5 Ways To Retain Moisture In Natural Hair

March 25, 2015

There are times when you’re too exhausted to wash your hair to talk more of moisturizing. These are the times you need to incorporate some methods to help retain moisture for a longer period. 1. The LOC/LOCO  (LIQUID-OIL-CREAM or LIQUID-OIL-CREAM-OIL) method. Whichever one you choose, you’re guaranteed to retain moisture for a couple of days. 2. More moisture-intensE deep conditioning. This cannot be overemphasised. It especially helps to retain moisture…

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Product Review: Queen Helene Cholesterol Hair Conditioning Cream

March 24, 2015

I saw this product on the a counter and I knew I was gonna buy it. But before then, I checked the reviews to make sure it was a good product. The reviews weren’t exactly encouraging. There were lots of mixed opinions. Anyways, I took the plunge notwithstanding. What’s the worse that could happen? Full Name: Queen Helene Cholesterol Hair Conditioning Cream. Treats and conditions dry, over-bleached and damaged hair….

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How to get rid of the itchiness caused by hair extensions

March 23, 2015

Image source   Ever wondered what causes your hair to itch when it’s in hair extensions? It’s called Alkaline Lye. Most, if not all synthetic extensions have been coated with an Alkaline lye. This is a chemical distributed onto the strands of the extensions by the manufacturer to make it wear/heat-resistant. The whole essence is to create a product with a high thermal resistance ”that would protect you”. The downside…

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4 Crochet Braiding Tutorials That Should Help

March 22, 2015

Yesterday, I talked about how I installed and maintain my marley twists. Before I did that, I had been visiting YouTube a lot lately mostly because I’d been searching for the perfect crochet braiding tutorial. I can’t really say that I’ve gotten what I want but a few of them have been more than helpful and I thought I should share. For those of you that have been looking for…

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How I maintain my marley twists

March 21, 2015

So I’m back! A few weeks ago, I installed some marley twists – my first protective style for the year. The idea was to install it through crochet braiding and rock for 6 weeks. Problem was, crochet braiding required more extensions which means more full heavy hair – which I’m not a fan of – and I wasn’t having any of that especially with the unbearable heat. Eventually, instead of…

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5 Alternative Products To Try In The New Year

February 16, 2015

Inasmuch as we love our ready-made products, there are times when we need to get out of the box and experiment with other things. Fortunately for us, there are products that are relatively safe for the general health of our hair so it’s important to implement them into our regimen every now and then. 1. Henna. You’re seriously slacking if you haven’t used henna for your hair. Henna is everything…

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How to take care of coloured natural hair

February 15, 2015

I’ve chemically colored my hair twice now with permanent dyes. Even though I didn’t get the result I wanted, the dyes have left significant highlights on my hair. Plus, my henna/hibiscus treatments never fail to redden my hair. Anyway, a lot of naturals still have evasions for color generally. And I’m like why would you deprive yourself of such beauty? Seriously, except your hair is jet black, I don’t see…

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Tunrie’s first washday

February 9, 2015

Hey everyone!! Happy New Year! 🙂 Happy Valentines in advance. So finally I’m able to wash my hair after almost two months… Lool! I had some crochet braids on for a bit and after I took it out, I was just too busy to find time to wash so #dirtyhairdontcare. What I Did Since I usually have a hard time getting rid of grit for the lack of a better…

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My 2015 Natural Hair Regimen {eBunite}

January 20, 2015

Inspired by the series of regimen posts by Doctor Fomsky, I’ve also decided to share my hair regimen – which I’ve tweaked a bit – for the year. Annually – I’ve decided chemically dye my ends in a couple of weeks. More on that subsequently. Quarterly – Protective styling with extensions. Monthly – Henna treatments – Ghee DC. – ACV rinse bi-monthly. Weekly – Deep Condition – Co-wash bi-weekly. –…

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December 2014 Length Check {eBunite}

January 19, 2015

I just clocked one year of my natural hair journey a few weeks ago and it was only right to do a length check. At the beginning of 2014, I decided to retain as much length as I possibly could which led to a #NoCombChallenge. I don’t know where I got the funny idea that combing natural hair prevents growth but somehow I stuck to it all through. But by the…

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