Hey Friends! Happy New Year and welcome back to another product talk. 🎊🤗 If you know me, you know how much I love testing out new products on my natural hair and of course sharing my experiences with you. Late last year, I had the opportunity of working with EDEN BodyWorks on their Lavender Aloe Campaign on Instagram. It is through this campaign I got … Continue reading Product Talk: EDEN BodyWorks Lavender Aloe Collection
Hey guys! Finallyyyyyyy!! I have entered the temporary hair colour wave! I HAVE ARRIVED. It has been a long time coming but we finally made it. The choice was somewhat difficult to make on what colour I should get so I enlisted the help of my Instagram stories. However, that didn’t stop my excitement and I purchased both of the choices presented. My experiences with … Continue reading Gemini Naturals – Temporary Hair Colour Gel on Type 4 Hair Review
Hey Guys! Do you guys mix products from different lines? I washed my hair a week ago and decided to use majority of the Creme of Nature products I had in my stash. I also realized I’ve never done a review on half of them, so here it is. In this post I’ll also share my Wash Day Routine on type 4 hair. I usually … Continue reading Product Review: Creme of Nature ft Wash Day Routine on Type 4 Hair
Hey Hey Hey! I’m slowly trying to find a balance between my lifestyle, inspiration and hair posts, so bear with me. I’m not trying to turn my blog into a natural hair blog, but it is a part of me. Although I take most of my natural hair content onto Instagram, I still want to go into depth and give a full review on products … Continue reading Hair Diary: Taliah Waajid Curly Curl Cream Review
Hey Friends!! As you know, I have 4C hair and it’s extremely difficult for me to find products which give me hydration and retain moisture. I’ve heard all about the benefits of aloe vera but never actually tried it for myself. As the last straw (since majority of my products have been running out) I decided to source some aloe leaves. Next step was to … Continue reading 3 Impressive Ways to Use Aloe Vera on Natural Hair
I’ve really been delaying this post for quite some time. Truth is, I’ve just been lazy and not in the mood to write. However, I’m forcing myself to get it done because “discipline“. If you’re an OG (original) follower you would have seen that I had a strict schedule of posting on Sundays & Wednesdays. Somehow, that changed and I can barely post once a week. Nonetheless, what’s been up with my hair?
I may have mentioned before how much of a task my hair is to deal with. It’s been even harder to retain moisture especially living in a tropical environment. During the summer I decided to make my load easier by doing a protective style, so I tried out faux locs for the first time. After taking them out I still wasn’t in the mood to deal with my hair so, a week later it was time for another protective style!
For this protective style I decided on Bob Braids. The longer braids usually keep me hot, and it’s difficult to tie up for sleeping/showering. I got this style from Pinterest, but it’s also quite popular on IG from a girl who does faux locs. Originally I wanted to incorporate grey/silver hair in my braids, as well as purple rubber bands on the ends. However, I wasn’t sure how “professional” it would have been in a work setting. I was also scheduled to travel for work the following week. Continue reading “Protective Style + Hair Update”
Having natural hair in this century may just be the most difficult or annoying thing ever, when it’s really supposed to be the opposite. You’d think with all the new age Black Girl Magic and promotion of Blackness that people around you would be more supportive.
Well I can’t throw everyone under the bus, but it’s almost like the majority still has a problem with black girls being natural. Actually, let me rephrase that – there’s a problem with black girls being natural with a hair texture different from loose bouncy curls. Yup, I think that’s it. Whereas my coworker would get praised for having her hair out in all its curly glory, they’d look on me and ask if I don’t like combing my hair.
I don’t think people realize how much their words can affect a person. I don’t think they think at all. You know the saying “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” It’s a lie. No matter how tough you think you are words can affect you somehow.