With the transition of D’aller Naturel to Girl Meets Soul, access to the blog via BlogLovin’ has been updated.
I’ve been featured by the lovely Isle of Azure of Island Kinks! Isle of Azure documents her own natural hair journey, showcases other naturalistas, and shows how different plants, oils and commercial products found in the tropics help keep our tresses healthy and strong. It’s a dynamic blog you’ll be sure to enjoy! Check out the feature here. With Love and Soul.
D’aller Naturel is rebranding to fit the essence of the blog. Discover the new name here.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, D’aller Naturel is hosting its second annual Love Your Tresses Valentine’s Giveaway! Enter to win SheaMoisture products.
I’m hitting the ground running in 2016, and no, I’m not making the traditional new year’s resolutions. I’m making goals for my blog and posting it so that you all keep me accountable!
A look back on your top favorite posts in 2015.
In the dark about the differences between a pre-poo and a deep conditioner? Read on.
Happy Halloween, Everyone!!! The costumes are out, the vibe is spooky, and fall has finally arrived in Virginia! With all the costume ideas out there this year, I decided to not only have some fun at work, but to work a costume around a fabulous protective style: Paying homage to the iconic Janelle Monae, a little extra “umph” to the classic pomp transformed this work look into a perfectly fashionable (and work-appropriate) Halloween statement. How are you rocking your natural hair this Halloween?
Presenting the first reader-submitted Naturalista feature! Please meet the fabulous Kerdisha!
Originally posted on Girl Meets Soul:
This post has been a long time coming–like three months long time coming [insert shame face here]. But since I’ve slightly altered my regimen from the first time I experimented with the pre-poo, I’m going to summarize my review of the initial product combination I tried and update what my actual pre-poo regimen is today. What is a Pre-Poo? Why, I’m glad you asked! Pre-pooing refers to the process of applying oils and/or conditioners to the hair before shampooing. If your hair is low porosity like mine and has a hard time allowing moisture in, a heat source can be used to help the oils and/or conditioners (sometimes a combination of both) penetrate the hair. What Are the Benefits of Pre-pooing? Well, as long as you don’t use a stripping shampoo post pre-poo, the process allows the hair to retain more moisture even after shampooing. Depending on your hair type, this may allow you to (1) skip a deep conditioner if you’re in a rush or just feeling lazy…