You see eveyone catching a cold, sneezing and missing work and you know winter has officially started. I felt that winter was here the moment my hair started feeling drier than usual and I have been doing my treatments. That was the time I realized I had to take extra care of my hair starting that moment. The cold dry air does not help maintain … Continue reading It’s Winter! Protect Your Hair With Cute Styles
Sometime ago I spoke about what a leave-in conditioner is and the beauty of using one in your finalizing routine. If you have not read it yet, check it out here. I gave you some examples of leave-ins that I had used before and that I liked. But I have recently stumbled upon a great discovery. Aunt Jackie’s Moisture Intense Leave-In Conditioner I mean, just … Continue reading Product Review: Leave-In Aunt Jackie’s
Hello Beauties! Can you feel the summer knocking at our door? Actually it’s mostly summer in Mozambique and even in winter, we always have that one hot day during the week, so why not learn how to best deal with your natural hair when in summer. I can’t believe it has taken me so long to talk about this! We all know that summer involves … Continue reading Summer Hair Care Tips & Routine
Hello gorgeous! From the look you are giving your screen right now… I’m guessing you’re thinking, “water temperature matters when it comes to washing my hair?!” It actually does! Let’s look at the reasons why. Hot Water Causes frizz Removes product build up, dirt and even the necessary oil your hair produces naturally Your hair colour fades faster Makes hair dry and brittle Cold Water … Continue reading Hot or Cold Water to Wash My Hair?
Yes, yes… You are reading it right. Sodium Bicarbonate on your hair. If you are wondering, I highly doubt it will react in the same way it reacts with food. But let’s just look at what it does, or what the benefits are. Sodium Bicarbonate as Shampoo Sodium bicarbonate has properties that will improve the quality of your hair. It can rid your hair of … Continue reading Sodium Bicarbonate for your Wash Routine. Yes or No?
Beautiful people! Feeling energized for this ongoing week? Yes? Then why not try one of these super approved hair masks that can be done at home after work? If you notice, I have shared all masks with you guys already, you can see by clicking on the names of the masks. You will get redirected to the actual post done by myself on earlier occasions. … Continue reading My Top 5 Homemade Hair Masks
Honestly speaking, until a few minutes ago, I thought this product was American. But after a few seconds research I found out that it's handmade and from South Africa. How amazing is that! It's great to know how we are slowly taking into account how important our natural side is. If you are interested in reading and learning a bit more about what Suki Suki … Continue reading Suki Suki Naturals Intense Mango Butter: Product Review
It’s been a while since I’ve last spoken or given any homemade masks. To tell the truth, my hair has been receiving even less treatment. Work, travels and just a busy schedule has had me working with very little, mostly 3 to 5 minutes masks. And I’m not a big fan of them. To top it all off, with my recently dyed hair, this lack of … Continue reading Hydrating Mask: Dyed Hair
Okay sure, Faira. You have washed, treated and conditioned. Now what? All you need to do now is to finalize it. Finalize is a term used by curly haired maiddens, for the process where you apply the leave in, or hair cream or butter, or gel. Basically whatever product you use to activate your curls, leaving them with a luxurious look. It’s normal to … Continue reading How I Finalize my Hair: My Hair Routine
On one of my older posts I spoke about moisture, moisturising, hydrating and why it is important and I gave you a few recipes. Moisturising is one of the three important most important hair routine treatments needed to maintain that good hair. Today I will introduce you to the second most important treatment. Nourishment. Personally, my hair loves hydrating and nourishing masks. It makes it … Continue reading Hair Routine: Nourishing