Green solution for dry, damage hair
You will be so surprise to what you can do with your kitchen ingredients!!!

WHen it come to products, I love  natural and organic  products and of course it all depend on which part of my body I am treating. For example my hair type is natural and dry, I am a black African woman and often some of the problems I face  is my hair breaking  from the front (my temple)and the back of my hair,  I try many products before and most of them didn’t solve my problems, then I finally found this product call Doctor Miracle and I started using it until all my problems was fix . Doctor Miracle is definitely a product I will recommend . But these days I am finding my self going back to the basic by using more natural and organics product for my hair and body. I am definitely back with my grand mother secret, I most say my African heritage. Back in the days in Africa women used to use natural hair care like Shea Butter and other natural oils for their hair, and they didn’t face any hair breakage, but of course the world was changing, so do African women, so they also start to use products that are sold in the market. Please don’t get me wrong ? I don’t have anything against good products that are out there, but I just prefer to keep it simple for myself and protect my hair against chemical. So now for my hair I use only natural products like, African Shea butter, organic olive oil and some of my secret essential oil that I will be sharing with you in the future, coconuts oil , carrot oil, ect.. I mean there is planty of natural oil that could  help your  hair if you thinking to go with natural ingredients, in this section I am also going to show you a quick tip of making your own hair products from home. Beauty always been for me a very interesting subject, therefore I am always doing  research about how to make great products, and believe me all the ingredients come from your kitchen..

My first hair tip for you will be a Preshampoo Hair Butter. I have  tried this on my   hair and it really work!!!

Green solution for dry, damage hair

Tips: Pure plant oils is the the best conditioner for dry hair, olive,  avocado, and fish oils will help keep hair healthy and shiny. Here is a recipe for a nutritious preshampoo conditioner that infuses your hair and scalp with much-needed moisture.

Mediterranean Garden Preshampoo Hair Butter

3 Tablespoon organic virgin olive oil

2 Tablespoon avocado oil

2 Tablespoon whole-wheat flour

1 Teaspoon organic spirulina extract

10,000 IU vitamin E

2 Drops lavender essential oil

2 Drops of bergamot essential oil

2 Drops chamomile essential oil

Yield 4 ounces

Use daily before shampooing for maximum results. This hair mask will last for one week of daily treatments.

1. Blend all ingredients in a small bowl, making sure the essential oils spread evenly.

2. Massage one tablespoon of the treatment into wet hair and scalp, concentrating on split ends and areas of itchiness. Leave on for ten minutes for  intensive conditioning.

3.Rinse throughly and shampoo as usual.

For hair that are breaking avoid blow-drying, it can damage the hair, causing split end. If you must blow-dry, make sure that your hair is throughly towel dried first. I will recommend to air dry it if you can.

Here is some the products I like


Freshening Douche for Woman

Most commercial douches are chemical-based exception of Vinegar douches) and can strip the natural protective pH of the vagina and potentially irritate sensitive tissues. As an alternative, the following recipes are mild and gentle. Keep in mind that these douches are not intended as substitute for medical treatment, but are instead and aid in relieving minor discomfort. See your health care provider if uncomfortable symptoms arise or persist. This recipe makes a slightly astringent, cleansing douche that leaves you feeling fresh. It’s perfect to use if you spend your days sitting in snug pants, tight, or panty hose, resulting in an accumulation of sweat and odor or worse, a yeast infection.



2 quarts water, preferably purified and nonchlorinated

4 tablespoons peppermint, rosemary, or yarrow

Recommended for : general cleansing and freshening

Use: Once per week

Prep Time: approximately 2 hours

Blending Tools: douche bag, strainer

Store In: do not store, mix as needed

Yield: 1 treatment

In a medium-size saucepan, bring the water to a boil, then remove from heat. Add the herb of choice, cover, and steep for about 2 hours. Strain through hosiery, a paper towel-lined strainer, or a coffee filter to remove all particulate matter, and pour into the douche bag.

Application Tips: Proceed as you would normally when douching. Please be sure to thoroughly wash bag, hose, and tip with hot soapy water after use.

These douche recipes is coming from Stephanie Tourles book.

Come back soon and visit me for more recipes.

When you wake up in the morning, and you feel like your wardrobe don’t looks like a million bucks put on a big smile and brightens your face!!! a little makeup really make a difference, you don’t have to over do it, makeup up shouldn’t take away your natural beauty . I do have 4 essential to recommend: Mascara, eye brown pencil, lipstick(or gloss)and a blush. These will add color to your face and make your features pop. The key is to keep makeup simple and light. Avoid wearing heavy makeup and loose powders with bright lipstick and a black/brown or black shade mascara.A natural makeup will work with every outfit you can also walk in everywhere at anytime without feeling out of place. One of my favorite makeup line is Mac Cosmetics, but there is a lot of other great line like Bobby brow,Lancome,Yves saint lauren, Dior and more, you can even pull out great makeup at your local drugs store as well. Spend more time on mastering a natural look that is even.

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