Here is the video showing how to add volume to your fro using the metallic afro pick. Please remember to subscribe 😉
Bonjour Mes Amis 😉
I have recently rekindled my love for the two foreign languages I have learnt over the past 6 years; i.e. French and Chinese. So don’t be shocked when I throw in a few words in this post and subsequent posts 🙂 I hope you are keeping warm and healthy; I have been down with a cold & tonsillitis but battling the same with medicine and warm healthy meals. So today I am going to tell you why you should invest in a metallic Afro pick comb if you have 4c/4b hair, especially if you love doing twist outs and bantu knots. This comb is a life saver ;-).. or maybe just a look-changer? Hihihi…anyway, this is a must have and I will tell you why….
After a two-week deserved break, am not only back with a new post, but also with a video on how I detangle and prepoo my natural hair 😉 I must say that ever since I started this blog, I have faced so many unique challenges which have unraveled great potential I didn’t even know I had. blogging can be quite tough and when I started blogging about my hair, I knew that I would have to up my game and venture into the vlog-sphere because I would like to show you guys some of the things I do and not only talk about them. Starting out is not only nerve wrecking but also time consuming as I had to learn the art of video editing from scratch. (*screams).
Hey ladies 😉 This is my first video and I decided to start with the very basics i.e. how I prepoo and detangle my natural hair using Coconut Oil and Conditioner. I hope you find the video helpful and please remember to subscribe to my channel 🙂
Almost all natural ladies I know use coconut oil. Right from childhood, coconut oil was used on my hair by my mum and it’s only as an adult that I have come to appreciate the benefits of the oil. Other than being ridiculously affordable, there are obvious benefits of coconut oil to our strands. I will outline just a few relating to how I use it because I believe they are so many… 🙂
The first time I appreciated the importance of my hairline was when I lost a significant part of it on the right side of my head 😛 . I had done faux locs for the first time in my life (about 6 years ago). They were the “in”thing and I just had to rock them. And so I sat for one hour as four people pulled my head in all directions as they tightly fixed the locs. Days later, I couldn’t sleep, I couldn’t smile… and I cried… The pain… Whaaaat? I was in massive pain. Then the pain subsided and 6 weeks later, as I undid the locs, my hair fell off on the fore right side of my head. My hair line was destroyed. Yikes.