My favourite 2016 products

My favourite products for 2016 It has been three years since I’ve done a favourite products post. Although a lot of time has passed and I have tried a few products (not many) here and there, I still go back to my faithful few. As my hair grows, I have less and less time and  … Continue reading My favourite 2016 products

Natural Hair Blog Feature – Ms. Saran King

I am featured on Islandkynks!

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!!!WELCOME TO ISLANDKYNKS BLOG FEAUTURE!!!

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Ms. King is our following guest and she is such a dear.

With her doll face, amazing hair and gorgeous smile, she is a true beauty and hard worker!

Here is herNatural Hair Story,enjoy my ladies: 

1) Please introduce your amazing self.

A:  My name is Saran P King. I am a physician by profession and passionate about living a healthy lifestyle. I am also totally in love and obsessed with my natural hair.

2) Did you Transition, Big Chop, Both or Natural from Birth?

A: The first time I transitioned my hair it was because it came out bone straight which I didn’t like very much and the second time because of severe breakage.

3) How long have you been natural?

A: I have been natural all my childhood days and most of my adult life. While in university I wanted a change of…

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The secrets that are not secrets after all

  How to retain moisture and length in natural hair by Saran P King Clean hair and scalp: The first step to retaining moisture and ultimately retaining length, [if that is your goal], is to work with a clean canvas. The scalp and length of the strands must be kept clean in order to give … Continue reading The secrets that are not secrets after all

Ms. Saran – Feature Story on Maicurls

I am featured on Maicurls!

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Hey Maicurlies,

It has been a little while since I’ve been privileged to feature a beautiful natural head on my blog so without further-ado I would like to introduce you to the gorgeous natural-head Ms. Saran, owner of AntiguaBarbudaGirl.

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Saran is an “Old timer” Natural who has been natural for pretty much all her life (the things we can learn from her!) She was kind enough to share her story and experiences with me and I am honored to share them with you. (Thank you for sharing Saran !) 

You can read all about Saran ‘s journey over here

Also, if you happen to be on the hunt for hair tutorials, hair care tips, poetry, healthy living ideas and motivation then you will want to visit AntiguaBarbudaGir! The blog is easy to follow with some great information and inspiration. 

Once again Thank You Saran for sharing your story with…

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Blog Feature AntiguaBarbudaGirl

I’m featured on Natural489

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How long have you been natural?
I have been natural most of my life except for 2 separate occations in university when I texturized it, just to have a change

What texture is your hair? : 4B

How did you transition?
I long termed transition for a year the two times I texturized my hair. I washed and got my hair corn rowed once a week, while slowly cutting off the processed ends.

When/Why did you decide to go natural?
Since I was used to having my natural hair, I decided to transition back, while in university

Is being natural what you expected?
What stage are you at in your natural hair journey? : Well, I knew exactly what to expect because I was used to having and caring for my natural hair. I am back to mid back stage after transitioning for 3 years from a permanent…

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*GIVEAWAY* hosted by the NHBDirectory* closed *

  The Natural Hair Blog Directory has officially been up and running for 6 months, and they are almost half way to their 500 blogger/vlogger goal! So what is the Natural Hair Blog Directory (NHBD) all about? –It is a media for persons to get exposure! To get blogs/vlogs out there to the world via the website and all … Continue reading *GIVEAWAY* hosted by the NHBDirectory* closed *

The BIG hair secrets?

How to retain moisture and retain length with natural hair   Clean hair and scalp: The first step to retaining moisture and ultimately retaining length, [if that is your goal], is to work with a clean canvas. The scalp and length of the strands must be kept clean in order to give it a better chance … Continue reading The BIG hair secrets?

*PRODUCT REVIEW* Aunt Jackie’s curls and coils

  Since being on my no shampoo hair journey a few years now, I am constantly searching for a good cleanser. But even better than a good cleanser for my delicate strands is an amazing deep conditioner to replenish that well needed moisture. Well they are usually both very hard to find but I have … Continue reading *PRODUCT REVIEW* Aunt Jackie’s curls and coils

“Divided by strands”

Divided by Strands by Saran P King   Martin Luther King Jr. said in his “I have a dream speech on the 28th August 1963, “All men are created equal.” Before that time even until now, people have been quick to point out the differences in each other that further divide them rather than to … Continue reading “Divided by strands”