Getting back to blogging!

So yes I’m back to blogging. I’ve missed it! So I’m getting back full throttle hopefully I can get a post in everyday.

Some days it’ll be about hair sometimes about life world happenings beauty tips DiY 

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My Easy Steps Of My Wash and Goes


This is after when i co-washed my hair….Then i apply these products in these easy steps…



Blog Feature: Jasmine talks with us about her Natural Hair Journey

This weeks blog feature is Jasmine she talks with us about her natural hair journey. Thanks Jasmine 🙂

Jasmine Gayle


When/Why did you decide to go natural?

I’ve been natural all my life. But I decided to completely wear my hair naturally and go on a natural hair journey in October 2013. I know my whole entire life I have never really liked my natural hair. I always hid it under cornrows and box braids thinking that straight long hair is what’s ‘pretty’. When I realize that was mentality I decided to change that and learn how to take care of my hair and learn that it is beautiful. So…here I am.

How long have you been natural?

I’ve been On my natural hair journey for now 3 months but technically

Why/When did you decide to go Natural?

Technically I’ve been natural all my life. (Except when I was 13) But I decided to go completely natural and have a healthy natural hair journey in October 2013.
When I was 13, my hair fell out from box braids and then my mom relaxed it. It was all short, choppy, and really damaged. Then I would wear corn row extensions for 3 years and my hair grew back, but I grew obsessed with length.
So straightening out my hair damaged and made me loose a lot of my hair and I kept hiding behind corn rows. Eventually I really grew tired of hiding my hair thinking that in its natural state it isn’t pretty. It was time to embrace my hair and learn how to take care of it myself. So…here I am!

Is being natural what you expected? What stage are you at in your natural hair journey?

No being natural is not AT ALL what I expected. I would wake up and go with the corn row extensions in my hair. I never had to take care of it and I really got use to that lifestyle. Being natural, however, is a whole ‘nother lifestyle. I have to wear a cap, moisturize, wash…lots of new responsibilities! But it’s exciting though, to know that the way I’m taking care of it makes it grow. Now as for the stage in my journey, My hair suffered a lot of damage in the back from all the blow-outs and high heat of flat ironing. And the front is still longer than the back. (Uneven Hair Issues) Lol However, I’m now at neck length.

What texture is your hair?

I believe it’s is between….a 4a/4b texture.

How did you transition?

I never really transitioned into going natural hair journey per se. But I did transition from relaxed hair to when I was 13. Which was previously explained. However I didn’t do it cause I wanted natural hair just did it so I could have long hair again.

What are some words of wisdom/advice/ or inspiration you have for any one that may be considering following in your foot steps in to the natural world?

I would say that if you’re thinking about going natural, but too scared to make that plunge. Do it. Be bold. I wouldn’t go back despite the frustration, despite the maintenance, the fear, the everything. And Everything you’re going to want is a process. It’s going to take time. It’s a process. It is going to take time. It is a process. See how many times I said that? Because I know we all get frustrated really easily and Patience is one of the things that isn’t really stressed in the natural hair community. We talk about Tips, Tricks and techniques and we expect that if we do all these things we will get long hair. However, going natural is not a go-natural-get-long-hair-quick thing. Take the process to be a time to get a natural mindset. Take that process to get comfortable with who you are and give yourself time to get there. GIVE YOURSELF TIME TO GET THERE. The rest will come to you and you’ll find out it was worth it.

Where can you be reached via social media?

Curls #naturalhair


I’m on a product rant again!  So I’ve been eyeing this stuff every time I go in Target…And I finally bought some of the line that they cary in the stores…I want to buy the more professional line they sell online which I know would work even better! 
The ones I use in my hair is the curl creme brule and my styler is the goddess curls and I switch up using the cashmere curl jelly every once in a while and for my second day hair is the lavish curls moisturizer…every one of them smells so good! If you haven’t tried their products you should!  I wish I did a long time ago!
In the picture is my 3rd day hair using the curls products…  The best thing with the goddess curls you have a hold but a soft hold you Don’t have to worry about trying to scrunch the crunch….which is another thing I love about the line 🙂