Part 1 of my interview with Kavuli last month was quite a hit (thank you for the feedback), so without further ado, I bring you part 2.
I love, love, love this recent pic of Kavuli after she took her braids out – hot!!! Read how she achieved this look here.
Q1: How are you wearing your hair at the moment (braids, weave etc.)
I’ve recently hosted a 8 Week Grow With Me protective Style Challenge & I’m now running a 8 Week Castor Oil Competition sponsored by Ruutos Hair. I’m rocking another protective style, a sew-in weave over this time.
Q2: What are your hair goals?
I recently cut my hair from BSL (bra-strap length) to SL (shoulder length). I wanted to get rid of my thin and old ends and I wanted to grow my hair (again) along with my readers. My goal is to maintain thick and healthy ends and grow my African hair to great lengths. Waist length is my ultimate goal.
Q3: What’s the one hair question you get asked the most by readers?
“How do I repair my hairline?!” This has to be the question I’ve been asked and answered a few hundred times!
Q4: What do you think the most common misconception is about ethnic hair?
The most common misconception about ethnic hair is that it is inferior, unkept and needs to be ‘changed’.
Q5: If for one entire month you could only use one hair product & one hair tool, what would they be?
I absolutely loved this conditioner called Yes to Carrots that used to be sold at Clicks. That conditioner was my everything and my hair was so happy while I used it (its since been discontinued). My one hair tool would have to be my wide tooth comb. I really don’t leave home without it.
Q6: If you had a magic wand, what one thing would change about the hair industry in SA?
My magic wand would wipe all the crap hair products off our shelves and replace them with all the great products that are available internationally.
Q7: What’s next for Good Hair Diaries – anything you can share that your readers can look forward to?
Wow! I have a few things in the pipeline that I can’t really reveal until everything is finalized. What I will say is my readers and followers can look forward to a more “interactive” Good Hair Diaries, more giveaways and appearances.
You can catch up with Kavuli on her blog, Facebook & Twitter.