When it comes to DIY and homemade hair treatments, most people are quick to grab an egg, honey, yogurt or olive oil for the kitchen. There are also quite a few overlooked ingredients lying around most kitchens that could be added to your natural hair care regimen to boost healthy hair growth. Ingredients such as molasses and onion juice may seem far-fetched at first, but these ingredients have actually been used for hundreds of years in treating hair woes such as stunted hair growth, premature greying and various scalp ailments.
Archives for April 2014
I’ve been natural all my life and have had locs since I was the time I was a baby. Read more of Aziza’s Loc Hairstory…
So many ladies are hung up in the belief that 4C hair is hard to manage and filled with limitations. When the truth is…our hair rocks! Before we get into 7 reasons why we should all show 4C hair some more love a little about me and my 4C hair…
Carol’s Daughter stores file Chapter 11 bankruptcy according to Wall Street Journal Companies affiliated with Carol’s Daughter filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday in connection with the beauty brand’s move to close most of its stores. CD Stores LLC, formerly known as Carol’s Daughter Stores LLC, filed its Chapter 11 petition with the Manhattan bankruptcy court, as did […]
This is a sponsored post I can look around my home at any given moment and find at least 10 things I have to do and even more things I’d like to do. From installing a ceiling fan in the living room to changing out the lights in the master bath or even hanging a […]
I know I’m late to the party on this one… Yes, you read correctly. This post will outline my FIRST impression of Oyin Handmade.
I won’t bore you with frivolous details like how beautiful the packaging is or how delicious each one of the five products in the Snack Pack smelled… I know you want to know does it work and is it worth the money.
Developing a hair regimen is a key way to achieve healthy hair. It requires you to develop a routine of healthy hair practices. But what do you do when something is off in your hair regimen? Even if you have an established hair regimen, there are times when a tweak — or overhaul — may be necessary. Hair grows. Seasons change. Product formulas are altered. And these occurrences may require an adjustment to your natural hair regimen. Here’s how you know you need to make a change… and how you can successfully update your regimen:
If you follow Whitney of Naptural 85, you know she’s not a ‘shampoo girl’, but a ‘mud girl’. She hasn’t used shampoo in over 3 years. Whitney fell in love with mud wash, more specifically Terressentials Mud Wash and hadn’t looked back. Well, that was until recently…
Naptural85 says that she noticed that her hair was “super stiff, a little hard and it looked really matted, dry and dull; [my] ends especially looked and felt horrible…” She made a few tweaks to her regimen hoping for smoother, shiny hair; one of them was shampooing her natural hair
Last year, EDEN BodyWorks released their Coconut Shea collection. It was an answer to my prayers. The collection included an 100% natural line of styling and maintenance products that include two of my personal favorites, Eden BodyWorks Coconut Shea Curl Defining Crème and Leave In Conditioner. Now they have added 4 New Products to fall in love with.
Creating your own natural hair care recipes at home doesn’t have to be tedious or time consuming. By using practical ingredients that are usually found in most homes, you can create a phenomenal at-home deep conditioner in 5 minutes or less. Here are 5 easy yet powerful DIY deep conditioner recipes that you can make in the convenience of your own home