Get a look at how pracaxi oil and murumuru butter perform on type 4 curls, coils and kinks.
Looking for a leave-in conditioner with slip? Try this.
A look back on your top favorite posts in 2015.
Dove has been on a #LoveYourCurls Campaign recently. I love their video noting how curly girls have been conditioned to dislike their curls and highlighting how we can change that! The product line featured is their new Dove Quench Absolute, claiming to improve curl moisture and to enhance definition up to 4X. In this review, I use the full line and we’ll see whether it lives up to its claims!
2014 has been a wonderful year. D’aller Naturel made its debut on May 1, 2014 from a simple natural hair and health journey documentation to a budding natural hair care, health and beauty resource (and everything in between!). I want to thank each and every one of you for your support, your insight and your encouragement over the last 7 months. Here’s a look back at some of your favorite posts of 2014!
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.
With summer coming to a close, one would think humidity is no longer a pressing concern for one’s hair. However, if you live in an area where humidity reigns well into the fall months like I do, be sure to refrain from excess humectants.
How to add ombre color to natural and/or transitioning hair yourself.
After purchasing the Freetress Nia Girl half wig, I decided to give a full wig a try. I wanted to get a wig that was similar in style to the crochet style I mostly wear, so I purchased the Freetress Equal Synthetic Lace Front Bebe wig from blackhairspray.com (which, fyi, is having a Fourth of July sale right now). DISCLAIMER: I purchased this wig myself. Neither Freetress nor blackhairspray.com furnished this wig to me nor are they paying me for my opinion on this blog. The wig was decently priced (approx. $28), but I must say that my first impression was disappointment. I purchased the wig in OP430, which is the same color featured on the model. Well, not only was the color not like the model, the wig didn’t really take the shape of the wig on the model either. No matter, I decided to make it work for me. Bebe is a “lace front” wig. And by lace front, they mean, there’s some lace. I wasn’t really expecting the best lace front or …