How I achieved this style: 8 flat twists total four in the front and four in the back let it completely dry and carefully takedown with oil except for the two twists in the middle. slick down those edges and put front half of hair in a high ponytail take a selfie!
Today was my first time washing my hair since I've gotten it dyed. Its been almost two weeks since it was washed. My hair is used to getting washed every week so this was a stretch for us. The stylist told me that somehow color makes hair soft and a little more manageable and she... Continue Reading →
Yesterday it was below 30 °F where I live and I almost froze to death ( mild exaggeration). It is time to share time hair tips for those of us who will be getting below 30°F weather this season. Wash hair less if you're a weekly washer like me, we gotta push it back to... Continue Reading →
As you can tell by the title of this post, I am extremely excited about my new discovery. I bought a heated gel cap from Amazon not too long ago and we have an amazing relationship lol. I absolutely love it! my wash day routine no longer takes an entire day, it takes about an hour or so (I'm... Continue Reading →
Happy Sunday ! I just bought more bentonite clay and I thought it was only right to make a video on how I use it on my hair. I made this video late Saturday night. I probably didn't finish doing my hair until 2 am.then I struggled to get up and ready for church in the morning ( I... Continue Reading →
Knowing your hair porosity level is kind of a big deal. Hair porosity gives you an idea how to apply and keep moisture in your hair. I'm just going to tell you the basics because there are thousands of YouTube videos and blogs about this topic. I really didn't wanna write it, but there may... Continue Reading →
DRINK WATER the health of our hair is connected to what we eat and drink HAIR VITAMINS Adds nutrients to hair Biotin helps prevent dryness, hair loss, brittle hair, and split ends Vitamin E and Vitamin B3 Promotes Hair Growth helps the blood circulate which increases oxygen intake and produces new hair TRIM ENDS REGULARLY... Continue Reading →
trimming my own ends trying to transition on my own. It was a pain. I didn't know what I was doing and I barely knew how to take care of my relaxed hair. Adding a second texture made it very overwhelming. My hair became matted and difficult to detangle so I hooked up with a... Continue Reading →