So, tomorrow is Valentine’s day. I have really been struggling with what to post. It’s not as if I didn’t know what to post, I have already scheduled my posts for the month (it’s amazing how organised my blog is compared to the hot mess of a whirlpool that is my life- but I digress).
The thing is almost every blog was doing valentine this valentine that…. Don’t get me wrong I enjoyed reading some of them, but valentine has never been a big deal for me whether I was a single pringle or a couple at the time.
So I didn’t have want to do anything very valentine-y but my God the pressure😦, I was already about to cave but I told myself
“ADA BE TRUE TO YOURSELF”
So this post will be what it was initially supposed to be about LOVE. Love for that beautiful mane on your head. Sorry for the rambling now lets begin.
If you remember my hair regimen post, I mentioned that there were some things I would like to try on my hair. Some hair growth tricks and the Inversion method was one of them and I finally did it.
So I will be telling you what exactly I did, how I did it and my results.
THE INVERSION METHOD
Basically the gist of it is you massage the oil of your choice into your hair while your head is in an inverted or upside down position.
This is to be done for 7 days and is supposed to give you an inch of growth.
However, I modified my own method a bit.
1. I combined coconut, castor and olive oil.
2. I boiled some water, put the oils in a bottle and put said bottle in the water to get the oil mixture warm.
3. I sectioned my twists into 3 and massaged each section for 1 minute and 30 seconds. Then I massaged my whole scalp for 3 minutes.
4. Finally, I inverted my head for 5 minutes.
I did this for 7 days and the pictures below show my results. I should probably have measured them to be sure it was exactly 1 inch but I don’t know why I didn’t.
I think there was some growth probably close to 1 inch so I know the method works because, I didn’t use any other products during the 7 days.
WOULD I REPEAT ?
To be honest guys this was really stressful and if not for the fact that I wanted to blog about it I would have quit at day 3.
I think I will do it again maybe later in the year.