Thursday, March 22, 2012

National Natural Hair Meet-up Day in Denver!!

Denver has been added to the list and I along with Andrea Grady from Naturally Flyy Denver is hosting this monumental event! Details below:

Andrea Grady & Sabrina Perkins
Naturally FLYY Denver
Seriously Natural
12 – 4
Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library
2401 Welton St. 
Denver, CO 80205

It's on May 19, 2012 so it's coming up soon.  You truly don't want to miss it! More info to come as soon as we get it.

Hope to see you there,

Monday, March 19, 2012

IBISWorld added a report on Black Hair Product Manufacturing

OK..the original title was just too long but you get the gist of what I'm trying to say.  Basically we are being researched a little deeper or at least a lot of the products we use on our hair is.  

Let me tell you a little about IBISWorld:

Recognized as the nation’s most trusted independent source of industry and market research, IBISWorld offers a comprehensive database of unique information and analysis on every US

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Just wanna share some lovey, lovely locs (Part 2)

Just wanna share some lovey, lovely locs

Just wanna share some lovey, lovely locs
Just wanna share some lovey, lovely locs
Just wanna share some lovey, lovely locs

Just wanna share some lovey, lovely locs

Just wanna share some lovey, lovely locs

Just wanna share some lovey, lovely locs
All compliments of Tumblr...

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Naturally Flyy Denver Meet-up coming up soon.

Naturally FLYY Denver Presents.......

"This is a man's world"

An all African American male panel discussion.  You don't want to miss the next installment of Naturally FLYY Denver. Find help, encouragement, resources and networking opportunities at this natural hair meet-up.

Naturally FLYY Denver is a natural hair meet-up group for
women who rock or are thinking about rocking their natural hair and everyone in between!

We are the sister natural hair meet-up to Naturally FLYY Detroit!!!

Saturday, March 24th, 2012
2401 Welton St. Denver, CO
The Blair Caldwell African American Research Library
1:30 - 4:30 p.m.
$5.00 at the door $3.00 RSVP discount

*RSVP by March 17th to [email protected] to be on the list!

Vendor and sponsor opportunities still available
Like us on Facebook
The Flyy Tree is growing!
Please send any questions you have to Andrea via [email protected]

Product Review - Ecostyler Olive Oil styling gel

Product Review - Ecostyler Olive Oil styling gel

OK Naturals, I'm not gonna lie when I say I had a hard time tracking Ecostyler Olive Oil Styling Gel down in Denver.  Not the Eco Styling gel so much as the Olive Oil one.  I just assumed when I saw it was at a local Sally's online that it was the Olive oil one but it wasn't.  A little more digging on my part allowed me to find a Sally's with one that wasn't really that far away.  I was excited to say the least.

I have been hearing so many Naturals RAVING about this stuff that I was in need to try it myself.  I've heard some say they use it daily like I use my Kinky Curly Curly Custard so that really got me curious.  It was cheap too so that was a plus when I picked it up a few months ago.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Product Review - Earthly Delight Hair Conditioner

My sister, the slowly reforming product junkie, told me about this conditioner that she found at Whole Foods Market.  She raved about it and wanted me to give it a try.  I hesitated because I'm not a PJ and find my staple products to be awesome enough for me to stick with them and not look outside the box.  Well, I finally took the plunge.

The price was reasonable, it escapes me at the moment, but with tons of products really high at Whole Foods I have to say it's towards the low end.  Its says on the bottle for all hair types but I'm not a fan of something that can be for everybody.  Don't believe that's possible.  We are all too different for one product to work for the masses but I gave it a try anyway.

Product Features
Size: 16 oz
  • All natural pure conditioner with simple ingredients
  • Fortifies the hair shaft and follicle
  • Contributes to stronger, thicker, shinier hair
I couldn't find the company on the web ANYWHERE and I found product reviews about it but not much about the company.  They are out of NY, NY but that's all I've got to say about who makes this natural hair product.  Kind of mysterious don't cha think?

I really have to say I love this conditioner.  It was almost as good as my AO Honeysuckle Rose and it has a light and pleasant scent.  My hands glided through my hair with ease and it did soften the hair very well.  I must say that my sister stopped using it for awhile because it dried out her hair but when I looked at the ingredients I explained to her why that was happening.  It has protein in it so that means use sparingly!  She fell in love with it all over again after I told her that.

The first five ingredients in Earthly Delight Hair Conditioner:

Deionized water
vegetable glycerin
Rice Bran oil
avocado oil
wheatgerm protein

*         Poor rating.  Will not be buying again ever!!
**       Mediocre.  Will not be buying again. 
***     Average.  May or may not buy again.
****   Above average.  Will probably buy again.
***** Excellent!  Will buy again and may become a staple product.

Earthly Delight Hair Conditioner  ****
I really liked this conditioner!  I love the smell and I love, love, LOVE the ingredients.  The only reason it's only above average and not excellent is because I love it a little less than my AO GPB conditioner which also has protein.  Now with both of these conditioners I must use sparingly so that the protein doesn't make my hair brittle so I use them after I shampoo about once a week.  
I was really hoping this was an alternative to my AO Honeysuckle Rose conditioner and with the protein in it, it can't be. So I am still on the hunt for something in that category. I recommend this to anyone with Natural hair to see if you like it especially if you are not a AO fan.  You won't be disappointed.
Take Care Naturals,

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Product Review - Heel to Toe feels like new foot softener

It's wintertime and that means drier skin as well as drier feet.  No, not everyone can afford a pedicure during summer months so you can imagine trying to scrounge up money during the winter months for one even though the climate here in Colorado requires one monthly.  Despite that problem a woman must try and keep her feet soft. With that being said the stores are full of products from foot soaks to foot softeners promising you feet as soft as a baby's.  Come on now.  Some of them have GOT to be lying.

I went to Sally's Beauty Supply a few months ago and came across this line called HEEL to TOE SPA PEDICURE COLLECTION and found the 'feels like new foot softener'.  I did take a quick look at the ingredients and decided to give it a try.  It was a small jar but it cost only $4.99 and thought that wasn't too bad and way cheaper than a pedicure.


Around The Web

© Seriously Natural | Natural Hair, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

This site uses cookies from Google to deliver its services - Click here for information.

Blogger Template Created by pipdig