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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 made some as I have been super busy these days. Its great for pre-pooing and it smells soooo yummy.


I was really excited to get my hands on this one. I love the original Cantu Leave-in and since this
one is specifically for natural hair I am really stoked to see what it will feel like on my strands (expect a review soon!)

So there you have it my MINI haul. And that's all I bought....well not all. I might as well confess that these aren't the only things I bought last month. I also bought 2 more bottles of _ _ _ fill in the blanks yourself :-)  Yassss!! You guessed right,VO5 conditioner!! Now I have just 6 bottles of this precious conditioner..Don't judge me :-D



  1. lol i love the collection , i mite as wel get the shae butter for my self.
    A new post is up dear

    1. Thanks doll. Wait to read my review first! Heading over there now :-)

  2. Lol soo true abt d shopping thrill. I end up buying loads of stuff I dont get to use. Nice post KimB

  3. Please what's the price for the coconut oil? I have been searching for that precise product...

  4. I got it with a host of other things from Spar, Lekki. Im not too sure but I think it was about N385.


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