Benefits of using Organic Hair Products

While you can purchase commercial organic and natural hair products, which are good for natural hair, homemade natural products may be more up your alley. This is especially beneficial if you are sensitive to commercial products or you’re concerned about what ingredients are going into the recipe. There are no preservatives in your DIY creation.  You won’t have the luxury of whipping up your products and letting them sit for days or weeks before using them – you’ll need to do so immediately. Without preservatives, mold and bacteria can grow, and you don’t want that. The product should be put into use immediately after making it. Some home made product can last for a month or more if preserved in a cool place. Some within a week depending on it constituent. It is less expensive If you really think about it, you probably spend a lot of money on hair products.  One of the things I willteach in my online DIY growth oil, Shampoo, Conditioner course is how to save money by not buying hair products, but making them. It is  less expensive to make a wholesome, healthy cleanser (with ingredients you may already have) Promotes Hair Health Once you find the...

Natural homemade face masks by healthy first

Don’t waste money on expensive facial masks. Make your own with ingredients in your kitchen

Simple Natural Hairstyles for Beginners!

Low or High Bun The bun is a great option for natural hair because it can be installed in a matter of minutes, it protects your ends from damage and the environment, and it’s a classy look that never gets old. This style works on medium length hair or longer.  Fauxhawk This style is unbelievably cute, and you’ll be shocked at how easy it is. All you’ll need is a few pins! For the specific look in this tutorial you’ll need long hair, but the same concept can be accomplished with much shorter hair High Puff Tried and true, the high puff is a simple but elegant style that works well on all hair lengths and all curly hair textures. Here are two tutorials: one for short hair, and one for longer hair. . Classic Afro This is a stunning style also looks great on any hair length. Give this easy tutorial a try! . Twist-out The twist-out will NEVER go out of style. It’s timeless. It’s gorgeous. It’s classy. It’s fun. It works for any occasion. It’s versatile (check out these styles that start with a twist-out!) Do yourself a favor and master the twist-out, because it’s worth it. . Wash N’ Go Ah, the elusive wash n’...

Tiger nuts and its health benefits

Tigernuts are very healthy, they help to prevent hearth attacks, thrombosis and activate blood circulation. Due to the high contents of soluble glucose they prevent cancer and lately some investigators discovered that they reduce the risk of suffering colon cancer. The very high fibre content combined with a delicious taste, make them ideal for healthy eating. The benefits of tiger nuts milk are rather significant. It doesn’t contain lactose and everyone can drink it. This type of milk is rich in calcium and good for children because it contributes to bone building. It has high nutrition value and fat content High content of E and C vitamins Studies showed that tiger nuts contains a lot of vitamins and minerals. Vitamin C, E, and also potassium and phosphorus were founded in this food product. The doctors recommend to drink yogurt made of tiger nut milk and cow’s milk because of high content of E and C vitamins. Source of magnesium Magnesium is very important for good functioning of our body. It’s scientifically proved. It’s also known that 100 g flour of tiger nuts has about 15% of magnesium. Due to this tiger nuts are useful for nervous system, muscle function, maintain...

How to make puff puff

Nigerian Puff Puff is that spongy, deep-fried, spherical snack that originated from Nigeria. It is soft and springs back to touch, you know, like when you pinch a foam sponge. Ingredients For about 25 balls of Puff Puff, the size in the photo above, you will need: 2 cups (250g) of Plain Flour 2 teaspoons of yeast (the one used in baking bread) ½ teaspoon ground nutmeg ½ cup granulated sugar (or to your taste) 3 pinches of salt Lukewarm water (for mixing) Vegetable Oil (for frying) Directions Put the flour in a bowl, add the ground nutmeg, powdered yeast, sugar and salt. Mix all these together. Add water in small quantities and mix everything by hand till you have a good blend of all the ingredients. Add the yeast you mixed with lukewarn water if applicable. Use warm water to mix the puff puff ingredients if you want it to rise faster. Keep mixing till the batter is smooth but not too watery to flow from a spoon. The mix should be much thicker than pancake batter (see video below). Cover the bowl with aluminum foil and make sure it is airtight by pressing the edges of the bowl...

Step-by-Step Beginner Makeup Tutorial | Makeup for Black Women | Lovevinni_ — Love Beauty

via Step-by-Step Beginner Makeup Tutorial | Makeup for Black Women | Lovevinni_ — Love Beauty

How to recover from heat damaged hair

When i started my natural journey, I refused to use any direct heat on my hair. I was so afraid of heat damage , even when seeing a professional hair stylist apply heat on natura hair. There were just so many horror heat damage stories that I’d heard and seen for myself, I was scared to give it a try. When my friends experienced heat damage, i started researching and reading articles on heat damage and remedies finally compiled this for you. Here are 3 steps in order to recover from heat damage that you can try as well. 1: Clarify Your Hair to Remove Any Buildup When you’re shampooing for the first time after having your hair straightened, be sure to use a shampoo, not a co-wash. The goal is to ensure that you remove all product buildup from the hair. It involves cleansing the scalp and cleansing the hair of old product (clarifying). It is critical to clean the scalp to rid it of environmental toxins and product build-up. These toxins and build-up smother the scalp. Also, blocked hair follicles can cause a host of other scalp related issues and problems. Clarifying shampoos or cleansers strip the hair....

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