Spring is definitely here. After weekend after weekend of cold weather and snow in September, the weather man has promised warmer weather going forth. If you are like me you enjoy the warmer weather and lighter clothing but more than anything else, you enjoy flaunting your locks after months of being in hiding under protective styles.
When I heard of that the movie Nappily ever after was coming out, I was super excited. A movie that is themed about the struggle of black women and their relationship with hair. To be honest, I never heard of the novel by Trisha R Thomas which inspired the movie, which i believe every black woman should be exposed to as least once in their lives. Luckily the movie is out!
We know the importance of regularly washing our hair but it is not necessary to wash your hair with shampoo all the time. We have cowashes, a complete product that is not a shampoo and it not a conditioner but a product in the middle. With those people who do not want to have a lot of products on your shelves, using a normal conditioner for cowashing also works. This article will give you tips on how to use your conditioner as cowash.
We have been a bit of cold weather across South Africa after most of us, including myself, have been looking forward to the warm spring weather . Well, despair not as warmer times are still coming an the opportunity for you to show of your hair is near.
After months of tucking in our kinks coils and curls, the time has come to let those locks be freed. To do so, you'll need to make minor changes to your routine to accommodate the weather and to let your hair enjoy the warms and spirit of spring.
We have collaborated with Cetz Africa natural for the month of August on a limited special to bring you a wash day combo to ensure your hair is left feeling soft and moisturised.
Our Combo cosists of
1. Brownchild's Sulphate free shampoo
2. Brownchild's Moisturising conditioner
3. Cetz Natural's Replenishing oil
4. Cetz Natural's shea/mango butter
The total for the combo is R299.90!!!
There is limited stock so be amongst first to get your hands on the combo!
For those of you who are product junkies having countless products in your bathroom cabinet is not a major concern. You thrive on testing out the latest on the market and giving different brands a chance but for those who are conscious about the products you use and how much you spend on products, having one or two products that do everything is the ideal situation. The tips we are about to share are probably best for those who seek one or two products on their shelves but they also work for those product junkies who are recovering from their junkie ways.
How many of you always grab the shampoo bottles at the store but always leave the conditioner behind? How many of you believe that conditioning your hair is not that important?
I was one of those? Shampooing your hair is important but should not be done alone. Shampoo removes build up and dirt from the hair. This process leaves your hair cuticles exposed to the elements and vulnerable to moisture loss and damage. A good, sulphate free shampoo is important but a quality conditioner is essential to the whole process of washing your hair.