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L.O.C. Method and Braidout Success!

April 29, 2013

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As I Am Cleansing Coconut Cowash Review

April 23, 2013

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First Impressions: The Cowash did provide a lot of slip and made it very easy to detangle. The product doesn’t have suds. My hair did feel stripped and I had to follow up with conditioner. The only good thing about this product was that the cowash smelled good, detangled and cleanse my scalp. Would I […]

L.O.C. Method??

April 23, 2013

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L.O.C. In That Moisture! Most transitioners and newly naturals today have a hard time moisturizing their hair and keeping it soft and supple. The L.O.C. Method was made to help you retain moisture and length. It’s the basis for locking in the moisture and helping your hair stay moisturized. You may have heard of the L.O.C. Method before, but […]

Brooklyn Natural Hair Expo – 4/20/2013

April 22, 2013

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This weekend I went to the Brooklyn Natural Hair Expo. Me being a transitioner, it was very inspirational seeing all the different textures and styles everyone was wearing. Here are some goodies I got while I was there. The 2 Curls products were free. I guess those were a replacement for the Swag Bags. I am […]

Mini Sallys Haul!

April 16, 2013

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Yes, I went to Sallys the other day and I got some products. Ahh! Sallys is like hair heaven! I can literally stay there the whole day just looking at new products. So, I got 2 bottles of the Creme of Nature Argan Oil Foaming Wrap Lotion (Alcohol-Free). This will be my only styling product when it comes to […]

What’s Hair Porosity

April 16, 2013

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All About Hair Porosity  Hair porosity is basically how porous your hair strands are and how well your strands can receive moisture. Knowing your hair porosity will help you determine what you need to change in your regimen to receive moisture properly. How can you tell what your hair porosity is? This is totally easy. To test what […]

Mini African Black Soap Haul

April 15, 2013

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Last Saturday, I bought some african black soap as my face wash. I would prefer to have Nubian Heritage’s black soap, but my local beauty supply store didn’t have any. So far, I’ve tried the cocoa butter with vitamin e and it does work pretty well. But, both soaps smell HORRIBLE!