As you guys have already known from my last blog post and many Instagram post, I got married in Jamaica in a very small and intimate ceremony on July 22nd. You also know that I am pregnant and expecting a baby. Yup, a lot is going on. However I have promised that I will come back with pictures and updates, so enjoy!!
So, my life is about to change. But for the better. I don't normally talk about my personal life much on here because I know you all have more interesting lives than I do. Lol! Well I hope. Lol! However when it's something that I am excited about, I try to share it with you guys.
Moisturizing our natural hair is one of the biggest challenges we face as natural hair girls. I am always asked on Facebook and Instagram about what moisturizers do I use in my natural hair, so I think it's only fair that I talk about it here. First I must let it be known that I am a 'cheapie'. So, most of my products do not cost a lot of money.
Here are a list of my Favorite Natural Hair Moisturizers and why I love them so much.
Recently I wrote an article for BlackHairInformation.com on the ignorance of black women and hair. It was based on a twitter post that stated "If you’re broke then you got no choice but to wear your real hair". I just had to share it with you guys. See Story Below: ***This was first posted and seen on http://www.blackhairinformation.com
I guess we Naturalistas are broke as hell for daring to rock our real hair, right?
Suppose I tell you that drinking coffee and green tea can lead to weight loss? Yes girl! But not any ole coffee and tea but Javita Weight Loss Coffee and Green Tea. If you have never heard of Javita then familiarize yourself.
natural hair and keeping it moisturized is a big problem for most of us
naturals. But before we can effectively moisturize our hair and retain that
moisture, we must first understand natural hair porosity and what category your
hair falls in. Most naturals tend to be caught up with hair typing 'am I a 4a,
4b, 4c, etc'; but hair typing is the last thing you should be worried about.
Find out what is your natural hair's porosity level.