naturallyrelaxed3:

Great natural tips for healthy hair!

(Source: reality-mine)

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sassmaster-arjay:

undeadcosmicunicorn:

Impulse - $6.99

Buy me all of them

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youngblackandvegan:

walkingthenarrowway:

blackandinlove:

deeperthanyouu:

When I chopped all my hair off to go natural, my self esteem immediately dropped..My boyfriend was there to comfort me and let me know I was still beautiful and he loved me despite my looks..He decided to grow his hair out with me& this has made it so fun for me..it has become a competition LOL. now were both obsessed with our hair..oops! the I use term is “we went natural together” :)

So cute! Follow here for more beautiful black love!

this makes me soooo sooooooooo happy.

black love is a beautiful thing

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yarrahs-life:

Sassy Flower Afro…

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badbilliejean:

nappynisha:

Monday was one of the best days that I’ve had in a while.

Fro Envy.

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sheworkshard4thepretty:

No skin care regimen, natural or otherwise, is complete without a deep cleansing mask. In keeping with natural yet effective, I love Indian Healing Clay by Aztec Secret, available from the Vitamin Shoppe (aka my new Sephora).

You can feel this working as it dries—gently pulsating your skin clean! It’s also super easy to make! Mix 1part clay with 1 part water OR apple cider vinegar (guess which one I use…), mix well and apply to desired area (it’s also a great body mask!!)

For my face I use about 1 tablespoon of clay with 1 tbsp of raw, organic apple cider vinegar for added astringent benefit.

Happy deep cleansing & facial pulsing loves! Stay pretty today & do something good for you!!
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albeeats:

Banana spinach and banana carrot turmeric smoothies plus a big salad with lots of lettuce, asparagus, avocado, red onion, cucumber, turmeric hummus and smoked paprika

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Since I have hair damage from wearing my hair out all winter I’ll be working on getting to healthy again for this Spring/Summer

  1. I’ll be wearing more protective styles.
  2. Trimming my ends more often.
  3. Using a green tea spritz and castor oil on my edges (I’ll post details later). 
  4. More deep conditioning
  5. Less hair gel and brushing

I’ll be updating and posting pictures of my progress and hopefully I’ll get rid of my single strand knots!

nnekbone:

Wakeema Hollis

Love her!

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Just a reminder

africanaquarian:

If you ever wanna switch up your foundation or just try a different one but you’re not sure what color/ shade you are in another brand you can use findation to help match you up.

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Pre-poo is something that you put in your hair before shampooing to avoid your hair drying out from shampoo. It makes your hair softer and easier to detangle. Almost like a deep conditioner before washing your hair. 

Pre-poo is something that you put in your hair before shampooing to avoid your hair drying out from shampoo. It makes your hair softer and easier to detangle. Almost like a deep conditioner before washing your hair. 

I’ve really neglected my hair all winter…. I need to get on this asap 

I’m about to do a much needed pre-poo on my hair

I’m using a mixture of 

1. Extra Virgin Olive Oil

2. Egg

3. Honey

4. Conditioner