Hairversary || Product Review: Cantu Shea Butter for Natural Hair

Eyin temi,

What's popping? Hope y'all are having fun and being productive. If you read my last post on how I care for my natural hair (click here if you haven't), I talk about the Cantu Shea Butter for Natural Hair Shampoo, Conditioner, Deep Treatment Masque and Leave-in conditioning repair cream.

Beauty Review: SAGE & SKIN SPA

Eyin temi,

Hope you guys had a wonderful Easter celebration because I sure did.

I live in Ibadan but travelled to Lagos for the Easter holiday so Good Friday was a good day to be good to myself (so much good in one sentence, lol). I pampered myself to a beauty session at a spa. It was my third time in a spa (the 1st time was for a massage, 2nd time was 'follow follow' but I got a pedicure while waiting for my friend). In this post, I'll share my beauty experience with you and tell you about the spa I went to.

I visited the SAGE & SKIN SPA located at Yaba, Lagos. I called to book an appointment by phone a week in advance because of the holiday (I didn't want to hear 'Sorry ma, we're fully booked for the holiday'). I booked for a facial treatment and waxing and also discussed about writing a review of their service on my blog. They were very glad I wanted to write about them.

Hairversary || How I care for my natural hair

Eyin temi,

Welcome! welcome!! welcome!!! Hope you're having a great week so far. I have a new video on YouTube (totally unrelated to hair talk but a very funny video), click here to watch.

Last week I gave you a background to what inspired me to go natural and my natural hair journey (Click here to read). In this post, I share my personal experience on how I care for my natural hair, products I use and my biggest challenge with my natural hair.

Hairversary || My Natural Hair Journey

Eyin temi,

My natural hair is 1 year this month. Today I'm sharing with you my natural hair journey. I love my hair. Its progress wows me every time. This journey has taught me a lot of things about myself and my hair. 

Before I went natural,  I didn't use to take care of my hair. My philosophy was 'If it breaks, it would grow back'. Whenever I had to relax my hair, I bought any cheap relaxer the stylist recommended (except Ozone Relaxer. I used it once and my scalp burnt so bad, I had to rinse it off with ice water). I didn't moisturize my hair or seal my ends. My hair was in bad shape. It was always breaking, I couldn't run my fingers or a comb through my hair without losing a lot of hair. I'm trying to paint a picture for you guys.

Hello April, March Notes and Hairversary

Eyin temi,

Welcome to the month of April. I'm super excited for this new month because:
  1. My natural hair is 1
  2. Easter holiday is almost here so there's a long weekend coming soon
  3. I hope to go on another exciting trip this month (Click to read of my trip to Badagry here and Tarkwa Bay here)