Wow, I haven’t done a conditioner review so long (seriously, my last one was in June). Today I will be reviewing one of two Suave conditioners I recently purchased: the Aloe and Waterlily Conditioner. The review for the other conditioner will be up in the next few weeks. (more…)
Another reason I get excited about the end of the year is because I have a few hair related anniversaries coming up. The anniversary of my big chop is November 5th (I will be three years natural this year :D) and December 1st marks one year since I began blogging 🙂 But today actually marks the four year anniversary of when I began my transition or, more accurately, the day of my last relaxer. I’ve never really discussed my transition in depth before, so I felt today would be the perfect opportunity to do so.
Olive oil may be one of the most popular oils in the hair and beauty communities, but it is one I always avoided during my healthy hair journey. It was one of the first oils I tried due to it’s availability at nearly every supermarket and massive popularity. (more…)
Since I started using my sulfur oil mix again, I thought that I should share my recipe. I usually don’t use topical growth aides because I like to keep my regimen as simple as possible. But after seeing NJoy from LHCF get amazing growth from using sulfur, I knew I had to try it (seriously Google her…her growth in one year was nothing short of amazing)
After finishing my previous sugar scrub, I knew I had to make another one. These scrubs are so cheap, easy to make and use items most people already have on hand. I also love the fact that I can control what goes into the scrub and use all natural ingredients; I really cannot see myself buying a sugar scrub again. When deciding on my next scrub, I knew I wanted something with fresh ingredients for their nutrients and that was season appropriate. With October here, pumpkin flavored anything is everywhere so I just knew that I had to incorporate pumpkin somehow and this scrub was born.