Hi guys! Last week I received a gift hamper from a well known South African brand, Dark and Lovely. It might interest you to know that Dark and Lovely products (Relaxer, Shampoo, conditioner, etc) were a staple back in the days when I still had relaxed hair. So imagine my surprise when I discovered that […]Read More Dark and Lovely Au Naturale – My Honest Review
If you missed the last post, read it here I’m still yet to meet anyone (male or female) who does not love a tapered hair cut but as a natural sista, I prefer my hair tapered for the following reasons: Saves Time & Energy: there is no denying that styling a head full of kinky hair […]Read More 3 Reasons Why I Prefer Tapered Hair
The word ‘taper’ means a gradual diminution in the thickness of an elongated object so that the ends of the object are thinner or narrower than the top. Exactly one week after I scissored my hair, I made for the barbershop to get a more stylish cut. I know say my shakara don too much […]Read More How A Taper Cut Can Up Your Natural Hair Game
Hey lovely! How are you today? If you regularly visit social media sites, you’ld have come across loads of cute natural hairstyles and most times, you just don’t know which ones to wear or not wear. In the past, I’ve had to go an entire week with my hair in a puff just because I […]Read More 3Ps for Choosing a Natural Hairstyle
Hey cupcake! Welcome to the first episode of our natural hair series. The question today is “Why did you go natural?” You see, back in college, I studied veterinary medicine for about a year before making a transit to electronic engineering. As adventurous as I’ld like to think I am, I can be a tad […]Read More Is “Going Natural” A Trend Or A Revolution?
Hello there! How goes it? If your hair has grown past the TWA stage, it most likely should be in its awkward stage now. Just as the name implies, the awkward stage is that stage where you constantly wish your hair didn’t exist at all simply because it has graduated from a patterned array of […]Read More 4 Steps To Deal With Tangles
Hello beautiful! Can we meet you? I’m Onyinyechi Alexandra Maduagwu, a Biochemistry finalist cum dancer in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. When did you discover how much you loved to dance? That was in junior secondary school. Prior to that time, I couldn’t dance to save my life *chuckles* What does dance mean to […]Read More A Chat with The Biochemical Dancer.