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Every natural hair beauty I know loves to have a hairstyle that looks cute, chic and at the same time easy to do. As much as it may be relaxing to have a hairstylist do your hair, some of us just don’t have the time, coins, or trust to leave our hair in someone else’s hands. If you’re anything like myself, I love it when I see a natural hairstyle tutorial that I can do, successfully!
Team Kinks! I’m all up on yo screen discussing foreheads and ponytails. I always felt due to the size of my head and the width of my forehead low ponytails would be unflattering on me. I have stirred away from it for years. The first time I tried it all I saw was a man with a long ponytail. I pretty much saw my brother. I have strong features and at the time I didn’t know the beauty of these features, I just saw it as a hindrance and something to be covered. So I would always wear hairstyles that covered the true size of my head. I would wear swooped styles that hid the “five fingers” forehead and overall brought less attention.
A DIY Moisturizing Hair Growth Mask on 4c Natural Hair this is part of my Ayurvedic Hair Care Wash day. I started with cleansing my 4c hair with Bentonite and Rhassoul Clay and now its time to deep condition/hair mask. In this mix are ingredients that grow stronger hair, condition, strengthen, moisturize, treat, and improves the overall health of your natural hair. Please modify as needed the main ingredients are the Ayurvedic powders Amla, Brahmi, Neem. If you don’t have all you can use just the Amla or Brahmi.
To learn more about Ayurvedic hair care check out the links below.
This DIY ACV “dry shampoo” is a great product to use to rid the scalp of itchiness, fungus, bacteria, and much more. The main substance in vinegar — acetic acid — can kill harmful bacteria or prevent them from multiplying. In this video, I show you how to make a diy liquid cleanser out of acv and how I use it to refresh my scalp. I also show how I keep my kinky twist looking refresh by retwisting it.
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