Simple is always best.
March is over and I just don’t know how that happened. One second I’m freezing to death at Hairitage Chronicles, the next I’m planning my April calender. How? But it seems as though it’s something to get used to.
Speaking of, on the 10th of March I went for Hairitage Chronicles 4.0. A natural hair event that is all kinds of fun, from hanging out with amazing naturalistas to stocking up on your favourite natural products, dancing yourself away and just having a good old time. But for some reason that day just went from bad to worse and I was so close to calling it quits. My outfit was ruined, I was super duper late and it rained heavily.
Anyway, with the little excitement i had, I decided to create a simple African inspired hairstyle that I think came out just perfectly.
What do you think? Did it turn out well?
Let me know.
My head has been feeling cold, naked and just empty.
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6th day of the 2nd month and let me just say, January came and went so fast, we can practically say that 2018 is coming to an end. Right?
Most of you have been so eager to see how I straightened my mane and today I am here to deliver. I’ve had my hair straight for a week now and I honestly miss my kinks, coils and curls. My scalp is honestly itching and I’m just so ready to wash my hair, but I need another week or two to play around with a few styles I’ve been wanting to do.
When my hair got this straight, I was so shocked because my hair is very stubborn and in the past, I’ve never been able to go this straight and now I attribute it to great products, good tools and a great technique.
Watch the video here to see my transformation.
Do you plan on straightening your hair?
•Dark n’ Lovely Au Natural Moisture Replenishing Shampoo.
•Dark n’ Lovely Au Naturale Knot Out Conditioner.
•Mosara Kenya Deep Treatment Masque.
•Saru Organics Leave-in Treatment.
•Sheth Naturals Avocado Oil.
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Here we go again, another Kenyan brand review.
I’m loving what is currently happening in the natural hair community. We finally have the opportunity to walk into a beauty store and see Kenyan made brands on the shelves next to international brands giving us more variety, we are practically spoilt for choice.
For today, I’ll be discussing Sheth Naturals.
They’re a Kenyan brand that has been around for 2 years and I must say they have taken the natural hair community by storm.
When I fall in love with products, I also want to fall in love with the brand, and Sheth Naturals are just that.
Sheba Moisturising Shampoo Bar – 100g – Kes 350
Sheba Deep Conditioner – 200 ml – Kes 800
– 500 ml – Kes 1500
Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/shethnaturals/
Online Shop | http://sheth.co.ke/ or https://www.jumia.co.ke/catalog/?q=sh…
Store Location | Moi Avenue, Sasa mall next to Mku towers, Ground floor shop G17
Hope you enjoyed the video. As I said, they’re a one stop shop for all your hair and skin needs.
Give them a try and let me know what you think about them.