What Would You Stand In Line For? (Hair Bloggers Edition)

I found this hair vlogger's tag on youtube and decided to do a blogger's edition. I'll be tagging other hair bloggers at the end!
What would I stand in line for?
  1. Organic Root Stimular Replenishing conditioner: This stuff is one of my all time favourite deep conditioners. It has a good balance of protein and moisture. Plus, the slip is awesome, especially, when am deep into a stretch.
  2. Sheabutter/Coconut oil: I've had coconut with me from the 3rd month of after the big chop. I didn't know about it's benefit except the fact that it was a marvelous sealant. However, I've come to know over 5 benefits including hydral fatigue. Sheabutter works well for me when the weather is too dry eg the current harmattan and wouldn't mind standing in a line to have these two.
  3. Flexi rods: an easy, efficient type of rollers, which give awesome curls. My first ever curls on relaxed hair was done using these rods.  I got the purple and light blue ones and initially, because the hair was too short, it took about 30 minutes - 1 hour to set as well as more rods to fit in the hair. Currently, I take about 10 minutes to set and use only 6 or less.


4. VO5 conditioners: I can't help but continue to regard VO5 conditioners as my all time favourite conditioner with slip. Most of the conditioners I've had - still have- can't be compared to this in terms of slip. It's been difficult obtaining some at the mall but I pray they will be available soon.
5. Sheabeutimia moisturizing conditioner: This is a recent addition but I know it's one of the conditioners I'd love to have regardless of the day, time and place. For a product that gets easily absorbed into the strands, I won't mind standing in a line for it.

For now, these are the products I'd stand in a line to obtain! I tag the bloggers of the following blogs:
  1. Stella of Ghlonghair.blogspot.com
  2. Dr. Fomsky of Thesizzlingmommy.com
  3. Dabs of Naijahaircangrow.blogspot.com
  4. Sweet mama Africa of www.sweetmothermag.com
  5. Lesley of freshlengths.blogspot.com/
  6. EbonyCPrincess of Longing4length.com/
  7. Sdestra of sdestrahairjourney.blogspot.com
  8. Southern Girl of pecanpieandpincurls.com
  9. Jenny of Justgrowalready.com
  10. KLP of savingourstrands.blogspot.com
  11. Annette of naturalistagh.blogspot.com
  12. Tathiana of mypoundcake.blogspot.com
  13. Alwayschanging at alwayschanging101.blogspot.com
Ladies, I'll be watching out for your favourites!!!!
Stay blessed
Emprezz




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    I'll be sure to get to it after I'm back home from this interview trip.

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