How To Get Hair Waist Length

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The Love Handle Eliminator Best Workout For Waistline Belly Fat

welcome to my love handle eminato eliminator ok really i can't say that word if you loved my other tutorial the muffin top destoyer this is going to be another of of your favourites eliminator hey guys welcome to your love handle eliminator class we are in beautiful sand banks provincial park

in picton ontario and i have a five minute miracle class that will focus on your core were going to work your obliques core get rid of those love handles so if you're ready grab a mat grab some water and lets get started ok guys to get started come up to your knees

extend the right leg all the way out grounding that foot reaching your arms right up to the sky interlace fingers index fingers up inhale big stretch to the left exhale contract your abs come up for one reach and two

reach and three very good keep going were doing town here on one side release your arm were going to take your weight up to side plank modify stay on the knee otherwise extend bottom leg out stack feet on top of each other breathe

were going to hold side plank for 8 seconds draw navel into the spine from here take top hand down release the hip thrust right up engage those obliques for two lower and three and four

working the sides of your belly your abs extend arm right up hoding side plank 8 more seconds holding here draw the navel into the spine keep that straight beautiful line imagine as if you're between two walls you want to try and keep yourself flat

Natural Hair Length Update Waist Length in Two Years

peace n love everyone I am doing this tutorial today because I just found out.and I hadn't stretched my hair in a long time. The last time I stretched my hair it was 19 months. I stretched it the day and to my surprise it was waist length. And not only that, it's like the end of waist length. You know what's getting ready to go on know. Yep, I am heading for tailbone length. I am sharing this with you. All the tutorials that I have on my channel are actually parts of my hair routine.

Those tutorials tell you what I do on a daily basis to my hair. I cut my hair on March 4, 2012. Now it is April 2, 2014. That makes two years that my hair has grown to waist length. that is two years at my hair hair hasgrown I am just so surprised. I put it out there my tricks to the trade.

Ok, it's in all my tutorials. Everything I do between washing, stretching, everything. Some of them are long, yes, that's because I do not want to miss a step in telling you what you can do and how to grow your healthy or long. And I want you to see first hand what women with long hair go through. There are no short cuts. Umm. you just have to keep going and finding new ways and finding something that works for you. okay what you find some that works foryou and that is good for your hair you have to stay on it. There is only about three things that I really use in my hair.

Now I have been showing this through out my tutorials Ok So you have to pay attention. My shampoo bar, when I really need to wash my hair clean, olive oil, and shea butter. In between washes, cornstarch, vinegar solution. I shared this with you, and I showed you how I do it. okay so I shared with you I showed how I do it Idid not leave anything out. okay so if you want to know what I do, it's all over my channel what I do.

I try to stay away from bad chemicals. That was my main goal, to get harsh shampoos out of my life. that was my main goal to you get to lookat my life I stuck with nature as much as I could. and nature paid off for me and allowed me to grow waist length hair. I am not stopping there. As long as I keep doing good things to my hair and skin there is nothing but good payoff. and having emphasizing this through allmy tutorials

about the chemicals and what they do. I am serious about this. There were no chemicals in my way. there was nothing in my way hindering myhair growth okay so my regiment is all over in my tutorialit's all there ok and left it there for you okay butI'm here to tell you so you can do it too okay and I have it there for you and

How to Grow Hair Past Shoulder Length relaxedtexlaxedtransitioningnatural

Hey I wanted to do a tutorial that talksabout how to get past shoulder length. I know that when I was on my hair journey I prettymuch started shoulder length a little bit above shoulder length and it seemed like thatlength took me the longest to get past. Since then my hair seems to grow at a pretty consistentspeed but before that it seemed like it took forever for me to get past shoulder lengthand so I wanted to do this tutorial to talk about how do you get past shoulder length. I'veread a lot of blogs about women who started their hair journey 2 years ago, 1 year agoand they were ear length and their hair grew extremely fast. Now they've reached shoulderlength and it seems like their hair plateaued.

The reason why that is is because shoulderlength is pretty much the most dangerous length your hair can be in. The reason why I saythat is because shoulder length means that your hair is going to touch your shoulders.Your hair is going to be exposed to your skin, to your clothes, if you are wearing it downoften it's going to be exposed to a lot of the elements of the air, and rubbing on allof your items such as your purse, you may notice sometimes you hair gets snagged inyour purse or your jewelry, it's just not a good place for you hair. So my challengefor you is if you are at shoulder length try to do protective styles until you get pastthe shoulder length mark. When I was shoulder

length and I didn't seem to be getting growthI actually did a protective stylebunning challenge and what protective styling meansis that you're pulling your hair off your shoulders, you're also tucking your ends away.Just pulling your hair off your shoulders is not enough. You also need to find stylesthat are going to get these ends completely tucked away and out of the elements. Thatway your hair has time to grow and flourish and these ends aren't going to break off becausethat's the main reason why our hair doesn't quot;grow.quot; The word grow is not the right word.The reason why our hair does not retain length is because it's usually breaking off. So whenyou are at shoulder length that's the most

critical time for you to decide that you aregoing to do protective styles. I would say go 3 months or even 6 months protective styling.Now you may be hesitant to do that because you want to enjoy your hair, you want to wearit down and just enjoy it. But once you get past that plateau you can go back to wearingyour hair down as often as you want but one thing that you may realize is that you preferfor it to be up because you know it's protected. So that's something that I noticed. I was veryhesitant to go on a 3 month protective style challenge and in that challenge it said youcan either do the hard challenge which would be never wearing your hair down, never exposingyour hair to the elements to being medium

or easy. I believe that I did the medium portionthat said that I could wear my hair down once a month in that 3 month period. And it wasnot a hard thing for me to do. I actually probably only wore my hair down once in thatwhole 3 months because it wasn't all that hard to do. I actually enjoyed doing differentstyles. So I hope you guys enjoyed that tutorial and can kindof understand what I'm sayingand where I'm coming from and I hope that if you do decide to do this challenge thatyou are able to achieve the length that you are looking for. If you guys do decide todo this challenge go ahead and write it down below I'm just interested to see who is wantingto do that. Or if you have questions about it, just write it down below and I will behappy to answer those for you.

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