Happy Hump Day (3/27/13)! This week’s twist-out is brought to you by Entwine Couture. I figured if I’m gonna be on this no-buy and plan to get off of it, I might as well start using even the fancy items that I’ve been shelving for special occasions (like many of those have come by lately, lol!)
Sunday night I had a bad clash of the hair product fragrances after washing my hair. (note to self: the LaBella Body Care Curl Royale hair cream in Sugar Cookie and the SheaMoisture Curl & Style Milk DO NOT work well together), so Monday night I rinsed it out and reached for the Entwine Couture, using the Butter Creme Hydrator and the Creme Jelle Styler, and realized that this line works better on my damp or dry hair than my wet hair, because Tuesday morning my hair wasn’t even all the way dry and the shrinkage and frizz factor was crazy.
Last night I re-twisted my hair with just the Butter Creme Hydrater, and this morning I untwisted using the argan oil. Voila! This morning’s curls. One thing about having different product lines is remebering how they all work. This one I hadn’t used in quite some time, so I know now.
wakeema hollis is everything
Juana Burga photographed by Mario Testino for Vogue Paris April 2013.
Miley Cyrus is working with Snoop Dog.
And to promote her new project, she’s taking over twerking.
Black women can’t have or do NOTHIN without a white woman coming to colonize it.
#MCTwerkTeam is RACIST because twerking gets white women fame, but Black women get shamed.
Three-day twist-out using the pineapple method. Holding up well, so I’m shooting for another two days. I used my Oyin Handmade Hair Dew and Beija Flor Creme Brûlée on wash day four days ago, and haven’t added any additional product since (will probably do so tonight). Love how moisturized my hair has stayed!
This is a natural curl hairstyle I created when I cut my lox off 5 years ago. I’ve been rocking it ever since with the exception of coloring it blonde. It’s called Goddess-Coils, a finger curl.
“Einstein, when he arrived in America, was shocked at how Black Americans were treated. “There is separation of colored people from white people in the United States,” he said. “That separation is not a disease of colored people. It is a disease of white people. And, I do not intend to be quiet about it.” And, he wasn’t.
Although he had a fear of speaking in public, he made all the effort he could to spread the word of equality, denouncing racism and segregation and becoming a huge proponent of civil rights even before the term became fashionable. Einstein was a member of several civil rights groups (including the Princeton chapter of the NAACP).
Happy Birthday Albert Einstein!”
Source: Craig Lowery II for Last Words.