Summertime Goodies at Sally Beauty & Amazon
July 14, 2015 by
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Mimosa Hair Honey Shine Pomade
This is something I've actually used and what I like about it is how it makes the middle of my hair feel. Years ago, that was a brittle area, with lots of heat damage and it wasn't growing. Since going natural, and trying a lot of great products, my hair has heeled. I've only been using this pomade for about 2 months, but it's my go to for a bantu knot out style. There is no fly away or frizz and it doesn't weigh my hair down.
Natural Hair-istas, now I know you have one or a few of these!
I myself have a few. I like the satin bonnet because it reminds me of a shower cap when it comes to the ease of putting it on. However, for my hair I prefer to use a satin scarf because it will stay in place. For some reason, the bonnet slides up while I'm sleeping, exposing my edges. The Scarf doesn't move and I can tighten it if necessary.
Natural Hair-istas, now I know you have a few packs of these, too!
The foam rods may not be a breeze to sleep in, but the heatfree defined curls you get after a night of using them, is well worth it. I turn to these bendy rods (or soft rollers) when I need to cheat a bantu knot out hairdo!
Zero To Sexy Leg Bronzer Dark Bronzing Tanning Lotion For legs
I have dark skin and I love my milk chocolate Hershey bar color. The problem is it's not exposed to the sunlight evenly. As a result, I am so two-toned. Dark face and arms, with a light midsection and legs is not cute at all. I tan my legs when the color varies too much.
I haven't had the pleasure of trying this brand, but it has great reviews on multiple website, so I will be ordering it pronto!