By in Fashion
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 The wet season is here with us yet again. I am not sure whether this is supposed to be a wet season or this has a lot to do with global warming, was never a fan of Geography.


Most of the people I know hate this weather, loathe it even. I don’t know what happens in Nairobi but as soon as the first rain drop hits the ground, traffic jam materializes. I have asked around but no one seems to know what actually happens to cause this traffic, feel free to share your thoughts on this.b2ap3_thumbnail_traffic-nairobi.jpg


Another reason to hate the rainy season is because of the sister that comes with it… cold. So many single people willing to sacrifice their ‘freedom’ just to get someone to sit or lie next to. Every time I log in to social media I can never miss a few rants on how ‘this is when I regret being single’.


But the one I have decided to discuss today touches mostly on the ladies. Hair, human or horse hair. When the weather changes to this, you should have a few tricks up your sleeve (and by this I do not mean a shower cap or juala in your hand bag). The rainy season calls for plaited hair. This is easy to maintain.


b2ap3_thumbnail_images-13.jpgYou can always braid your hair or have lines done on them. I know, most of you will say weaves are also manageable, but how is a weave manageable yet you have to comb it day in day out? Not unless you live in a salon where you can get all things done after every rain episode.



Source: OnCampus



Then again, weaves aren't aallll that. Go natural, it's appealling, unless you have one of those receding hair lines. If you're going to get a weave, get a good one. Cheap weaves make you look ratchet.

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