Wednesday, 9 April 2014

Semi Permanent Makeup (Eyebrow Tattoo) Update

Eyebrow update (as requested). 






Pic above is the original comparison between my hand-drawn eyebrows and when immediately after the tattoo (slight swelling and redness).

Happy Christmas pic - Eyebrows were about 6 weeks old

Pic above shows the semi-permanent eyebrows after 4 months - when I'm going out I tend to darken them a bit but generally this is my everyday look







WELCOME TO THE TAPESTRY OF ME....
These are my words and this is my journey, from 'there to hair'!
My life, the lessons learned in and through love and loves ones; and my hair affairs.
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Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Special Moment facilitated by Sisterlocks


"We are all connected"

I see my clients as my 'daughters' (younger), sisters (same age) and mothers (older) - depending on their age and disposition :)
This morning's client was one of my 'mothers'. As I started working on her locs, we talked about a recent funeral and family reunion and she asked where my people were from.

When she found out that I was from Peckham, she said "I used to know a Bajan family who lived in Peckham... both parents were from Barbados, they lived on Kirkwood Road and the dad was called ... "

"VINCENT!" we both cried in unison.
"THAT'S MY DAD! I giggled (honestly, how old am I ????)

What followed was a trip down memory lane. She knew everyone I had grown up with, each family in our little Caribbean community down in SE London. She knew my godfather and godmother, my aunties and my cousins and EVERYBODY. Man! What a trip.

Imagine that!
- To have known my parents and worked with them before they moved back to Barbados.
- To have met up with them (and even picked them up from my old flat) when my parents have visited on their annual trips back to London...
- To have played with and watched over me as a child at Saturday school,
- To be just as familiar with my 'people' as I but never knowing that it was ME standing behind her head and working her locs all this time!

What a privilege to be able to touch the head of someone my parents held in such high regard! You know I had to call my daddy straight away!

The child that would have sat on her knee being ministered to, now ministering to her in a different way. I am feeling pretty blown away at the moment.

#preciousMoments #notjustaHairStylist #SisterlocksSisterhood #allConnected

WELCOME TO THE TAPESTRY OF ME....
These are my words and this is my journey, from 'there to hair'!
My life, the lessons learned in and through love and loves ones; and my hair affairs.
Web: http://www.lovelifelocs.com
Twitter: @almocado
Facebook: Facebook.com/almondavocado

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