I always get asked how I stretch natural hair without heat so I started a series on my YouTube Channel to show you all the different ways I do so. I plan on making my Keep Reading
Twist Out Secret on 4c Natural Hair Hi lovelies! I made a Youtube Video sharing my secret to how I always achieve a defined, stretched and flawless twist out every time. The video was filmed Keep Reading
Product Review: Shea Butter Cottage Cioccolatina Bamboo Hair Milk In my first post this year (Happy New Year), I made an announcement that I would like to try more African hair brands and your response Keep Reading
One of my lovely readers suggested I write more DIY posts and I totally agree with the idea. Not everyone always has that extra cash for natural hair products so it’s certainly okay to whip Keep Reading
White Box Braids Three days before I installed my Impression Super Braid in White, I prepped my hair by; Shampooing with Phytolisse Perfect Smoothing Shampoo, Deep conditioned only my ends with Phytolisse Express Smoothing Masque and Keep Reading
Its harmattan season here in Nigeria and I live in the north so that means lots of dust and cool dry wind. This weather causes my hair and scalp to be very dry and the Keep Reading
My little brother thought they were cute and said they looked like ‘whipped cream’. haha. Hi, lovelies! How has your week been so far? Great, I hope. Earlier this week, I was working on a Keep Reading
Firstly, I would like to give you a high five and tell you that, you made the right decision and natural hair is not impossible to maintain.
I use various methods to stretch my hair, but my top three are braids, buns, and African threading. Each of them gives my hair different length and volume results so I choose either depending on the look I’m going for.
To celebrate my birthday last week, I decided to do a blow out on my hair using the tension method. The tension method is basically elongating damp hair with your hands and using a blow Keep Reading