I really love raw shea butter. It has done wonders for my skin, especially this winter. My skin was so dry to the point of itching and irritation. Ugochi recommended using raw shea butter and since using it I haven’t looked back. However, since the weather is warming up, pure raw shea butter is a bit thick for me. I needed a lighter mix to use. So, I decided to make my own whipped shea butter mix using some nourishing oils. . .
Earlier this month, Carol’s Daughter invited the Beauty 365 team to learn more about Transitioning Movement.
We learned that more and more women are transitioning from relaxers to natural hair. The relaxed hair market has been rapidly declining. We were informed that is has decreased from over $100 million to $35 million in sales.
Despite the declining market, there is no packaged kit or localized resources addressing the issues involved with transitioning to natural hair. . .
Disclaimer: I am not a hair scientist, cosmetologist, or anything of that sort. However, I do have an extensive science background and I have reviewed a vast amount of literature. With this information, I will explain this topic as clearly as possible.
There’s plenty of talk about hair porosity on the Internet and hair forums but there aren’t always clear explanations of the science. This series is aimed to give you a simple and clear explanation of the science of hair.
Porosity is defined as “the ability to absorb fluids”. It is typically described in relative terms. . .
The UK’s top facial skincare line has crossed the pond and launched their brand in the US and Canada. Last week, they were kind enough to invite the Beauty 365 team to a press event to learn more about their products.
Simple Skin Care was established over 50 years ago in the UK with the aim the provide quality skincare products for sensitive skin. Simple has no dyes, artificial perfumes or harsh irritants that can upset skin. . .
Those of you that frequent Beauty365 know that hair is a huge part of our lives and we dedicate much time to the cause.
Annnnnnd, guess what?? I’m in the process of transitioning my hair AGAIN – for the third time. Hopefully this time I will stick to it and grow my hair out to a comfortable length before I chop off the relaxed part. That will take some time however so now my main concern is keeping my hair healthy and breakage to a minimum. . .