By: on January 13, 2018
Just a quick one ........ DONT expect that all EXPENSIVE PRODUCTS will make your hair grow down your back in 6-8 weeks when you just did the BC.. Don't fall into FALSE ADVERTISEMENT!!!! Just because someone made a regimen that works for their hair doesn't mean it will work for yours ...DO WHAT  BEST FOR YOUR HAIR. BE PATIENT, TAKE SOME TYPE OF GROWTH AID, WEAR PROTECTIVE STYLES BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY DO YOUR RESEARCH!!! Also remember that HEALTHY HAIR comes from the inside out so EATING HEALTHY an...
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By: on September 4, 2017
I don’t think I have to stress so much introducing coconut oil to you. We all have used coconut oil before. It is one essential oil that every naturalist must own. One major issues when purchasing not only oils but hair products generally, is identifying fake products from the original products. I have fallen victim of bad oil several times because I did not know how to identify good oils from bad ones. Today I would be giving the basic clues on how to identify good coconut oil. Since it i...
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By: on August 29, 2017
Hello people. Long time no blog! It’s been so long and I definitely have missed writing here. Do not blame me in anyway…blame our unreasonable educational system. One of the major questions I get every time from Naturalists is the question on what oils they are to use. Some would even ask: “Which one is the koko oil that I can’t do without? It is only that one I want to buy”. I must say this, there are so many oils out there and they all perform different functions. It’s the same way we have d...
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By: on April 22, 2017
I bought some bentonite clay from @naturalhairavenue on IG and decided to try it out today and I was impressed. I've never seen my curls pop out like that. Jeezz😧 1. I mixed some bentonite clay with water and olive oil in a PLASTIC bowl (DO NOT USE A METAL DISH BECAUSE IT WILL REDUCE IT'S EFFECTIVENESS. USE GLASS OR PLASTIC). That quantity was small so I added more. You can always use Apple Cider Vinegar or green tea instead of water and any other essential oils 2. I loosened my two cornrow...
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By: on February 28, 2017
Hi lovelies..Hope you all are having an awesome week? :smiley::smiley::smiley::smiley::smiley::smiley: Did you know that the liver has got a lot to do with the hair? YES! A whole lot. The liver is one of the most important organs of the human body which is completely responsible for detoxifying harmful toxins in the body from everything we eat and drink. And of course, it prevents waste products from entering the hair follicles, thereby aiding easy blood and nutrient circulation in t...
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By: on February 11, 2017
So for the first time in my life, I made my hair with Brazilian wool. I made faux locs. It looked nice and was easy to style and I could style it in different ways. However it didn't protect my hair and ruined some of my clothes. It was sticking to my clothes and pulling out the threads. When I loosened it, it hadn't protect my hair like I thought it would. Despite the fact I tried moisturising my hair throughout the time I had it on. It was not entirely bad though. Maybe my expectat...
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By: on January 11, 2017
Happy new year everyone! This is my first blog post of the year. Let's do this Palm kernel oil has been in my home for as long as I can remember. As a little girl, my paternal grandmother would send it to us to use as body cream. She sent the one that had stick like herbs in it and I was cool with them until I started watching nollywood, and I wanted nothing to do with a "babalawo’s cream". Although now I know it’s a very great oil and I’m going to be sharing some of its wonders. ...
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By: on November 18, 2016
There different ways to stretch the hair without heat. However, for me I think the best is African threading for various reasons. 1. Unlike twists, braiding and Co, African threading actually stretches the hair and makes it also similar to a heat stretched hair. 2. When done with local African thread, not wool, it retains moisture of the hair basically sealing everything and keeping it in the same state. 3. Aside from stretching, it can be done in very elaborate ways and can be rocked....
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By: on October 17, 2016
Hi Fam! Still on my new moisturizing routine, since i'm still trying to figure out what's best for my hair - which I have never considered since i went natural. At first I would just do whatever I felt like doing with my hair. I didn't worry at all about a regimen. Maybe then my hair was very low and didn't have much needs, but now it feels like my hair needs more than I give it. That's why I've decided to look for what works best. And like I said in my last post, I long to wear my hair out f...
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By: on October 17, 2016
Why you should follow the rules. I know sometimes you must go through all the blogs here and you see don't do this and don't do that..…. why is all that stuff so important? I mean, why is it a big deal? Can't I just grow my hair in peace and let it grow? The honest truth is no. No, you can't do that. I mean, when you have a baby, you don't just leave the baby to grow. You nurture the baby. Your hair is your baby, and the rules are as important as they sound. Why exactly should you follo...
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By: on October 13, 2016
Hi Fam! Two weeks back, I found a new moisturizing routine and I have been trying it out since then. What I experience with it is that my hair feels a little bit softer than before and there is also progress with growth. I wanted to try this routine with the hope of being able to wear my hair out everyday without braids or wigs, but then I found out that my hair is better off being in braids whether it's under a wig or not, for at least a day or two. That's the way I feel more of the softn...
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By: on October 12, 2016
This deep conditioner recipe is for growth, moisture and protein. Basically hair needs moisture and protein to survive. Genes, diet, weather are other factors but when it comes to hair care (hair treatment especially), we have to understand the delicate balance of moisture and protein. Too much or too little moisture is bad, so is too little or too much protein is bad for the hair. This deep conditioner recipe is something I came up with to tackle that, and I'm going to be listing their function...
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