“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”

Sulphate free Shampoos and Conditioners

References The Science of Black Hair by Audrey Davis-Sivasothy: facebook page link: https://www.facebook.com/BlackHair101?fref=ts Good Hair by curlyNikki, founder of curlynikki.com,  facebook page link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CurlyNikki/108331909228631?fref=ts Sulfate-Free Shampoos A Abba Pure Gentle Shampoo Abba Pure Moisture Shampoo Abba Pure Basic Shampoo Abba Pure Color Protect Abba Pure Curl Shampoo AG Hair Cosmetics Colour Savour Sulfate-free Shampoo AG … Continue reading Sulphate free Shampoos and Conditioners

“Self-love”

4 Love is patient; love is kind; love is not envious or boastful or arrogant 5 or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; 6 it does not rejoice in wrongdoing, but rejoices in the truth. 7 It bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, … Continue reading “Self-love”

*PRODUCT REVIEW* As I am coconut cowash cleansing conditioner

    I love washing my hair. The problem is that my hair doesn't like being washed with shampoo, whether it is a clarifying shampoo, sulphate free, or even if it is diluted. For the past several months I have been adopting a conditioner-only wash journey, better know as the “curly girl method”. I went … Continue reading *PRODUCT REVIEW* As I am coconut cowash cleansing conditioner

“loose curls on flat ironed hair”

Flat ironed hair can sometimes be a little flat, pun intended, and if your likes are similar to mine, you also enjoy seeing your hair in its curly state. Not to worry, you can still enjoy your curls even if your natural hair is in the flat ironed state. This post will explain in a … Continue reading “loose curls on flat ironed hair”

2012 Recap: —–> Look out 2013

2012 was a great year for me and my hair, I gained a lot of knowledge, applied the skills and as a result I saw the progress in my life and the growth of my hair. I have a lot to be thankful for and I count my blessings daily. 2012 was also the year … Continue reading 2012 Recap: —–> Look out 2013

Tips for transitioners (part 2)

Tip # 6 Protective styling Protective styles are my favourite styles to wear and are the best way to wear your hair in order to deal with the two textures of hair. These styles vary from buns, updos, 2 & 3 strand twists, cornrows (rope), braids, weaves, wigs, flat twists etc. It is important to … Continue reading Tips for transitioners (part 2)

Tips for transitioners (part 1)

You don’t have to cut your hair to become natural. It is possible to go completely natural without cutting all of your relaxed or texturized hair. You don’t have to do the big chop (bc) as others have done. Many persons transition for various reasons, for instance, they are not ready to part with their … Continue reading Tips for transitioners (part 1)

I’M A FINALIST in the Alicia James “I am beautiful contest” (CLOSED)

I am one of the top ten finalists in the Alicia James "I am beautiful" contest. Please show your support by going to video shown below on youtube and type my youtube name "antiguabarbudagirl" in the comment section so that I can be one of the top 3 finalist. You can vote everyday until the … Continue reading I’M A FINALIST in the Alicia James “I am beautiful contest” (CLOSED)