14. I won the Hair challenge!!

Guys, I have major hair problems and by major i mean - hair falling in tremendous amounts, very dry hair. So two months ago I decided to go all natural and took on a self-imposed hair challenge - do not use hot tools for 2 months. But this morning, my hair wasnt behaving so we straightened it. I think I kinda deserved it. You guys need to give healthy hair tips?

Tonight after work R and I went to R's parents to discuss details about the wedding here in Canada (I will do a post about that on the weekend). I am actually excited about the wedding here NOW, weird right? I cant believe it..I mean I was just mourning few days ago! Anywho I am not complaining anymore and moving the heck on..

Thank you all new and current readers for stopping by and let me know what you think of my outfit. Bec i literally took outfit # 11 and switched things up to make this outfit. Freak I feel good for putting it together!

xo Nav


  1. I love that all you had to do with this outfit was layer it differently from #11.
    Goodness I think I could use a hair challenge myself..everysince I went blonde it's so much dryer.
    I love love love moroccan oil tho...have you tried it?

    Natasha ~ Required2BeInspired

  2. Cute skirt! Love the color and pattern. Healthy hair tips: good quality shampoo and conditioner, Moroccan oil, moisturizing mask a couple times a week for dry hair. Since I've changed to salon-quality products, I have spent a little more, but now I have a regimen that really works instead of putting money into worthless products over and over again. Also, get your hair trimmed every 6-8 weeks to keep it nice and healthy (even if you're trying to keep it long or grow it out).

  3. Love love love your skirt! What a great pattern.  And your flowers in your yard look really pretty too! 

    Healthy hair tips: conditioner and avocado oil


  4. awww you're doing so great with the 30 for 30 remix!! You're close to being half-done :D Regarding hair tips, I've always had really healthy hair and I always stress this: heat will ruin your hair. You're doing great by taking this avoiding challenge! I find just letting my hair airdry does make it a bit frizzy, but its much healthier than when I did straighten it every day (in high school). I'm def anti-heat :D HTH

  5. Two words.  Moroccan Oil.  Get the real stuff.  It's expensive but you only need a few drops.  It's also great for elbows, knees, cuticles, etc.  I got mine at Sephora. http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P218700&categoryId=B70  The little half oz bottle lasted me a few months.   

  6. I love the back drop you used.  The flowers really make the picture brighter.  Good luck with the wedding planning!  I was not much of a planner but I love hearing others stories!

  7. I totally hear you on hair issues.  I have had similar problems.  I went organic and started using organic shampoo (Castille liquid soap).  Now my hair no longer falls out in clumps (yay, I don't have to fear going bald :)).  It is still a curly, frizzy, mess though.  I guess you can't have it all.

  8. I've heard rosemary essential oil mixed in olive oil is good for using as pre shampoo conditioning and helps growth. I should take my own advice.

    I love this outfit, how it is the same two pieces as before and how it looks so very different.

  9. I adore this outfit, it's so cute.
    Following you.


  10. wow amazing feedback! Thank you guys! I will try moroccan oil since so many of you suggested it. Thanks guys!

    P.S. This is a dress I am wearing, not a skirt. Love how multi-functional a dress can be.


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