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My wishlist

Hi there,  
You know the saying : If wishes were horses beggars would ride? I have a lot of wishes, from a smaller waistline to less hairy legs. Since its obvious genetics has the upper hand in those areas how about I concentrate on wishes I can actually make come true. My hair journey has taken me to heights I never even knew. I've learnt about things like hempseed oil, steamers, tangle teezers, spray bottles, biotin, curl formers and things like that. It seems like new products are created each passing day for naturals like me who want healthier hair. So after just a little much thought I have prepared a wish list of things I would like to acquire in the nearest future for my journey to healthier hair.


 Mixed Chicks Deep Conditioner.
 I have heard so many good things about this moisturising conditioner and I am eager to try it out.


Jamaican black castor Oil
Reviews I've seen testify to its superiority for sealing and encouraging hair growth.

Hair trigger explosive growth elixir
It is said to double or even triple hair growth. Its also great for prepooing and for scalp massages.


A silk scarf
It will help lay my edges down and keep my moisture locked it.

Denman brush
Its said to be great for detangling and for popping curls (cant wait to see how that works out)


 

Such a humble and meek list right?  Here's hoping I get all these before the year runs out :-)




KimB

 
 

 

 

Comments

  1. wish u all d best dear eva since i went natural ive never felt beta with my hair and thanks to u too couldnt believe i could actually have healthy hair!

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    1. Hiya Ogechi, Im so glad your hair journey is working out well for you! I wish you the very best as you embark on this rewarding journey

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  2. Never heard of the 'hair trigger explosive...'
    Should try it out
    I definitely want waist length hair :)

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    1. give it a try hon,im looking forward to your review ;-)

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