If you follow my Instagram stories you already know that I tried to color my hair a few days back. I am bored of my natural hair color at the moment and I have been craving color but I am not ready to commit to anything that requires high maintenance. In my quest for safe… Continue reading Dye Your Hair : Black To Vibrant Red In Minutes
This oil is so cheap and easily accessible,I started using it about five months ago and it’s now my holy grail, I put it in my deep conditioner, my sheamix and even my oil mix.
Leave it! – before you even consider the methods to growing back your edges or the miracle product to use, leave your edges alone!.
Hello dearies …. Today’s post was inspired by a blog reader who asked if I could recommend a DIY leavein conditioner (awhile back 🙈).I did my research and okro leave in seemed to be the most used, so I decided to try it for myself and I will say it’s worth the hype. HOW TO… Continue reading DIY : OKRO LEAVE IN CONDITIONER
My hairniversary was actually in September but, let’s not dwell on that. I just kept putting it off because I am not big on length checks.(growth struggles). I focus on maintaining healthy hair and just try to ignore length checks. I already committed myself to doing a length check so I gave my hair a… Continue reading TWO YEARS NATURAL – LENGTH CHECK x CHIT CHAT.
HeeellOOoooo it’s been a minute! Allow me to blame it on exams. I have been blogging for a year now (wordpress reminded me ) and I am still wondering why I never shared my natural hair story with you all. Anyhoo this post will rectify that. Before I became a “naturalista” (by force) I had… Continue reading My Natural Hair Story.
Hi there, looking for an alternative to your store bought shampoo which strips your hair ? African black soap (dudu osun) is what you need.my hair totally loves black soap and it’s also very affordable. It’s an holy grail for my hair. I talked about the benefits and numerous uses of black soap in this post. Here am just… Continue reading DIY : BLACK SOAP SHAMPOO
African black soap (ABS) popularly known as dudu osun here in Nigeria is locally made in West Africa, typically Ghana. Apparently different tribes and communities have their secret blend of oil and cooking techniques which is the reason why the soap varies in color . The whole process of making the soap is a well… Continue reading AFRICAN BLACK SOAP (ABS)