Transitioning and Swimming

rae_ofsunshinerae_ofsunshine Posts: 5Registered Users
Ok so I'm planning on going swimming a lot this summer, but the only problem is my 13 month transitioning hair. Let's just say my natural hair is very distinguishable from my scragly relaxed ends when wet. If it wasn't for those ends, trust me, I would be swimming everyday. Anyways, I just want to know some style ideas that can blend my two totally different textures while swimming. Thanks !:colors:
:afro: Striving towards BIG HAIR :afro:
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  • quietstormRNquietstormRN Posts: 21Registered Users
    How about flat twists in the front and a bun in the back? Better yet, how about a swim cap to protect your hair from the chlorine? ;0)
  • rae_ofsunshinerae_ofsunshine Posts: 5Registered Users
    I actually tried a swim cap, but it just ended up ripping off the back of my hair when i took it off :( . So i decided to put in some senegalese twists. Took me 2 long days to twist these babies up !
    :afro: Striving towards BIG HAIR :afro:
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
  • RimiRimi Posts: 2,001Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    They look beautiful!
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