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Turn Irish Sea Moss Gel Into A Styler For Natural Hair!
The journey my family and I have been on to better health has been rewarding in so many ways. We are discovering foods and nutrition that help our bodies to heal and thrive. Most recently, we learned that Irish Moss, a natural seaweed, is very beneficial as it contains 92 out of 102 minerals that our […]
LP Share Featured On Team Natural’s Blog!
I am floating right now, LOL! All I can say is that I am beyond excited to be featured on #teamnatural ‘s official blog, IAmTeamNatural.com! If you’ve done the occasional post on social media and threw in that ‘teamnatural’ hashtag from time to time, you’d get somewhat of an idea why I’d be excited about it! […]
How To French Braid Natural Hair
Continuing with my ‘Simple Style Techniques’ series, French Braids are featured on today’s post.If I had to describe this style of braiding, I would say it’s the opposite of ‘corn-rowing’, if you will. After all, when you look at it, French Braids resemble a sort of ‘innie’ flat braiding style while Corn Rows take on […]
How To Cornrow Natural Hair
Cornrowing is one of the most common and useful styling techniques out there. There’s so many things creative styles you can create with cornrows and you can rock one or dozens of them!So up next in my ‘Simple Style Techniques’ series is ‘Cornrows’! You’ll find some of the most basic styling techniques, such as how […]
How To Flat Twist Natural Hair
I think it’s super important for us to be self sufficient in taking care of our hair from all angles. This includes 2 strand twists, braids and so on.We should be able to do the simplest of styling techniques needed to create beautiful hair styles and maintain our tresses. This is the main reason for […]
How To Make Your Own Natural Toothpaste
Returning to my natural roots made me rethink everything I put on my head, in my body, and on my skin. Although it’s not an easy task to go cold turkey and replace years of using store bought products, breaking the transition down into stages definitely helps. Small changes are better than no changes. A […]