A look back on your top favorite posts in 2015.
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…
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.
How to add ombre color to natural and/or transitioning hair yourself.
One of the main problems l face as a transitioner, is adequately blending textures. Sometimes even wearing your hair in a simple ponytail can highlight just how different both textures are. My husband thinks that I’m wearing a hair piece when I put my hair in a ponytail or bun because it literally looks like different hair (how embarrassing!) That’s when I decided that actually wearing a hair piece would look more natural. Wearing a curly-textured ponytail can provide the adequate blending needed, while simultaneously providing protection for your ends (and it’s perfect for the everyday professional). I purchased this ponytail for $8.99 at blackhairspray.com. It is best worn with an incredibly high bun–practically a top knot. I tried wearing it towards to back of my crown and it didn’t look natural at all because of the location of the drawstring. If you purchase this piece, just remember: the higher, the better. To achieve this sleek look, I used Creme of Nature Perfect Edges with Argan Oil. Quick product review I’ve never been a …