I like to hear my client’s stories about why they decided to go natural. I’ve heard everything from horror stories with severe hair loss to those just experimenting because they see the growth other’s have experienced.
Why did you go natural?
Hoping for longer hair? Do you need to eliminate your dry scalp? See how long you could grow your hair? Because you must choose between a relaxer and color? Why did you go natural?
More than likely you were moved to go natural for one or many reasons.
Tasty, easy prep one pot meal have this busy mompreneur's name all over them, especially during Fall. Nighttime comes fast this time of year and the last thing I want is to spend the last few precious moments of the day in the kitchen. It usually takes me some time to adjust when the time changes. The first couple of weeks leave me exhausted by the end of the day.
Planning quick and easy one pot meals helps me get a healthy dinner on the table fast with a little time left over to play. This recipe is one of my favorites because of it’s rich flavors and it includes two of my favorite’s chickpeas and sweet potatoes. Yum! Keeping Reading for this tasty recipe.
What is steaming?
Steaming natural hair is a method of deep conditioning that improves the health of your hair and scalp, creates more defined curls, detangles, and restores balance. All these benefits prevent your hair from becoming a ball of frizz at the thought of moisture in the air. To prepare your hair for steaming as a pre-poo, massage your favorite oil(s) into your scalp and sit under the steamer for 20 - 30 minutes.
Wash day is a big deal when you have natural hair. I find myself mentally preparing days before I even get started. The biggest question for me is "when will I have the time and the energy to detangled, shampoo, condition, detangle again and style my natural hair at the same time. Well, rarely do they all happen at once. In my natural hair regimen, each event has it's own special day.
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