Directions for use: Used to promote healthy hair growth. Apply every 2-3 days or as needed. Shake Well. Apply to fingertips then to the scalp or beard. Massage into scalp/beard for 30 seconds or more. Use as necessary. Hot Oil Treatment: apply to scalp and sit under hooded dryer.
Caution: May stain clothing (Moringa is dark green in color)
I truly believe our wedding had the most beautiful women in the world!! I have some of best friend/family PERIOD! I love them all so much and I truly appreciate each and and everyone of them coming for showing love and uplifting us on our special day! Real sisterhood is hard to come by and I’m blessed God has kept us in touch! We partied,laughed and hugged it out right where we last left off!!! Thank my beautiful queens ❤️❤️❤️❤️ #blackgirlmagic#melanin#blackbrides#blackqueensrock#blackgirlsrock
Summer stylespiration 😍!
Lovely way to spice up your looks easily.
One tip for those of us who would use those mini rubber bands, .
Use a little oil on them so they do not snag on your hair,
When taking them out, create a space in between your hair and the band, put a scissors and snip the band only (you don't want to pull the band through the length of your hair to minimize tangles/breakage.
Last but not the least and this is important before you do any styling,
Make sure your hair is properly hydrated and moisturized to make the process easier while keeping your hair nourished and protected.
You can use the @velveteenyou set that includes the:
*Daily hydrating and soothing tea mix,
*7 in 1 leave in froyo milk and
*Hydrating whipped butter for your three step method.
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Two of our faves are working on a project together via @shadow_act “Dee Rees has set her next project.
She will direct the fantasy musical, The Kyd's Exquisite Follies, which is based upon her original idea and her own script. Rees is coming off of two acclaimed films, the 2015 HBO film, Bessie, which got two Emmy nominations, and Netflix's Mudbound, which received four Oscar nominations.
Her upcoming film, another awards contender, will be Netflix's The Last Thing He Wanted, starring Anne Hathaway, Ben Affleck, Rosie Perez, Willem Dafoe and Edi Gathegi.
According to Deadline, who first broke the news of The Kyd's Exquisite Follies, the film is "described as a swirling, futuristic roller-coaster journey of a young musician who catapults herself from the anonymity of her hometown of Same Ol’, Same Ol’ to the bright lights and plastic sights of the fabled It City in search of stardom." Santigold will compose music for the film.
Rees said, “I was inspired by the AfroPunk and SteamFunk scenes and want to re-imagine the whole Follies genre for today, lift it out of the problematic tropes of the past and invest it with a queer, edgy energy. My favorite musical as a kid growing up was The Wiz, but ironically I generally hated musicals. Which is why I wanted to take this on and write something original — to try and do something unexpected with the form — make a musical for people who hate musicals. It’s gonna be fun It’s been an absolute dream being in the studio with Santigold. She’s an artist I’ve admired and wanted to work with for a long time— she’s such a creative producer and has a vast range of styles and references. She’s a genius and the music we’re making is exciting as hell. People are gonna be surprised. I can’t wait.”
Taking care of natural hair can be a real hustle. I've been struggling to care for it and I miss styling it in cool funky hairstyles like I used to do a lot in school. Recently during a bad hair day, someone asked me why I still bother to keep my hair natural. I actually felt bad because I LOVE my natural hair and would never think of relaxing it. I'm vowing to give it more attention and show it off in all its beauty and glory. This is a look I came up with and filmed today while trying to see different ways I can style my wash and go's.( Video to follow in a few. )I think this look is perfect for the workplace, what do you think?
I’ve never discussed mysticism here because those topics can be quite polarizing. So, this is a scary post for me to write. Please stay with me till the end and share your thoughts in the comments.
My personal view on all things ~magic~ is that they are tools to connect with each other and ourselves. I believe this makes mysticism more accessible because it doesn’t require anything to be accepted as fact, but rather it requires deep engagement with the self. For example, don’t believe tarot cards predict the future (but if you do, I deeply respect that) but rather guide and inspire that future—a card I pull provides a fresh and unique vantage point from which to consider my life and life’s circumstances. And is that not its own sort of future prediction? If I pull a card and commit to carrying that cards message, then in a way the card did create that future.
For the past few days my mental health has been in a tough place, I’ve been pretty depressed. So, last night basking in the glow of the strawberry moon I did a three card tarot reading. The final card I pulled was meant to illuminate my future. I pulled “The Fool,” a card with themes of spontaneity, innocence, leaping from the nest, excitement, naïveté, and inexperience.
Like many Black women, growing up (and to this day) I was not allowed to be naïveté or innocent. I was (and still am) expected to know everything, have it together, be strong, and take care of others—and l did. But this summer I am naïveté and innocent. I am a tiny baby relative to who I will become. I don’t have to go back to my childhood to find my beginning, I can be born today and every day. And at this moment I’m eating brie and bread and Swedish Fish for breakfast while watching Goosebumps.
As I said, I’ve never done a post like this and would love your feedback. What are your thoughts on mysticism? And might you find strength in “The Fool” as well?
Yesterday, during the #FullMooninSagittarius I finally completed the storage box for my healing crystals 😍 I created it from piece of cardboard that came with my new comforter set in an attempt to recycle ♻️ natural resources.
I enjoyed pouring my love and creativity into this diy project, so much that I’ve decided why not create two more for a giveaway?
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Gemini ~ I wanted to take some pics that depicted the Gemini, and I thought double exposed phots would be a pretty dope way to capture it. The cool thing about art is the ability to make you feel something just by looking at or experiencing it.
My friend and I were talking about these pics and how it looks like I am fighting with myself. Funny thing this whole year has been about growth and just being the best me possible and moving with best and purest intent. Many times you have to look within and face yourself. Shoot maybe you gotta fight yourself 🤷🏽♀️ it’s about the growth and the process.
What does this pic make you feel?!
Muse: @jas.tot (me)
Some days, it’s good to set the bar low just to give yourself a pat on the back.
Last week you remembered to cancel that trial period subscription that was about to start charging your card.
Today you got the ratio of soup to pounded yam perfect and they both finished at the same exact time.
I'm taking on a personal challenge. Today, I'm going to own my narrative. I’m not apologizing for anything today.
I'm sorry; I was swamped = Thank you for your patience
I'm sorry; I didn't know = That wasn't clear to me.
I'm sorry; I'll get right on that = I'll get that done by ____.
I'm sorry; I'll fix it = What changes would you like to see?
I'm sorry you feel that way = I understand. Is there anything I can do?
Who'll join me in the #SORRYNOTSORRYCHALLENGE ? #notsorry#NoMoreApologizing#womeninleadership .
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