I’ve been doing tons of research lately…TONS about ayurvedic powders which have been used for centuries by Indian women to give their hair shine and to strengthen. I love learning about natural hair powders like these so I quickly youtubed and googled until I learned enough. I went to a local store and purchased some … More Mini hair haul #2
I’ve noticed ever since I returned natural that everyone keeps talking about silicones, parabens, mineral oil and sulphates and some natural hair gurus go as far to say to stay away from products that contain them. Why though? Are they really so bad for our hair or are we just feeding into capitalists needs to … More Why I don’t really pay attention to ingredients
In my quest to find products that work for me, I recently decided what the hell…why not buy some products instead of waiting?! So I did!!! Let me tell you I am very excited to try out all these products. Ax my hair continues growing and getting thicker, its the more product it needs. I … More Mini hair haul!!!
Heyyyy everyone 🙂 my hair is currently in box braids, rocking my first protective style since I returned natural and I noticed I was running low on whipped shea butter. So I’ve come to share my recipe with you guys 🙂 Wipped shea butter (what you will need) –shea butter -coconut oil -vegetable glycerin -olive … More DIY whipped shea butter
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Let me start by saying, I love Ayuvedic herbs and powders for my kinky hair these herbs/powders repair, thicken, strengthen and condition my hair. Ayurveda means “the knowledge for long life” while Ayurvedic is the term used to describe a Hindu system of traditional medicine native to India and…
I know there are a lot of people who once they put inany formof protective styles (braids, wigs, weaves etc), they don’t take care of their hair. They assume that becuase its in a protective style they don’t have to moisturise at all!!WRONG! Your hair still needs to be moisturised because even though its tucked … More Hair care before protective styling