BUSH : 37 Romantic photos of my hairy hairy bush and my long hair. So tell me… does the carpet match the drapes? Ya’ll know I don’t color my hair. What you see is all natural. Enjoy!!
This show was NOTHING BUT TITS! Tits in your face, the entire show. Nipple Play, tit squishing, and all in your face. Enjoy!!
How can I have a ‘longhair’ blog and not offer tips, advice and my wisdom that I’ve gained over the past 26 years of my Long Hair Journey??? IKR!
I will post under this category (My LongHair Wisdom) my hair care ‘stuff’ … product info, my tips, etc. Here’s my first post below:
One of the questions I am asked the most is: What do you do to your hair to keep it so long? My answer…
I LOVE MY HAIR. I treat it like I love it, I treat it with TLC, along with these practices:
- NO HEAT ~ I do not blow dry, use hot rollers, flat irons or any heat source on my hair.
- NO CHEMICALS ~ My hair is virgin hair, meaning…not chemically altered. No hair coloring, bleach, dye, no ‘perms’, no mousse, gel, hairspray, etc. Things I do apply to my hair: shampoo, conditioner, occasionally coconut oil.
- MINIMAL HAIR CUTTING ~ During the early years of my LongHair Journey, I trimmed as least as possible. At least every 9 months because I was growing out a perm, and that took several years so I cut the old perm a couple inches at a time every 9 months or so. Once the perm was gone, I only trim once a year or longer, taking off enough so I don’t step on it all the time; I won’t trim shorter than lower calf length which was the length I went back to my last trim in August 2019. It’s at my ankles now (July 2020), and I’ll maintain that length for awhile, planning a dusting trim on the anniversary of the cut date.
So…that’s my best advice I can give anyone, male or female, who wants to embark on their own LongHair Journey. Most of all, is LOVE YOUR HAIR.
Wow, look how much my bush hair has grown. I’m not quite satisfied with it just yet. A couple more months perhaps and I’ll have the ‘full bush’ look I’m aiming for. It’s getting long, and I like that, just need the ‘triangle’ to have more fullness at the top. It’s getting there for sure~
The prell lathers up very well, I need to keep this hair in as great of condition as the hair on my head. Shampoo, rinse and condition!
A nice fluffing with my comb after the wash shows how full it’s getting~