DIY Recipes for PrePoo

In case you didn’t know ‘prepoo’ (short for pre shampoo), is very beneficial for the hair. It doesn’t matter if your hair is natural (unpermed/unrelaxed), relaxed/chemically processed or colored/bleached. It’ll do your hair a lot of good!! Wondering what exactly this is? It is the process of applying conditioning treatments such as conditioners, humectants and/or oils on hair prior to washing (either shampoo or cowash). It … Continue reading DIY Recipes for PrePoo

Guest Post: Hair & Fashion Fusion Feat. The Madere Sisters

Hey guys…

We thought to give you a treat…a few tips & inspiration to making your natural hair fun, fabulous and fashionable from our Guests on the blog, two fun loving, fashionable, beautiful sisters (who b.t.w would make you wish you had a sister, if you don’t #noJokes) whose personal styles you’ll love! *Drum rolls please*- Thaina & Patrice Madere of thoseSDSgirls.com who reside in Southern California!! (similar weather to places like Nigeria, just incase you’re wondering) You should seriously check them out! You can follow them on Instagram too: @thainamadere @patrice.madere… 

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How Going Natural Saved My Hair:I almost went Bald ~Mareh

Have you heard the different stories why people go natural? Would you go natural if your relaxed hair were falling off? or are experiencing too much breakage and thinning? or if your hair isn’t growing at all?

We caught up with a client/friend of KnotteeByNature who had a very interesting story she wished to share… We hope you learn a thing or two from this…mine is ‘be open to learning new stuff and never give up in what we think is the worst case scenario- after all wherelse is there to go when you’re at the bottom, but upwards!!’. Continue reading “How Going Natural Saved My Hair:I almost went Bald ~Mareh”

Me, My Girlfriend & Her Hair (Prologue)

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Orim: The subject of “natural-haired-black” women (henceforth referred to as NHB women) is one filled with opinions. A Facebook page, a reddit page, an “Ask Men” magazine entry and several blogs have offered this subject to the public to contend and wrestle with. As a black man, I’m sure I’m not the only member of my sex and race who has considered this issue. Continue reading “Me, My Girlfriend & Her Hair (Prologue)”