Hey Queens! 👋🏽
I got nominated KurlyCurls for the Blogger’s Recognition Award. How wonderful of her to think of me when she was nominated for this blog. I’m elated my darling. 😀 I love awards.
How are y’all doing? I want to firstly thank you for the continuous support. I’m just in my eighth month of blogging but it already feels like a year because of the way time is moving so fast. Thank you again and look out for more interesting posts.
I remember mentioning that I was taking store bought acne products out of my skin regimen but guess what? 😱 My best friend’s persuasion on how good this product was being that her aunt, a pharmacist recommended it to her when she was going through some terrible breakouts on her face, as well as, my intentions of supporting my country, Jamaica bid me to buy this product.
This product here contains four products, hence it being an acne treatment system. It is dermatologist formulated, suitable for all skin types and is a product of Jamaica. You go my people. I’m so proud of you. 🙂
I’m here with another product review – another deep conditioner. I’ve been wanting to try this product since it was launched by ORS. You guys might be aware of the three new conditioning cocktails they offer. They include the Shealicious Moisture Lock, Shealicious Scalp Relief and Shealicious Shine Booster. Each cocktail comes with the aforementioned natural oils on the side that you mix with a shea butter conditioner on the other side. The Shealicious Moisture Lock uses tamanu and black current oils, the Shealicious Scalp Relief uses avocado and rosemary oils and the Shealicious Shine Booster uses alma and argan oils. I bought the Shealicious Moisture Lock.
I was fascinated by this because it has a very cute packaging that gives you the feel of making your own little cocktail. I’m a DIY girl, so just imagine own excited I was about making this.
I know you guys are used to me doing the Twist n’ Curl method (here and here) where I twist the hair then roll 3-5 twists onto a perm rod but this time I did the other method. I realize that the initial method I usually use takes a longer time to dry.
In addition to that, I used the wonderful Shea Moisture Coconut and Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie and Curling Gel Soufflè to achieve this style.
I’m so excited about dressing my pear shaped body. I went ahead to research the wardrobe essentials for a pear shaped body. Are you pear shaped ladies ready? Let’s go …. 🍐👉🏽
With a pear figure, one of your best assets is your slim midriff, which many women envy you for. Make sure to show off your killer waist and balance your wider lower half. These basic items should be the foundation of a great wardrobe. They are go-to pieces you can combine with most of the other items you already have or still plan to shop.
Tomato is one of the fruit I use from my refrigerator for my weekly face routine. Therefore, I will be giving you a brief insight on this fruit and it’s benefits.
A member of the nightshade family (along with aubergines, peppers and chillies), tomatoes are in fact a fruit, but their affinity for other savoury ingredients means that they are usually classed as a vegetable.
I’m back with another review. Now this is a brand that has been on my wish list ever since I discovered it. I was always drawn to the Coconut & Hibiscus line because I have extremely frizzy hair. I was so excited when I entered PassionMeThis SheaMoisture giveaway. Not to mention, I prayed to God that I won this giveaway and He came through just right. *Thank you God* 🙇🏽🙏🏽 So you know it’s your girl’s first time trying out these products and I was hella excited. I’m sorry, I just can’t contain my excitement.
These products are sulfate, paraben, phthalates, paraffin, propylene glycol, mineral oil, synthetic fragrance, synthetic color and DEA free, as well as, there was no animal testing. There are also inclusive of three main ingredients:
Meet our Kinky Curly Coily Queen for the month of July, Patrina.
I’ve had many failed attempts at finger coiling my hair, for what reason? I don’t know. But I must say I’ve done 90% of my hair in finger coils and they came out perfectly. The front of my hair just doesn’t seem to keep the coils and I will not fight it anymore but keep what it gives me.
Wonder what’s more important when taking care of that beautiful head of hair? Initially, we read about hair typing and thought this was important but then density and porosity came along and now we are confused as to what matters the most.
… but to understand which is more important it’s fitting that you know what they are.