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My overall experience with Lace Xclusive has been nothing less than great!
It has been 2 months now, and after swimming (lake and chlorine), exercising, bleaching and dying, the hair quality has remained true.
The only down fall is if a moisturizer is applied to the hair, it has to be very light weight or the hair will be weighed down. For more information on this hair Watch the video below!  

Virgin Brazilian Wave

Dyed with 1B (Clariol) and bleached.

Triple Threat bundle I purchased:

Price: 210.00 USD

I have had this hair for two months and I have mixed feelings. I am not totally pleased but content. Watch the video below for more information.

To see the initial review/unboxing click here
For 2 week update check here 

Products I used for the week deep condition below:

I am always trying to live a healthy lifestyle but my healthy habits seem to fall after three weeks after trial. It was the same pattern with my boxing classes, drinking cinnamon/acv, low carb intakes and the list goes on.
The one thing I have truly been faithful to is water! Water has so many amazing benefits that literally replenished my life.
According to WebMD:

-Drinking Water Helps Maintain the Balance of Body Fluids.
-Water Can Help Control Calories
-Water Helps Energize Muscles
-Water Helps Keep Skin Looking Good
-Water Helps Your Kidneys
-Water Helps Maintain Normal Bowel Function

Those are great healing benefits don't you all think!?
Because I can stick by water I have decided to try to infuse my water with this great belly flattening recipe. According to Doctor Oz. and other "credible" sources (yes I don't think Dr.oz is all that credible), grapefruit, cucumber and mint leaves help to curb appetite and reduce belly fat. Of course I still do my workouts 3 times a week whether they are intense or not, and pray for the ultimate best!

I currently use 
1 slice grapefruit
½ cucumber, sliced
And A couple drops of peppermint oil (Because I do not have peppermint leaves)

Surprisingly it is not too bad. I added too much peppermint the first time but overall the water was quite refreshing. I am going to continue to watch Sheila (my belly I named her), and see the progress. 
Hopefully I can upkeep this water regimen. 
Crochet braids are back at it! I can honestly say i have not done these in a while but after browsing pintrest, I decided to install them but with a different texture of hair.
I have seen beautiful pictures of girls with afro textured hair and I could never find weaved tracks with that matched my likings so marley hair was my best bet.
I purchased 2 1/2 packs of the Noir and Reggae braids for the style (had to go to two different stores). One store only had a color 1, which I never purchased, and the other only had 1b/40 which was even more disgusting but I cracked and used anyway. Each pack ran me about $6 before taxes. I initially had 3 1/2 packs but I cut the first pack and half and after installing two pieces I knew I had to chuck it. 

For the crochet style, I simply followed my method here and made it work. I wanted the hair to look full so I did not separate the pattern pieces and just installed them as is.  I have to admit that the size was drastically overwhelming but it grew on me even after I razored and cut it twice!

At night I simply did two twist, wore a bonnet, then slept away.

In some pictures you will see the hair curly, I just followed my flexi rod video, which I will post below to make it work for this style. 

I kept this style for 3 weeks remarkably with all the tangled glory. I embarked upon everything I was to expect with synthetic hair, especially with the afro texture. Yes it tangles super easy, and yes it shed, but hey it was a cheap fix for my bad hair days, so no complain over here!