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About Ashleigh Nelson


I am Ashleigh Nelson a journalism student at Northwestern University and a part-time hair fanatic. My hair journey began at the beginning of my college career because I decided that it was time for me to finally learn how to gain and maintain healthy hair. The past two years have had ups and downs, but I have learned so much along the way. And now I am here to share my experiences and knowledge with everyone!

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  1. Tee says

    Hi,

    Scarves aren’t really appealing to men,but healthy beautiful hair is,so if you wear a scarf explain that to your man. I don’t always wear a scarf ,but I did invest in some nice satin pillow cases and pillows.

  2. Kiesha says

    I’m so thankful to have a husband who doesn’t care. He sees how hard I work take care of my hair, and wouldn’t think of asking me not to wear my scarf. Not only do I have a scarf, I have a wrap cap and bonnet for traveling. The only say so he’s had when it comes to my scarves and such was picking the color of my bonnet. 🙂

  3. RaqCC says

    I believe most men would rather not see it but will ignore or tolerate it if we just keep it simple. If I where one that isn’t basic black and tied simply in the back my husband never says anything or never seems to notice it at all . I believe this is mostly because it’s not calling attention to itself. But If I try out a busy or lighter colored one or anything tied in the front or top it always seems to get his attention. In those instances I will notice that he just takes a quick look at it and sometimes he’ll say “what happened to the black one.” 😀 So I try to keep it simple and not get his attention with it because I know he loves me for me but I also want to stay in his fantasies as well.

  4. Jennifer says

    I make sure my scarves are very pretty and feminine when I do wear them to bed and honestly, if you hair is in one of those pineapples with a scarf, that is actually a very cute hair do! If you are sleeping on a satin or silk pillowcase (silk will not get hot for those who sweat at night) your hair will still get smashed, will be less frizzy, still all over your head but the actual benefit is it will not be dry. Cotton causes friction and sucks the life out of hair so make sure that pillow is covered right! My vote is for wear your scarf! A scarf is way sexier than a bonnet, haha!

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