Hello! So I often get asked by hair dressers why I don’t come to ‘steam at the salon’, I just laugh because it’s not that I’m trying to be frugal but I can actually do it myself at home, so why visit the salon. Especially when I have the time to. The only difference is […]
Remember I said I had been busy all month but I mentioned that it would soon end……well, it has!
I’ve been working on my other baby @NaijaNaturals, A hair community for Nigerian naturalistas. I had to plan an event for it and that was taking most of my time, the event was a great success! thank God. I would do a post all about it subsequently (Sneak peak HERE).
Anyway, here are a few Items I got from the event. Most of which I was gifted by the vendors/sponsors that came to exhibit. The only Items I paid for were the lip balm and scrub from AJALI NATURALS. I really haven’t used any item enough to review them, but I will at a later time!
Hope you’re doing great?
2. DARK & LOVELY SCALP SOOTHER ( Courtesy TW magazine)
7. O’NATURALS PEPPERMINT SHEA BUTTER (Courtesy Omozo of O’naturals)
9. SATIN/ANKARA CAP (Courtesy Funmi of Elizabeth Cress)
11. BUTTERFLY CLAMPS (Courtesy Fashion strings)
And that’s all! The other items I got were souvernirs……
Have an awesome week ahead!
Let me know if you attended (Shout out to the lovely Yomi Awe, an avid blog reader I met on saturday, lots of love) OR you’ve used any of these products before.
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More posts coming up! I’ve missed you all ^.^
For all you lovely ladies wanting thicker edges like I am( lol) there is a new challenge on the block! I’ve tried this before in the past but I’m not sure I followed through, plus I guess I wasn’t applying it properly. Anyway, Naijanaturals is kicking off a 90day challenge tomorrow 20th september for us all and the rules are simple!
Duration: 3 months
Frequency: 3 times a week (varies on hair needs)
Product: Castor Oil + carrier oil (Check HERE for vendors in Nigeria)
Before starting the challenge, please ensure you’re NOT reacting to Castor oil by testing it on a small part of your scalp, if you experience flaking or itching, you can replace it with peppermint oil or thin out the castor oil with coconut oil or other carrier oils.