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October 21, 2014

Maximizing Your Protective Style - Natural Hair Care

 by Toia B of LuvToBNatural

As we get deeper into autumn, many of you may start thinking about putting your hair away in a long-term protective style like box braids, Havana Twists or possibly a crochet weave (aka crochet braids). Here are a few things things to keep in mind to get the most out of those styles and maintain the health of your hair. But first…

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October 21, 2014

Easy Faux Bun for Short Natural Hair

by Amanda

Having a TWA does not mean your styles have to be limited to a twist out or a wash and go. Get creative! Leah is eight months natural and is ready for a change. A lot of women who big chop anticipate the day they can achieve a effortless ponytail, but until you can do so with ease, here is a great tutorial. This low bun style is great for all occasions and is perfect for something quick when you are on a time crunch.
Products and Tools
  • EcoStyler Gel 
  • 2 ponytail holders
  • Comb or Denman brush 
  • Spray bottle (water) 
  • Rat tail comb 
  • Satin scarf
  • Marley hair
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October 20, 2014

Smile to Reduce Stress #LifeHack

Real smiles with Britt #CrackingUp


What's your face doing?

Is your jaw clenched? Are you frowning? Maybe you're like me and keep one of these--

#RestingB*tchFace #HeyVivienBoo

October 20, 2014

Braid so Hard

The situation: 

1. Coconut oil (Nutiva brand-- cold pressed) pre-poo'ed for 30 minutes
2. Cleansed with Trader Joe's Nourish Spa 'poo 
3. Conditioned with Trader Joe's Nourish Spa Conditioner (I let it marinate for 5 minutes before finger detangling)
4. Detangled like a boss 'cause her hair was already mostly detangled (I french braid it every night)
5. Applied Giovanni Direct Leave-In + a little coconut oil and installed a gazillion curlformers 
6. Allowed to airdry for 5 hours

At some point before take-down, she came to me and said, 'Mommy, I want Elsa hair'.  

And LAWD if I didn't immediately go into your-hair-is-actually-way-doper-it's-the-ultimate-princess-hair #FixIt mode...  

But homegirl was simply requesting a french braid or two, and that, I can do. #StillDidntGetHerThatElsaCostumeTho

October 20, 2014

DIY- Whipped Butter Cream for Softer Skin and Hair

Tina Munzu writes:

Fall is here which means cold, dry, harsh weather. Such weather can take a toll on both our hair and skin. A perfect remedy is whipping up one's own inexpensive body and hair butter to fight off any dryness and to seal in moisture. Convert the mix into a hair butter by simply increasing the amount of shea butter and cutting back on the coconut oil. Check out this tutorial below for an easy DIY butter that will leave your skin smooth, soft and radiant this fall.

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