Growing my hair with wigs

Confession: I have a terrible hands-in-hair addiction!
This year, I have decided to do something completely different with my hair: MANIPULATE IT LESS. Manipulation has a direct relationship with hair breakage. The more you manipulate your hair, the more breakage you experience. This is especially true for Black/African hair.

To achieve less manipulation, I do cornrows first. With this, I have no access whatsoever to my hair. I prefer not to go out with the cornrows so I wear a wig on top of this.
To start with, I purchased two wigs from a Nigerian-based company: Hair by type 4. One was custom-made and the other ready-to-wear. They both have lace closures. You can contact the owner (Lade) by sending an email to



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About Foam·skee

Foam·skee is a a lover of Jesus Christ, worship singer, wife, mom, daughter, sister, friend, entrepreneur and medical doctor. A proud Nigerian in her mid-thirties currently living in Alberta, Canada. She loves people, everything haircare, skincare and makeup. She has been on a never-ending venture to lose 10 kg.

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