Key word: Antioxidants
‘A’ is for Apple, Almonds, Avocado, Arugula, Asparagus and Apricots.
Who loves food? I’m a foodie so I’m excited about this series starting now! Brace yourselves my darlings, each week we’ll learn a thing or two about foods we can add to our diet or look out for healthy hair and growth, from A-Z! Excited?
According to Cambridge dictionary, ‘an antioxidant is a substance that slows down the rate at which something decays because of oxidization’.
The human body naturally produces free radicals that cause damage in our bodies Continue reading “‘A’ Foods for Healthy Hair”
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
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…
Continue reading “Guest Post: Hair & Fashion Fusion Feat. The Madere Sisters”
There is absolutely no right or wrong way to go natural, well of course as long as your hair is relaxer free. Some people prefer the Big Chop method(the process where they cut all or most of their hair to start afresh); Others prefer the Transitioning method (process where the stop the use of relaxers and let the new hair grow out alongside the relaxed part, trimming the ends as they grow till all the relaxed part is finally cut off).
In the Transitioning method two different textures are being dealt with and I believe is a little more difficult to maintain at first than the Big Chop method. Here are few things you’ll need to know before choosing the Transitioning method. Continue reading “A Transitioners’ Guide To Becoming Natural”
Hello again! The past week was very long but fruitful and the giveaway also came to an end..Phhhewww!! Thanks to those who participated, there is more to come!
Moving on…. Most people (in the category of permed hair or about to go natural) often wonder why they have to change their hair products once they make the decision to stay off the Lye… I had a friend tell me she doesn’t get why, well for the most part, it’s what in the bottle that’s the difference! Over the years I developed the habit of reading labels each time I picked up a product.(I read a couple of times that the first 5-7 ingredients listed are usually the main contents, I guess that’s true)I found out that some of them contained some ingredients which I react to & I usually encourage people to do so aswell, you just might never know! Continue reading “Read The Label: What & Why It Shouldn’t Be In Your Natural Hair Product (Pt.1)”
Apart from the traditional method of stretching hair-using heat, there are other ways to stretch natural hair…That’s what we’ll be looking at today…..Take a look! Continue reading “How To Stretch Natural Hair”
Yay!! the Nigerian Independence day’s near!! whoop whoop!! Remember to check the Post on October 1st for the Giveaway procedure…. Now back to the Post for today….
A brief list of the basic tools you’ll be needing as a natural ‘haired’ human (*chuckles*)…not that this is the whole list, it’s what we call
essential ‘must haves’ and the good part is they are cheap and can be found in beauty supply stores near you!!
Continue reading “10 Essential Tools 4 Natural Hair”