Thursday, January 3, 2013

Desire to achieve the 'S' Factor!!!

And here ends the week long wait. My plate of Brunch is just incomplete without the Sunday Brunch. For years, Brunch has been making my Brunch spicy with a tint of masala which I can't resist any more.
The Personal Agenda being most revered section of all, I quickly flipped the pages .Ah, here comes the celeb of the week, the beautified persona 'Piggy Chops'. The one thing you want to change in eyes went straight to the question number four. 'Hair', I heard my conscience speaking and you know this inner self  always speaks the truth, how bitter it may be. Yes, the very moment I think of my hair, I get submerged into the ocean of worry and fear.What not I've been doing in order to attain the 'S's. The shine,style,smoothness,silkiness,and to keep pace with this emerging fashion the biggest 'S' of all -Straightness.
What these girls do to their hair, what pious tonic they apply, I just keep on wondering.
Have been running from door to door, visiting all consultants from Mr. Habib to Ms. Luthra. Exhibiting a sincere attitude, have used  wide range of hair grooming material - shampoos, conditioners, masks, serum as per recommendation.But, my hair needs some magic wand to be rolled upon.
And, do you also think on similar lines like my mom ? She thinks that, I'm least bothered to care for my hair, according to her there are enough of natural remedies to be used in order to get the hair straightened and smoothen, and she is just hard to convince for any of these chemical oriented treatments,  as per her these are just meant to damage the nature's gift. Oh, to hell with this gift. Let me tell you, how much efforts I've put in for gaining the 'S' factor, and still all your tips and suggestions are most welcome, I beg of these.
I've tried the craziest and wierdest existing idea that has emerged into this brain factory, with complete help from the various sources I've known. But Alas, all my experiments turned out to be futile so far.
Have been a true Tech-savvy in this context, using all medium of techno networking available at glance, ranging from all sorts of electronic, digital to paper media.
The Internet being most reliable of all sources, gave me an endless list of remedies , going through each I dreamt of straight, smooth and silky hair, the perfection for which I've been longing for.
But, useless.I tell you, all these posts in 'Search' context are meant  to fool the innocent faces like me. Sigh..!
Not even a single known magazine I've left so far, It seems everything in this world can be summarized to3M - money making medium.

Our very own God- the Google who claims to know every single thing in this world, says- Honey - It works as wonder - the natural hair straightener. Apply honey to hair strands,leave it to dry, go for a hair wash and you'll be amazed by the results. Yes, you were true , results just left me surprised and shocked. All I was left was with glu on my hair, the stickiness took days to get off. huh!

 'Fasting and Yoga for straight long smooth hair'  read the Title of  the monthly edition of Nirogdham's article.Fasting for hair, sounds foolish, isn't it?

Me being a great foodie, fasting and me are just opposite poles, but when it comes to my hair how could I ignore this mantra.And exercise, am a big lazy bone, but hair, I want them as shiny and straight. The regime constituted living on a salt free,sugar less diet for a month, skipping a meal every Tuesday , and doing Headstands - an yoga posture - position lowering  head below your body--several times daily (15 minutes each time). I was filled with so much of enthusiasm that I continued the entire activity for 2 months, but sad, all mighty efforts in vein. Not in vein actually, as definitely it must have helped stimulating other parts of body.

Laying down in such a way that your hair fall on an iron table, and ironing the hair. This sounded a bit illogical but technically good idea. My mom came screaming with all force from the world, "Ironing your hair, gosh you are going to burn your head now". I know mom, this sounded little vague to me as well but this is all chemical free and with no cost associated and see I've started caring for my hair, I need to straighten them.But to an amateur like me, this one came with a little of straightening effect but not any of the other  'S' factors and even missing the quality of straightening I wished. Believe me, I've no guts to give it a try for the second time, requires a huge expertise to put the hot iron on your head.

Let your hair lose and do some jumping and hip-hopping. The air in the surrounding will make your hair go straight  leaving them silky as ever. Laughing out loud, don't remember from where I got this tip, but was worth a try. 

'What you eat is what you are' I quoted somewhere and have heard it holds true for your body and skin, then it should apply to your hair as well, I pondered. Noodles, the very next thing striked me, and to add to it my mind started picturing Chinese girls, how straight and smooth hair all of them have. God, I figured out the reason, there was no limit to my excitement. Noodles,noodles and noodles, how on the earth these china folks survive, munching noodles may or may not give noodles shape to my hair but led to a severe impact on my digestive tract.

And thus the list of my wacky experiments with my hair  goes on and on.
Of  lately , have heard that 'Sunsilk' who believes that 'Life can't wait' is about to come up with Hair straightening solution in order to end my wait. Fingers crossed, my last hope!!! Just waiting for the Sunsilk Expert Range to hit the Indian stores.
All I desire is the 'S' Factor. Am I really too demanding ??

Oh God please help me!

This Post was intended for Sunsilk 'The Straight hair Experiment Contest' on Indiblogger. , but some how I missed the deadline. Never-mind :)


KParthasarathi said...

I wish you had sent this in time for the contest.It is very nicely written witha dash of humour.
I have heard people tell that honey turns the hair white.Are you sure that it does not?

Mads... said...

Much Thnaks KP Uncle for stopping by here as always:) I rlly wished I could be on time..just missed by few minutes it seems..neways!thnx u liked it..nd no idea abt's all just imaginations..hehe:)