Marley Twist:So, Marley Twist are twist extensions, just used with Marley hair. The technique used for installing Senegalese Twist is the same technique used for this style.Why did I choose this style?I have this unexplained love for Senegalese Twist when they are installed using the invisible method, but I do not have the patience nor … Continue reading Protective Style: Marley Twist
Hello From My Marley Twists & I.We're giving Aida a little break before we begin 2014, and as we are preparing for Finals :-)I actually think she's enjoying this break...My scalp on the other hand... Lol! I've had to pay closer attention to it, but so far so good. Nothing Tea Tree Oil, Castor Oil, … Continue reading Just Want To Say Hey 🙂
Hello Guys!I've been gone for too long!I know I know! LOL.A Little Update!My Fundraiser was a Success. I raised $240My goal was $150, So I definitely passed it.I will try my best to post an entry about 2-5 times a month.As my hair is growing, I've got more and more to show you guys!I have color in … Continue reading Hey Guys An Update From TreasureTress
Name: TiaraHow Long Have You Been Natural: I started my transition March 2012 and I BC'd February 6, 2013. It was an 11 month process.What Do You Do For A Living? I am a full time student. Currently taking up Psychology as a Major & African American Studies as a Minor. I am also a part … Continue reading Who is Treasure Tress
What would I do if I would not fail?I have asked this question a couple of times to various friends via conversation and social networking.A couple people said they would try to take over the world [lol]A few said they would try to have world peaceOne of my friends said that she would strive for … Continue reading 1. Question Of The Week : What would you do if you would not fail?
A Transitioners TaleI remember growing up and wanting to wear my hair in an Afro, thinking that if I just wet it and let it air dry I'd get a wonderful lion mane. Little did I know, relaxers killed my natural hair texture, no lye or not!I remember as a little girl, my mother would … Continue reading A Transitioner’s Tale Part I