Hair Product Review – Tresemme Moisture Rich with Vitamin E Conditioner

Tresemme Moisture Rich with Vitamin E Conditoner

Tresemme Moisture Rich with Vitamin E Conditoner

 

Hello Cuties,

Ultimate Tresemme Conditoner for those winter or rainy months, part of my staple products!

Product: Tresemme Moisture Rich with Vitamin E Luxurious Moisture for Dry or Damaged Hair. 

Product Price: $7.50 for a 32 FL. OZ. or 946mL bottle. 

Where to Find: Local supermarkets or stores, Walmart, Amazon, Ebay, Target, hair beauty supply stores in your area.

Directions of Use: Apply an adequate amount from mid-shaft to ends, working anything that´s left through roots. Run fingers from roots to ends to detangle and fully coat hair. Les, leave-on 2-3 minutes then rinse thoroughly. 

Personal Use for My Hair: One of the best all time conditioners in my opinion for 4C hair, this baby works beautifully, you can feel the difference in your hair from first use. Softens, moisturizes and dries quickly in your hair. For the ultimate moisture, I mix with 1-3 teaspoons of Olive, Coconut or Almond Oil, apply to hair and then seal ends with oil of preference, made for twists!

🙂  Many thanks for reading and if you have any questions, feel free to ask in comment section below 🙂

´´Isle of  Azure´´

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Natural Hair Book Review – Curly Halo by Kimberly Elise

!!!!WELCOME To IslandKynk’s FIRST BOOK REVIEW!!!!!

A Must Read Especially for Natural Beauties

 

CURLY HALO

by Beautiful Ms. Kimberly Elise

It was a true honor when I was contacted by Lovely Writer Ms. Elleax to write this book review. Thanks to her and Ms. Elise, this post is possible, I thank you both so much & to Ms. Elise, this is indeed your Masterpiece!!!!!!

I truly fell in love with this book for many reasons, one, I love to read about our natural hair, two, have always admired Ms. Elise as an actress, three, did not know she had returned natural so made this book even more exciting to read and four, her natural hair is stunning and healthy, so, she knows what she is talking about. Links are also provided for your own research.

A Must Read for All Naturals

A Must Read for All Naturals

Curly Halo EBook is truly a wonderful gift to yourself, your family and friends who are thinking about returning natural, transitioners, already naturals or those whom want to maintain their tresses healthy, if you have hair on your heard, this book is for You. Information is provided for us to use, to cater to each our own specific hair care needs. I love how Ms. Elise acknowledges that each and every one of us, has a different head of hair, what works for one, will not work for the other. She explains how take care of your own unique tresses.

This book is indeed an easy read, what do I mean by that? Literally, as I was reading, everything flowed beautifully. Goes in order, makes sense and covered all the areas needed in a book for our natural hair. When it came to a finish, learned a lot more than I thought I would have. For instance, in Chapter 1, she starts with one of the most important topics, to transition or Big Chop, excellent to start with because for many of us, before returning Natural, not only was this one of our biggest decisions but took the longest to think about.

Continuing in the following Chapters are articles on Figuring Out Your Hair Type, she did her research well on this one, not only did she do her homework but later in the book, this section is fully covered, so trust me, you will not be disappointed and will know exactly what your hair type is, what she needs, why she acts how she acts, Everything. Next is Figuring Out A Hair Regimen, this one I read over many times, yes, its that awesome and the Chapters continue, each better and better as you read, trust me, you will LOVE!

One of my personal favorites in Curly Halo are the Worksheets, yes, you read correctly, again Ms. Elise comes up and WOWS us well, how does she do it???!!! Just wished I had this book when I was returning Natural, would have avoided making a lot of mistakes on my own natural hair journey, but you live and learn right, plus am happy it is out there for all our other girls thinking of returning Natural. Even as a naturalist, am personally printing these Worksheets to go by, once you have read, you will truly enjoy and do the same, you’ll see.

