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Paradise On Earth – Natural Hair Product Review

Product Review – Paradise On Earth Organic Hair Repair Mask and 100% Organic Hair Growth Oil. I purchased these product online and am completing this review voluntarily. I wet my hair with warm water and sectioned it into three large parts. I divided each one into even smaller sections, applied the mask to every strand of hair, and then put my plastic bonnet on. I chilled for 15 minutes without heat then sat under the dryer for 15 minutes. I rinsed and then co-washed my…

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE CURLS – My Favorite Natural Hair Group

It’s All About the Curls! It’s All About the Curls! It’s All About the Curls! I can’t help but get excited when I think about this invigorating social networking community for naturalistas on Facebook and Instagram. It’s members are jazzy, classy, and sassy. You will find some of everybody there, from the novice transitioner to the most sensational natural hair vloggers/bloggers on the web, including the fabulous Ty Crable, Lawanda Trice, Regal Fro, Staci Watson and many more. The FB group is jammed packed with…

Fighting Like a Curly Girl

Relationships are so important but challenging. I feel society creates unwarranted competitiveness amongst women that causes us to sabotage instead of support one another. That’s why I want to share information about those who have helped and continue to help me along my hair journey. These are women whom I love and respect. They are insatiable, brillant, positive and vibrant. Some will be bloggers and vloggers but others will be Curl Friends from around the way, family, friends and classmates. Game recognizes game so it’s…

I Do It For My Curl Friends

My hair journey started out all about me learning to love myself. It’s evolved into a passion as I was forced to ask experienced naturals what to do. The next thing I knew, people were asking about my routine. I shared my trials and tribulations and they in turn shared their experiences. I realized that I wasn’t the only 35 year old woman who didn’t know how to do her hair. Other sistahs were struggling with pressures to conform to society’s standards of beauty instead…

My hair regimen

It has literally taken five years for me to figure out how to make my curls pop and retain moisture. The hardest part is figuring out what products my hair likes and what it doesn’t. First, I tried to figure out my hair type. I’m a 4b,┬á 4c but what does that mean? It wasn’t helpful. Next I read about the LOC method. Liquid, oil, and creamy usually left me with creamy flakes. My hair doesn’t like to be styled with creams. I can moisturize…