Wednesday, January 9, 2013

The rebirth of weave

Hello friends and lovers of the Random Weave. I know it has been over 3 years since my last post. But now I am back. I am setting a goal this year to try and post at least once a week on this blog. I may not always have a fun weave picture. But I am sure I will have something to say randomweaves. I also hope to interview my friend and Master Weaveologist Michael. Who is currently touring the country with Jersey Boys and changing lives one wig at a time.

But enough about what I am going to be doing with the blog and on to the first post. About you see what I consider to be sheer brilliance from the good folks at Disney. Actually, I am pretty sure that Disney did not make these. But whatever, let's give that mouse the credit. Last week my friend Chris sent me a link to the photo above. It appears to be a Disney Princess extensions. Now, I know what you are thinking: Who in their right mind would get something like this put in their hair? And to that I say WHO WOULDN'T? Personally I am already a fan of the Ariel extension, the pink one. Not the black one, the black would blend in my hair and the pink would REALLY stand out. So ladies, next time you go out and want to get some extensions I think you should ask if they have the Disney in stock.

In order to keep this blog going I am going to need to reach out to you my readers. Over the years people have continued to send me photos of hair weaves they randomly find on the ground. They are everywhere. Not that I have told you this you will see. Just this past Monday I was walking through Civic Center with my friend Cecilio and I came across this gem (see below). I got so excited as I knew I was going to be posting this week. But upon further inspection, Cecilio pointed out that it was a lanyard. Please note rope, lanyards, and any thing not a weave does not count. I will count wigs. But feel free to send the photos to me via text or email: Include any information that should be included in the post like location, condition of weave, how you think it got there? Anything.


Anonymous said...

Love that you are writing again.

JP :-)

Lauren said...

"condition of weave, how you think it got there.." LOLZ

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