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First picture summer hair after swimming regularly. 2nd photo a month of intense care using Sweet Nature by Eddie products (This is my daughter)
It's Finally summer and you are probably ready to have some fun in the sun! If you are anything like me, you are likely trying to soak up every bit of summer because before you know it, winter will be here again. I love biking, taking long walks, swimming, or spending all day at amusement parks during the summer months. All of these activities are great for my mind, body and soul, but wreck havoc on delicate tresses if they are not properly cared
NO HEAT Used: Click THIS LINK to see how this style is achieved on youtuve without using any heat!
I remember my very first hair care workshop in April of 2008. This was also Sweet Nature's official local introduction. People that hadn't seen me in a while didn't know I had gone natural and I literally could NOT keep their hands out of my hair! I even had people argue with me about it being my real hair...lol. I think the most memorable comment made was by my older cousin. At the end of the workshop, I held a Q&A. She raised her hand, and in a very serious voice, she said, "I've known you my entire life and when you were little, you had the nappiest hair I had ever seen...How in the world
Listen as I am interviewed by Ms. Kiara! If you can use headphones, you can hear it much
I was asked several times to get myself a blog. Well, this is about as personal as I will get, “Take Me As I am”.
Thank you Mary for listening to G-d. This Jersey Gurl appreciates your gift.
Okay to start. I would like to congratulate my two Boys to Men! They just received an award and money last night for their outstanding scores on the Elementary A.I.M.S. testing. Good Job!
Some of you know that in March I was recently invited with an application to showcase at Phoenix Fashion Week 2012. Being
Fellow book lovers and lovers of African American history,
Author Donald E. Payne announces
The Black Man Survival Guide is not just about staying alive it’s about having the things you need and want. The best way to get these things is to work damn hard for them. When it comes to this work you have 2 choices:
The sarcasm in Option “b” is intentional. Becoming an entrepreneur is the way to riches, but it is a hard path that is fraught with disaster. Know this going in and you have a chance to succeed.
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