Friday, December 09, 2005

Retightening Class #3

Posted by PicasaWe are really on the ball now, completing rotations and moving from one lock to the next!

That "hook tool" is going to take some getting use to and once Gigi showed us how to use the "clip tool" we were shocked at the ease compared to the hook tool. I'm ready to rumble now!

I could not wait to get home; I started right away and finished my entire head in six hours over a two day period. I was driven to finish and now I find myself digging in my head looking for a lock or two that I may have missed, sick huh? Well, I've found a couple and when I did I broke out the tools and started in on them! I'll still be going to my Consultant for check ups and during those times that I feel I need a little pampering but overall, I feel freedom that I now know my pattern and can retighten my "own" hair.

Our group photo shows a sigh of accomplishment, it was a great experience. Thanks again Gigi and thank you Karen for the encouragement and team work!

7 comments:

coco_btrfly said...

LOL! I'm so excited and happy for both of you! I can not wait until I reach the six month mark, so I can learn how to do my own hair, too! Congrats...

CoCo

Creyole's Sisterlock Exodus said...

Crystal,

Thanks, you will love it! But, my warning is that is really addictive. Pray for balance cause I need to get my devotion time in and between bloggin and retightening...it's crazy!!

Detra said...

look at you workin that tool...go girl go! I'm with Crystal, I too am ready to get my learning on!

Jena Evans said...

LaChanda,

Congrats to you both. You hair looks marvelous. Karen's hair looks marvelous. GigGi's hair looks marvelous. Growth to ya both with ya' tool handling skills.

Bravo for six hours...

Blessings!

Naturalist1 said...

Congrats. I can't wait til I do my own hair.

Tra said...

Good for the both of you. I can only imagine how excited you are to know that you can do it yourself now!


Tra

NaturalyFree said...

Yeahhhhhhhhh for you and Karen. It is definently a science to it. The clip tool is much easier than the hook tool to me as well. Well, happy locking and be careful not to oer tighten or you will expereince breakage and weak locks.