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Hello guys,
  This post is actually a double treat for me because It's about 2 things I am crazy about - blogs and natural hair ;-) I think bloggers are amazing because they share so much of their life, experiences, advice and routines with the world for free. I know I am not alone when I say that I have learnt so much about life, beauty, hair, make-up, style and a lot more, just by reading blogs. Free education from the comfort of my home...nothing beats that! And from my blog name you already know  how I feel about natural hair ;-)) Mix up the 2 and this post was conceived.
  This is a list of 5 of my favourite Nigerian bloggers with natural hair. Mind you, they are not natural hair bloggers per se, they blog about a host of other things (with a sprinkling of hair stuff once in a while). Enjoy!

I love Sisi Yemmie! Her blog is one of my favourite Nigerian blogs. She blogs about EVERYTHING- Food, Places, Relationships, Hair, Technology, Fashion, you nam…


Hi guys,  I have been dying to go for a natural hair meet-up since I returned to natural. I read the blog posts and drool over the pictures but I have never had the opportunity to be physically part of one. This weekend it's finally happening. The NATURALS IN THE CITY 8 meet-up is here :-)) Thankfully I have been able to squeeze out some time to make sure I attend. Here is the flyer: There are going to be awesome giveaways, hair tutorials and lots and lots of shopping. I almost cannot wait!!!! I hope you will be able to come too... KimB


Hi guys,
     I was really happy to get my hands on this product because the original one is  my absolute favourite leave-in. I figured since this one is from Cantu and had "Natural" on the label it would be a perfect for my hair. After months of praying and fasting(lol) I finally got it from Olori. Here's my honest review:

Meet the product:

Product claims:
 An intensive deep penetrating leave in cream conditioning treatment that is made with 100% pure Shea butter and other natural oils. When used daily it helps promote strong long healthy hair. Made with 100% pure shea butter and formulated without chemicals or harsh ingredients , Cantu for natural hair restores your real authentic beauty . Embrace our curly, kinky or wavy hair with Cantu for natural hair.
Ingredients: Water, Cetearyl Alcohol, Canola Oil, Stearalkonium Chloride, Diecetyldimonium Chloride , Glycerine, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) and a host of other tongue twisting ingredients.
 Apply to towel …


Hello guys,
    I love buying stuff! And I know many of you experience the rush I feel when I get home and lay my purchases on the bed for closer inspection. In these days of my healthy hair journey I am constantly looking out for hair products that my hair will love (remember my love affair with VO5?) I made a few purchases last month and here there are:

So I finally got perm rods. Thing is I didn't know what the sizes written on the website I ordered them from stood for, so I got them in various sizes. I will get more soon to complete each set (I'm thinking 60 0f each) and when I do,be ready for tutorials! I cant wait to try the perm rod set and the popular twist and curl method that has been trending on Instagram for a while.

This one was unintentional. I asked someone to check Park n Shop AKA Spar for the semi solid coconut oil and when he couldn't find that he bought this one. If you remember, I make my own Coconut oil but its been a while since I…

How to create a a sleek faux bun with short natural hair!!!!

Hi people!
   So its been a while since my last post and I apologize. I have been all kinds of busy but I have got something really cool for you all today. I haven't really done any hairstyle posts on this blog  because in my bid to retain length I just cornrow and throw on a wig. I have been doing that for months with the random Afro-puff thrown in once in awhile but this week I just wasn't  in the mood for any of my wigs. I decided to finally do something I have been dying to do: a faux bun!! Its super easy just follow the steps below and you'll be rocking your faux bun in a couple of minutes :-)

                           Preparing my hair

I stretched my hair with my cornrows first. I took out the braids then moisturised and sealed:

 I sectioned my hair into 2 parts. I started from the front section. I added some Ecostyler gel, brushed it lightly with a toothbrush and pulled it into a bun on the top of my head:

 After I was done with the front, I brushed up the back and…