There has been varied arguments on the use of heat on either relaxed or natural hair. How does heat interact with our hair? What are the possible effects of heat on hair? How do you prevent heat damage? Find out more from 1mits1
I've heard ladies complain about the forever Claire Skin care products not working for them. Well, I nearly became one until I tweaked how I use it and since then, it's been a jolly good ride. I started using the Forever Claire products in July 2013 or so. What I've been doing is to using a cleanser first before applying any of the products. Well, I discovered the reason why the product didn't seem to be working well on its own.
When using the cleanser, I'll dab a bit of cotton in it to clean my face. Apparently, it wasn't the cleanser that was doing the work, it was the cotton. The cotton was getting rid of dead cells by acting as an "exfoliating" material. It was cleaning the skin surface. One evening, I skipped the cleansing and decided to follow Hubby's method of cleaning his face. I used my sponge to gently rub the FC product on the face. This face scrubbing technique left my skin feeling soft and smooth just like when I use the cotton and clea…
Relaxed hair care seems to be one complicated journey but when you get the hang of it, you'll be so relieved. Why does relaxed hair get thin easily? A case in point is my own struggles with thin relaxed hair. The few lessons I've kept in my pocket this time around are :
1. Trim regularly. Have a schedule to get rid of the thin ends. I plan to trim every touch up. That's approximately every 12 weeks. I've learnt from so many setbacks that I'm bent on getting it right this time.
2. Longer stretches. A major problem I've had for the past two years and not going beyond 6 weeks. That thinned my hair out like crazy. This time, regardless of the short length, I'm surely going for nothing below 12 weeks. The ultimate stretching is 16 weeks so 12 weeks is a good starting point. There are some who advised starting off gradually with 8 weeks but that's what set me back. You get comfortable with the 8 weeks and moving beyond that it's a challenge. Therefore, 1…
Parsley belongs to the Umbelliferae family of plants with the Latin name Petroselinum crispum. The two most popular types of parsley are curly parsley and Italian flat leaf parsley. The Italian variety has a more fragrant and less bitter taste than the curly variety. There is also another type of parsley known as turnip-rooted (or Hamburg) that is cultivated for its roots, which resemble salsify and burdock.
Benefits Healthy scalpsStimulates scalpel circulationActs as a hair conditionerHelps to balance the sebaceous glandsHeals any scalp problems and boosts hair growth.For Shiny Hair Boil water in a pot on high flame.Put the parsley leaves in this boiling water for 20 minutesPass this through the blender to get a smooth paste.Apply this paste on your shampooed and clean hair the way you would apply henna paste.Leave this on your scalp for 1 hour.Rinse off with water.Don't shampoo your hair again. Scalp Lotion
As a scalp lotion, parsley seed disinfects the scalp and stimu…