Transitioning is a process of growing out your natural hair whilst keeping your relaxed ends, this will result in you having to deal with two textures at the same time and that's where it may get tricky.
Hey guys! School will be resuming soon and it's time to plan your hair care regimen for school, hair styles and get supplies if you've run out. Generally, you should be able to follow your normal regimen at home but university can get stressful and you may find it hard to keep up especially if … Continue reading 6 ways to have healthy hair in school
It's back to school season! I am excited that it'll be my last year, I can't wait to graduate but over summer I have picked up health and fitness and I am going to be incorporating that into my school schedule.
Hey guys! Guess what I did about a week ago, week ago, I did 12 tails African threading edition. For the history of 12 tails read my post on low manipulation styles for exam season. I have formerly written a post on the benefits of African threading that you can check out here but only … Continue reading Stretching my hair without heat
Hey guys! One of the hardest things after making a decision to be healthier or to lose weight is to actually stick to that decision and not get tired or give up along the way to the goal and this is something I have faced for the past three years. Every summer I start a … Continue reading Motivation to keep fit (or lose weight)
Hey guys! It's no news that African hair is blessed with a lot of volume and beautiful curls but as it gets down curls become coils and as it goes up it becomes waves. I am interested in the curls and coils so that will restrict me to the hair types 3 and 4. https://youtu.be/Oe-w0iUVqjo … Continue reading What is your hair type?
It took me two days to finish this hairstyle because it was my first time trying to crochet myself and I had watched videos on faux locs but got Havana twists and the process may be similar but it wasn't the same. It took me about 30 minutes to figure out the first one and I ended up watching a new YouTube video which explained it although it took me a while to completely get the hang of it.
The name pretty much explains the challenge. You get to do 200 an crunches a day for a week, some people extended it to a month, I may do that too but for now I'm not certain.
First things first, the products in ECO Styler gel are; water, carbomer, hydrolized wheat protein, PVP, glycerine triethanolamine, sodium hydroxymethylglycinate, polysorbate 20, yellow 5, tetrasodium EDTA, fragrance. Long informative post.
So I've been experimenting with several hair rinses lately; I've done the ACV rinse and now a black tea rinse and soon enough I'll be doing a rice water rinse. So a black tea rinse as the name implies its rinsing your hair with black tea completely saturating it and, leaving it in for a bit then rinsing it off.