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Natural Hair Summer Styles: Crochet Braids

allthingsbee Follo Crochet braids are still the reigning champ when it comes to summer styles that are protective and fun.  More IG stars are rocking them showing off their versatility, beauty and simple-to-maintain care.  What I am loving is the more natural styles women are choosing over the straight, down the back…

Need A New DIY Cleanser? Try This Natural Powder

To first understand the beautiful benefits of moringa oil, you must learn about where it comes. Only then will you begin to see why it is sometimes called the “miracle tree” or “tree of life”. It is a very valuable food crop as it is drought resistant, grows very fast,…

Perfect For Prom Natural Hairstyles

Prom is upon us and most of you have found the dress, the date and the dancing shoes. What’s left?  The hair!  Should you go straight, add hair or rock your curls? There are decisions to make and I am hoping not everyone will rock the straight look as that…

Why Are So Many Naturals Turning To Clay Washing?

These clays are born of the earth, and as we love using what the earth has to offer, clays never disappoint. In recent years they are becoming popular but many cultures throughout our history have been using clays to heal and rid their bodies of toxins. According to Wellness Mama, there are animals…

This Will Add Perfect Slip To Your Tresses!

It may have a strange name but it is a powerhouse of goodness and a great natural detangler for your tresses. Slippery elm (Ulmus fulva) is a small tree native to eastern Canada and eastern and central United States. Most commonly found in the Appalachian Mountains, it has a reddish…

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