My top 10 hair products for 2014 {Dr Fomsky}

January 6, 2015

Hello wonderful people. Over the last few days, we have been doing a 2014 review on the blog and this is the last post in that series. I just want to round up by telling you my 10 favourite products in 2014. Shescentit blueberry co-wash conditioner. This gently cleanses my hair, leaving it incredibly soft. 100% pure Argan oil Shescentit curl moist conditioner. Really softens my hair. Pura body naturals…

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5 Things I’ve Learnt During My Natural Hair Journey {eBunite}

January 5, 2015

Happy new year everyone! On the 24th of December 2014, I marked my first year hairversary since I’ve gone natural and it only felt right to share some of the things I learnt over the past twelve months. Believe me when I say that it’s been an entirely eye-opening and gratifying albeit challenging experience and I’m glad to have taken that decision. 1. Patience is key. You might as well…

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2014 hair goals reviewed + LESSONS LEARNED {Dr Fomsky}

January 5, 2015

At the beginning of 2014, I had certain goals which I will review below: Goal 1: If my hair thinning doesn’t show any obvious improvement, I will go see a dermatologist. My hair is no longer thinning and I think that the thinning areas are filling in. I believe this is mainly from my regular use of essential oils. Essential oils and hair loss Goal 2: Do a 6-month stretch between relaxer touch…

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Hair products I will be repurchasing in 2015 {Dr Fomsky}

January 4, 2015

Lavender Jamaican black castor oil. An oldie but a goodie. I prefer this to the regular plain Jamaican black castor oil because of the additional lavender. Jamaican black castor oil serum with argan oil. Also an oldie but a goodie. 🙂 Lush Cosmetics Caca Noir henna. I have an unpublished post on how I used this and I promise it to publish it in a few days. This replaces my…

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Hair products I am leaving behind in 2014 {Dr Fomsky }

January 3, 2015

Rhassoul clay: It was a nice product to experiment with but I am trying to streamline my regimen and it just doesn’t fit in. PLUS it is extremely hard to rinse out (in my opinion). Ayurvedic powders – brahmi and alma. The same thing I said about rhassoul clay applies to my ayurvedic products. Regular henna: My hair was becoming too red and I don’t have time to do henna…

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Our Top selling products of 2014

January 2, 2015

Hi people. So, we’re coming at you today with more of our 2014 review. We are sincerely grateful to all the people who patronized Sizzelle Store last year. May God richly bless you all! Below are our top sellers for 2014: Satin bonnets (of different brands). If you are going to bed and you want to retain moisture, this is a serious necessity! JAMAICAN BLACK CASTOR OIL 4 OZ can be used…

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Hair techniques I tested in 2014 {Dr Fomsky}

January 2, 2015

Blow drying: I enjoyed learning how to blow dry my hair using a method I saw on YouTube by Reniece TV. I will only do this occasionally because it takes me too long. Ain’t nobody got time for long styling!   Flat ironing: I did this once last year and it left my hair feeling smooth. I think I will do this a bit more often this year (with enough protection…

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10 most popular posts of 2014

January 1, 2015

To continue our 2014 review, we are going to be listing our top read posts of 2014. Simply click on any of them to read. Healthy Nigerian food timetable The journey towards a flat belly – know some facts first! How I styled my kinky braids! Greenhouse effect regimen JBCO as a deep conditioner Using JBCO to ‘prepoo’ #SIZZELLEHAIRLINECHALLENGE is over – Sorry for the delay in posting results! Vote…

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2014 in review {Dr Fomsky} – Battle of the moisturizers part 3 – The winner

December 31, 2014

Hi guys. 2014 has been a year of experimenting for me. Yeah experimenting. When I cut my hair last year, I felt so liberated and was no longer driven to grow my hair long. My main hair goal became healthy looking hair. This year, I have delved my hands in different techniques and products. Over my next few posts, I will be discussing the techniques and products I tried out…

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