FAUX FLOWER CROWNS

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Sisters are different flowers from the same garden

MUSTARD

MUSTARD

Colour is a power that directly influences the soul.

This year has been a really tough year and one of the implications of joining the Kenya School of Law is that my outfits have become so dull and monotonous. Sometimes, this has an effect on my moods  and outlook towards life generally.  I have been looking for more colourful outfits to lift my spirits and this mustard dress did more than that.

SIMPLE TWIST OUT TUTORIAL USING SHEA BUTTER + REVIEW

Hey Loves, here is a simple twist out tutorial using raw east african shea butter. I hope you enjoy the video and remember to subscribe 🙂

Check out the outcome below 🙂

SIMPLE HIGH PUFF TUTORIAL

Hey loves, watch how I achieve this simple high puff on my one week old bantu knots. Please remember to subscribe for more hair updos and chit chats.

Love , Margie

BANTU KNOT TUTORIAL

Hey loves,

Here is a simple tutorial on how I do my bantu knots. I hope that you will find the video helpful. Please remember to subscribe for more videos.

 

GETTING MARINIFIED

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Hey Loves,

I hope your Saturday is coming along well and that you are treating your mane with love and care ;-). Weekends are probably the best days to try out different styles and products since not many of us work over the weekend. Well, today I would like to send more love your way by reviewing the Marini Naturals Products specifically the leave in conditioner and the curling cream. I had been eyeing these products for a while since I read about the founder, Mitchelle Ntalami, on Salon Magazine. I was not only excited but also inspired, when I learnt that there was a Kenyan natural hair care brand; I couldn’t wait to try them out. If you haven’t laid your hands on the Marini products, this post is for you. Today am going to share my Marini experience with you and hopefully inspire you to treat your mane to these sweet-scented natural hair products. 😉