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Allow Me to Reintroduce Myself...

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It's been almost two years, and here I am... back at it again. A lot has changed since then -- new hair, new car, new job, new man, new nephew, new golf clubs... you get the idea. Through it all, one thing has remained constant: my complete and utter obsession with hair. I'm almost certain that at some point, I will go to cosmetology school just for the heck of it. But until then, I will re-iterate the same sentiment I expressed back when I first started this blog (under the name Kinky Crown):

I am not a licensed cosmetologist. I have never worked in a hair salon -- not even as a receptionist. I don't have posters and flyers littered on Crenshaw advertising my services. I am not a miracle worker. I am by no means an expert. I know nothing about weaves (except what I learned about in Chris Rock's Good Hair). Heck, I can't even cornrow.

Now that we've got that out the way, let's get going.

The Mane Objective is dedicated to what virtually every woman's main objective (haha, get it?) is: a vibrant, healthy head of hair. Although I have yet to enroll in a single class at Marinello, I have been caring for my hair on my own (with the exception of a few major events) since 2003. In my 9 year journey, I have accumulated a plethora of knowledge, techniques, tips, great finds and cool ideas -- and I am absolutely thrilled to continue sharing my passion for cultivating great hair. I often get phone calls and text messages from friends and family (and in stores, complete strangers) asking questions about everything from shampoos to split ends; and with good reason. I've had long hair, short hair, ducktails, highlights, cellophanes,bangs, black hair, red hair (before Rihanna, thank you!), purple hair, blonde hair, curly hair, straight hair, and everything in-between -- and have still managed to preserve the overall health of my hair.

Like I said before, everything I know about weaves came from Chris Rock. I reiterate this point because I am a firm believer in sticking to what you know. If you're looking for products and advice for weaves, you're in the wrong place homeskillet. I'm not knocking those that rock artificial tresses; but my mission is to focus on making the hair under those tracks as healthy as possible, so you don't feel pressured to sew/glue in beautiful hair...because you'll already have your own :-)

If there is a particular topic or product you want me to cover, or you have a specific question, don't hesitate to send an e-mail or drop a comment.

Ya'll ready to get started again? Let's goooooooooooooooooo!

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