I’m Still Here!

Hi everyone. It’s been two weeks between posts, and I just wanted to let anyone reading know that I’m still around. I plan on updating soon. It’s almost the end of the semester here at Kent State, so I’ve been really busy.

My next post will be about getting your hair to look good after you’ve slept on it. It took me a long time to work out a routine that works well for me, but now I can get three days out of my hair. Look for that!

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3 thoughts on “I’m Still Here!

  1. Manisha says:

    Hello Alyssa,
    I am so glad that I found your blog while googling about wavy hair care and that too specific for 2A hair type. I also have 2A hair type and I feel which is the most difficult one to handle. There is very limited information about wavy hair on internet. I am from India and here it is very less awareness about handling curly or wavy hair & wavy hair are almost confused with straight hair. Also, here traditional and general hair care routine involves oiling hair and scalp before shampoo and keep that overnight, shampoo and condition next day, when hair are dry style using comb. However, very less people around understand that combs are not for wavy hair.
    Nowadays, I have come across number of Indian wavy and curly hair blogs which are very informative for me although they have not mentioned much about 2A hair. Already it took 25 years of my life to know what is my exact hair type. All those years I thought my hair was just poofy and dry. When I saw your combed hair picture, it was so like my hair. I read through your blog and found it to be so informative. We have very less products in India for curly hair as here every hair type is treated in same way. Still I am experimenting around budget buy Curl friendly products.
    Sorry for such a long comment. I am just so excited to see this blog. Thank you very much for such wonderful information. Actually, I can’t thank you enough! πŸ™‚

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  2. Manisha says:

    Hello Alyssa,
    I am so glad that I found your blog while googling about wavy hair care and that too specific for 2A hair type. I also have 2A hair type and I feel which is the most difficult one to handle. There is very limited information about wavy hair on internet. I am from India and here it is very less awareness about handling curly or wavy hair & wavy hair are almost confused with straight hair. Also, here traditional and general hair care routine involves oiling hair and scalp before shampoo and keep that overnight, shampoo and condition next day, when hair are dry, style using comb. However, very less people around understand that combs are not for wavy hair.
    Nowadays, I have come across number of Indian wavy and curly hair blogs which are very informative for me although they have not mentioned much about 2A hair. Already it took 25 years of my life to know what is my exact hair type. All those years I thought my hair was just poofy and dry. When I saw your combed hair picture, it was so like my hair. I read through your blog and found it to be so informative. We have very less products in India for curly hair as here every hair type is treated in same way. Still I am experimenting around budget buy Curl friendly products.
    Sorry for such a long comment. I am just so excited to see this blog. Thank you very much for such wonderful information. Actually, I can’t thank you enough! πŸ™‚

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    • Alyssa Godfrey says:

      Hi! Thank you so much for your comment! I totally agree with you about 2A being one of the hardest hair types, and it must be even harder to deal with when hair is generally all treated the same. I’m so sorry that I won’t be able to continue my blog, especially since you found it so useful. I want to come back to it some day, but not in the near future. I hope you find some more useful blogs out there to help you out! Try https://wavynation.wordpress.com/ She is 2A also and I learned a lot from her. Good luck!

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