Hurricane Safety Tips

I know this is not usually you the email you get from a Natural Hair and beauty blogger. However, in light of the inclement weather I think it’s only fitting I pass on some knowledge that has helped me and my family through many hurricanes and storms in the caribbean

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The Art of Breastfeeding

About 2 days after giving birth your Milk sets in and replaces the Colostrum you normally feed you munchkin, and then your breasts become engorged and if you’re not familiar with the word, when that hits your breasts you will sho nuf know what I mean.

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Lillians for #RW2015

Rain brought me to the University of Technology home of Lillian’s Restaurant. I hadn’t seen rain like that in weeks here in Kingston and of course your home girl was dress to the nine for a very dry and sunny day not a wet one.

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Dating is Hard! 

I came across this post from a friend of mine in the British Virgin Islands, Vou. Vou is a Nigerian photographer that I have worked with before at my Natural hair meet-ups. She is living the Caribbean dream of a Natural hair diva enjoying her own creative experiences and spreading her idea of what beauty is. Before I met her in person, we built a great relationship on twitter and from there we started reading each other’s blog posts.

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Reve Wellness Festival 2015 | Natural Hair Talks

With the end of the very hot and humid summer nearing the mood was pre set for Reve Wellness Festival on Saturday August 8, 2015 on the beautiful lawns of Devon House in Kingston Jamaica. The event was in full swing on arrival at about 1pm, the Natural Hair Meet up was a little behind schedule but no worries there was much to see. Along the lawns you could see different vendors showing there wears and some very much appealed to the Naturalista in me. Handmade Bags, clothes and jewellery was essentially the theme, I must gloat that we Jamaicans are by far a very talented artistic bunch. The natural hair meet, up sad to say, was not well attended at all but those that came out made the best of the event and gathered from it all we could. We spoke on our own unique natural hair journey and we were educated on the methods and myths with taking care of our natural hair; and I must say there were a lot of myths. One of the take away from to the event was the personal hair consultation to determine hair type, porosity and any challenges each individual may have in order to advise on a course of action to take care their own natural tresses. The talented and enthusiastic ladies made the afternoon a day of chit chatting on the wows and woes of our journey and ongoing experience with natural hair, the acceptance in todays society and […]

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