Relaxed hair tips


Foods rich in biotin

In an old post, I have talked about the benefits of biotin for the hair. You can read that HERE.  However, as someone who is acne-prone, I try as much as possible to avoid supplements containing biotin. One of the most common side-effects of biotin supplements is acne. Instead, I prefer to get my biotin from whole foods. I have compiled a non-exhaustive list of foods that contain biotin: Mushrooms Tuna Turkey Avocados Salmon Liver Peanut butter Cheese Cauliflower Wholewheat bread Berries (blackberries, blueberries, and strawberries) Sardines Bananas Pork BeefRead More

#FitnessFriday How I maintain my relaxed hair during workouts

Basically, all I do is set it. I’ll explain. Setting hair is basically done by fixing a style on wet on damp hair. So it doesn’t matter if your hair gets damp when you exercise. It’s going to help your style set better. 🙂       To set your hair, you can do any of the following : Rollersetting (not convenient for exercising in my opinion); Wrapping; Twists; Bantus; Braids/plaits; Banding; Etc Now to the nitty gritty of what I actually do. 1. I moisturize and seal my hair theRead More

Moisturizing – sealing oil mix

Hi peeps. Happy mother’s day (in arrears) to all my readers in Nigeria and UK. Being a mom is the most challenging yet most fulfilling job in my opinion. How did you spend your day? I took my kids to visit family. Anyways, time for some hair talk! If you have been reading my blog for a little while, you might know by now that I love using argan oil to seal my hair. A few drops goes a long way to make my soft and shiny all day. IRead More

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