Last but not least, you will truly appreciate all the extra tidbits in the Appendix, one of the most valuable parts of this book, will not give it away, but am truly grateful to Ms. Elise for including this information for us, Priceless indeed. She also includes an amazing hair recipe that I tried and works wonders for my 4C tresses so encourage you to try it out on your hair, if like mine, tends to dry out over time. Super simple, easy and quick to make, also makes a great gift to give to all your Curl Girlies, they will treasure this Hair Gem and ask for more!

Our Lovely Ms. Kimberly Elise

Ms. Kimberly Elise

Thank you so much for this gift Ms. Kimberly and for your amazing well written illustrated book, for the love and care you show for all our Tresses and your own. Thank you very much Ms. Elleax  for inviting me to review Curly Halo and providing me with what was needed. Until next time My Dears & Huge Smooches and Hugs to you both.

Thank you My Amazing Viewers for taking the time to read The Curly Halo Book Review.

To check out Ms. Elise’s website, do visit her at KimberyElise

Isle of  Azure

Natural Hair Blog Feature – Ms. P.A.

!!!!!!!!!!!!WELCOME TO ISLANDKYNKS POST!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!MARCH EXCLUSIVE FEATURE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Say Hello to an Absolutely Beautiful Naturalista!

Here is her Natural Hair Story, do enjoy My Queens,

1) Please introduce your amazing self.

A:  My name is P.A., and I’m literally from all over.  I was born in Nigeria, lived in over 13 countries before the age of 10, but spent the majority of that time in England.  I currently live in Texas.  My natural hair is a mixture of 3c, 4a, 4b, and 4c—so I simply that to “Kinky, Curly, Coily”.

2) Did you Transition, Big Chop, Both or Natural from Birth?

A: I transitioned long-term for just under two years.  

3) How long have you been natural?

A: My last relaxer was on May 4, 2013 (yay!) and I cut off all the relaxed ends by February 22, 2015.

4) What made you return natural?

A: My choice to go natural was a practical one—relaxers ate through my scalp and left it bleeding with sores. Since I actually like my scalp, I decided that not using relaxers was in my best interest. 

5) How hard or easy was your first year of being natural?

A: My first year of transitioning was spent mostly in protective styles (my favorite is crochet braids).  Honestly, the most challenging thing was perception—perception of myself and other’s perception of me.  When you get used to a certain look (my mother put relaxers in my hair at the age of 8), you associate a part of yourself with that look.  It was a daunting thing to have to imagine myself without what I considered my “norm.”  Plus, since I’m an attorney, I worried that people would make disparaging remarks about my hair at the office.

6) What helped you the most, to remain natural?

A: At first, necessity. Like I said above, I stopped using relaxers because of the damage it did to my scalp.  There really was no other alternative.  But after a while, I realized that I liked my natural hair.  I started to grow impatient with the straight stringy ends and cut them off before my full two-year goal lol.

7) Your 3 favorite products and why? A:

  1. Coconut Oil (because, really, who isn’t koo-koo for coconut? Lol)
  2. Shea Butter (best sealant ever)
  3. A Number of SheaMoisture Products (is that cheating?? I couldn’t pick just one!)

8) What do you love about your unique tresses?

A: The versatility and how manageable it actually is.  I’ve finally mastered the art of the wash and go for my many textures, and I’ve become quite good at crochet braids when my hair needs a break.

9) What is your least favorite task when dealing with your natural hair?

A: Um…detangling—like you had to ask!

10) How do you inspire other girls to return natural?

A: I try to show various manageable and beautiful ways to wear our hair in its natural state and share those ideas on my blog and social media. 

 

 11) So far in your journey, what is your favorite hair style? 

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A: I’d have to say the wash and go.

Relaxed Beauty 

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Natural Beauty  – Hair Style Galore

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twisted crown

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Natural Beauty  – Beautiful
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Natural Beauty in Every Facet
 

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😀 This post shows us the Beauty of our Natural Hair and to Love, Care and Treasure our Tresses  😀

Thank you Loves for reading, many thank yous Dear PA and thank you for your patience, Enjoy the Day 😀