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Natural Hair: Products and Tools I Use

July 31st, 2012 No comments

These are products I use on a weekly basis.

Products Mentioned:
-Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie
-Darcy’s Botanticals Daily Leave In Sweet Cream (
-Olive Oil

Styling Aids:
-Eco Styler Gel (Clear and Olive Oil)
-Kimble Hair Cream Curl Bouncy Back Curl
-Mazuri Organics Olive Oil Hair Serum

-Tresemme Smooth & Silky
-Shea Moisture Moisture Retention (

-Tresemme Moisture Rich

Deep Conditioners:
-Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Mask
-Mixed Silk Deep conditioner

-Nutrafix by Giovanni
-Aphogee 2 Minute Reconstructor

Jilbere Vented Straightening/Cutting Comb

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6 Hair Color Rules from a Stylist to the Stars

July 24th, 2012 No comments

Nanci, a self-proclaimed Hair Color Diva and celebrity colorist, reveals how to get the color you want without having to make mistakes first.

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Sexy Bed Head Hair for Naturally Curly Hair

July 3rd, 2012 No comments

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Hope you enjoy this look ! I do it a lot because its so simple but it really transforms the way your curls look. I love having big curls at the top and having tight curls at the bottom- gives an awesome volumizing effect. As always, please leave a video response if you try this ^_^

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FTC: All products shown or mentioned in this video where purchased by me except the Macadamian Heating Oil and the Not Your Mothers Sea Salt Spray which where given for reviewing purposed a few months back. Yes, I still use them and love them ! lol All opinions are 100% my own and honest. I am not being paid to make this video.

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Taneshasaadvice my naturally curly hair routine

June 26th, 2012 No comments

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Hair Extensions Tutorial ~By Request~

July 7th, 2011 No comments

Blog: Twitter: So many of you requested that I do a video on how I put the pieces in my hair when it is straightened… I was surprised at the requests being that this is the “natural hair community” and all!! LOL **Joke** ;-p

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HOW TO REMOVE HAIR GLUE: Get any oil of your choice or even sheen spray (I prefer sheen spray because you can spray it directly on to the tracks) Apply a GENEROUS amount… I mean ALOT of oil or sheen spray!!!! rub it into the track and let it saturate for a few seconds… Then gently pull the track off.. It should come off with ease…

Now at this point you want to comb the glue out of your hair… Take some more oil or sheen spray and apply generous amounts to the hair where the track once was… rub it in and let it saturate your hair for a few seconds once again.. Then take a fine toothed comb and gently comb from the root down.. all of the glue will slide out with ease trapping into the fine teeth of the comb….

I have been doing this for YEARS and I have never had a bad experience with glue doing it this way. It also isn’t a long tedious process either.. When you hear bad experiences, they are usually when ppl are just pulling the non lubricated tracks out of their hair and trying to comb out the non-lubricated glue…. Oil is the way to go!!

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June 11th, 2011 No comments


Used Elasta QP Feel like Silk Gel
modified Kimmaytube’s leave in using Tresseme Naturals

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Hair Extensions For the Terrified!

June 11th, 2011 No comments

I was apprehensive about having extensions, I thought they might ruin my hair and look really fake! However, they turned out great. So don’t be scared, hair extensions aren’t as hard to care for or style as you might think! They are a committment, as you can’t take them out at the end of the day like clip ins and you need to brush your hair a lot more often to prevent tangles!

However, you don’t need any special shampoos/conditioners but you will need a good brush (I use the Balmain Brush for extensions, available from Sallys)

I got my extensions from for a reasonable price of £1 per extension. I have tried to make sure that the extensions I buy are ethically sourced as I have heard horror stories that children in developing countries are exploited for their hair to be harvested and I do not advocate this.

The really expensive part of getting extensions is getting someone qualified and that you trust to put them in and take them out! I use my stylist who is qualified and she has not ruined my hair at all.

You should also do an allergy test for the glue used in case you have a reaction, which can be serious. A good stylist should suggest this, otherwise make sure you do it for your own peace of mind.

Any questions, leave me a comment on this video and I’ll try to answer them, be sure to look at all the comments in case I have answered it already, as I won’t be able to answer a repeated question!

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Natural Hair Products for Curly Hair….The Hunt

April 20th, 2011 No comments

The natural products I found today on my hunt for a deep conditioner and heat protectant! Since I am going for an all natural route I went to Whole Foods and found a bunch of natural hair care product lines. Watch to find out what I chose, and let me know your experiences with the products as well as your recommendations.

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Naturally Curly Hair Comb

March 30th, 2011 No comments

Home video of the Curly Comb.

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my naturally curly hair routine

February 14th, 2011 No comments

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