Friday, February 6, 2009

She Works Hard for the Money

I've been watching a lot of Donna Summer videos and today I have really channeled my inner Ms. Summer. Everyone knows that I work 12 hour night shift 4 nights a week, right? Well, this week and every other week from now until...I'll be working 5 days 12 hours. Mo' money, mo' money, mo' money! I'm tired though, lol. I would post a video, but the ones I like get removed from YouTube. I listened to Donna's 'I Feel Love' about 25 times. If you have the time YouTube it!

I might be doing a little wholesale gig coming up. Wish me luck.
This is Mr. Neighbor. My how his hair has grown. It's longer than the pictures show. I'm no stylist but I think this came out pretty decent for my first try. I think I'll start it up farther to the forehead because it gets to thick at the nape. I told him I wasn't doing his hair anymore because it's gotten so pretty.

His locks were retightened with a crochet needle using the Sisterlock method.

6 comments:

Laquita said...

WoW his hair looks wonderful. Good luck with the wholesale thing :o)

PK said...

Hey Miss Summers, (HEEEEEEEE!) Naw! you go girl. All the love to you and all that you do. Keep your eye on the dream and just jump. The net will show up. You're really good at what you do and the people who'll see your work will know it. What about the book? XOXOXOXO

Lisa @ Serah's said...

Good luck on the wholesale gig! Your neighbor's hair looks amazing! I'm so jealous. How is that I see so many guys with locs that make me jealous!? haha

Carmennc said...

Thank you all so much for the warm comments and good luck wishes!

Lisa, I've been going from blogs and websites with loose naturals getting envious of the different styles. It's amazing what we can do with natural hair.

Valenciajaz said...

Good job! Do you not use the Sisterlock's tool on people who don't have them?

Carmennc said...

Valenciajaz, it depends on how thick the lock is. I used the SL hook tool on some of his smaller ones. His hair is so long and some are too thick that I felt like the tool might break.