Hello beautiful people! I hope you all are doing fine and enjoying the weather?
Drinking tea has always been my thing whether in winter or summer you’ll find me sipping tea because I find it normal starting my day with a mug of tea. Coffee is a bit too strong for my stomach though it has similar content as tea but the difference between them is that tea leaves are more diluted than coffee beans. The ingredients of tea leaves contains active and powerful nervous stimulants like Caffeine,Theophylline and Theobromine
If you have been following me for a while you’ll know I love my Rituals, the only time I stopped using it was when I was pregnant, I completely stayed away from all kinds of products for body treatments starting from body serums, face mask, body scrub etc and it helped me a lot to stay at an alert.
Autumn is here and some people prefer to call it Fall just because the weather gets a bit cooler, the rain appears uninvited, the nightfall comes sooner, and the green leaves turns color then gradually dries off its branches while it gently dances to the wind as it slowly falls off the trees. That is Autumn/Fall for you!
Synthetic hair is good when you’re on a budget and don’t want to spend much on Human hair extensions and, it is mostly used for protective styles like weaves, crochet and normal braids and, especially now the summer is here and the heat can be unbearable, one need styles like this to get along with the harsh but most desired weather.
Who says there are no good synthetic hair? Well I’m here with good news, I discovered this soft almost natural looking synthetic hair called Outre Batik Deep Wave Bulk made of 100% Kanekalon fibre though is not synthetic as such, If i´m to rate it i´ll say it is between natural human hair and regular synthetic hair let´s say 60% of it if we want to compare.
Caring and styling this hair is so easy, when i´m going to bed or in a rush and don´t have time i just put it up in a careless pineapple looking way as shown in the picture above.
Outre Batik Deep Wave Bulk Color: F4/30“>Outre Batik looks and feels like a human hair, soft and doesn’t shred like a normal synthetic hair does, and that can be frustrating; why I really like it is because is easy to maintain and style without stress. Though I have been using it for a while now but I didn’t want to give any false affirmation about it, I wanted to be sure my findings are correct.
So, I made a tutorial of me using the Batik Deep Wave bulk 18 in colour 1 for a crochet braid.
In this video i also explained how to protect your hair before crotchet braiding and how to install a crochet brain. I hope you find the details useful and helpful. Feel free to comment below.
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Hello everyone! Today I’m back again with a new healthy hair-beauty tips for you all to learn from, I´ll like you to sit back get a cup of tea, a pen and a paper to jot down everything you find useful in this article. I’m not ashamed to disclose that I’m a coconut lover and I really value all its content starting from the shell to the meat, every bit of it has a healthy impacting benefit to mankind.
Crotchet braids hairstyle has always been present in the African woman hair history though it wasn’t that common or regularly braided since it required a proper hook needle to install it. In 2010, it came back to fashion and fully reappeared in 2013 and ever since then it has become a frequent hairstyle.
The hunt for a long healthy hair is a tough one and many of us have gone through a lot to make sure we achieve that “Rapunzel” looking hair but to little avail, rather our wallet end up suffering the consequences.
In general, there´re a lot of smattering about bright colours and here we are on this topic to enlighten and educate us of its beauty on tanned skin. Do you know that the colour we wear describes who we are and tells about our personality? Flashy colours individually maps you out from the crowd.