Thursday, May 7, 2009

WoooHoooo Bless The Lord Somebody I'm Graduating!

YAY God!! In two weeks I will Be a proud graduate! I've finished all my finals and received all of my grades, I know where I'm going to grad school in the fall and everything is all good .... Pressure is way OFF

Here are the pics of my hair as promised. There's not much going on with it. It has condensed a lot and is not as springy as it used to be. Since I've noticed that I have not been doing any up dos just so I don't hinder what my hair wants to do naturally. Okay OKay so I haven't done as many up dos sheesh...

Anyway I am going through phase where I am not at all content with the size of my locks. I believe they are Way too big. I know crazy right!?! But here me out, the front is fine but the back ranges from what seems to me as mediums to large which I didn't really start to notice until my locks started to condense and and, the middle of my hair is shorter than the rest of my hair so it makes the size that much more apparent. *sigh* Alas I am going to leave things the way they are at least for six month or until my locks settle and I get some length before I make any decisions. I've read in Kalia-dewdrops blog where she had to combine some of her locks because her retightenings took forever and for various other reasons and things like that make me think and just want to wait it out because right now my consultant is a beast she tightens all my 490+ locks in under two hours, yeah buddy! But later on in life I wont be in this area and who knows if other consultants will be as proficient in expedient in their tightening sessions and what about when I start to DIY, so much to think about, but right now I am not happy, not happy at all. But I still Love Love Love my locks.
the last pics are of a style I saw on Fucshia page and it rocks it doesnt take much manipulation and I love it I believe it is my new favorite style Thx... Check out her blog at


Euphoria said...

congrats on graduating and your locks are just fine I love the cornroll style your rocking

Chloe Bee said...

Congratulations!!!!!! I know your so excited...Where you going for grad school? I hope you all the best this time is huge!!!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on graduating!!!

As for your patient. I say give it atleast a year before making your decision. The first year is all about your locs settling in and becoming their own. Also keep in mind that eventually you want to be DIYing. I myself, have a little over 400 locs and I still can't bring myself to take all that time to DIY.

Naturally Sophia said...

Congratulations on grad school! YAY! Your hair looks good too. Some have all the luck ;)

Kay exquisite said...

thanks everyone

Anonymous said...

Hi Ms. Exquisite,

I stumbled across your page while looking at the journeys of other women that have sisterlocks. I couldn't help but think that you looked very familiar. Did you go to Highland High School? I'm considering doing the sisterlock thing myself.

Kay exquisite said...

@ sophia and euphoria- Thx!!!

@ IE hey thanks for stopping by my blog no I did not go to Highland High sorry :-)Sisterlocks has been wonderful for me, if you have not already you should check out for some more info.

@Chloe I'm still in the selestion process for grad school I've been accepted to a few now I'm just sniffing through them and doing my finals visits to decide where I want to go. I should make a final decision by the end of the Month and I'll be sure to let you know.

@ MeikMeika Yeah that is def something I have though about, I just dont want them to be bulky when they do mature even though I dont really feel they will be because of my hair type. I will wait though. Thx