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HOW TO USE OUR FRESH HOMEMADE FLAXSEED HAIR GEL | 3 EASY STEPS!

HOW TO USE OUR FRESH HOMEMADE FLAXSEED HAIR GEL | 3 EASY STEPS!

What is Flaxseed Gel? Most DIY-ers know and have used flaxseed gel recipes to make the thick slimy gel at home only to find that it’s time consuming boiling and separating the seed from the gel, and it yield only lasts for a week at best!  Flaxseed hair gel users know its worth it because of the frizz taming hair revitalizing curl defining properties of pure flaxseed gel some are listed here

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Blog Post: Spring Tips for Cute Natural Hair Styles and Maintenance

Blog Post: Spring Tips for Cute Natural Hair Styles and Maintenance

Regardless what the weather says, Spring 2018 is here and that means it time to prep for social events and special occasions. So, get yourself picture ready with a cute natural hairstyle you can achieve with some natural hair maintenance tips for beginners (and pros, regardless if your type 3, 4, c or b! Let’s get started to make your hair shine at your next big event!

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Blog Post: Hair Conditioning Tips

Blog Post: Hair Conditioning Tips

Recently I was in the tea aisle chatting with another shopper,  Janae (not her real name), an attractive 30-something ebony sister. While talking about our favorite flavors and brands she kept looking at my natural hair which I was wearing in long twists.  As I was thinking what’s this all about, she said, “I just have to tell you your hair looks so beautiful.” (Well that was a relief, lol). That’s when I really noticed that Janae had a lot going on with her hair...one side was a close-cut fade and the rest was very thin, weak-looking with uneven shoulder...

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Blog Post: Did We Forget How To Oil Our Scalps?

Blog Post: Did We Forget How To Oil Our Scalps?

Ladies, do you remember as a child that greasing your scalp was an important part of your weekly hair regimen? Our mothers, aunties and sisters passed down this generational practice and tips for our hair care which can be traced back to our African roots. The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same Today many of us do not adhere to this practice because we have been told that it does more harm than good. This may have been the truth some years ago when heavy animal based fats and mass produced petroleum was used as an at...

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