17. 05. 18

Hape Marite

So winter is here again with its gloom and chill, how I dislike winter! If only I could migrate to a tropical place and come back in summer, just like a bird. Anyway this is not going to be a rant about my emotions towards the season. Like me, you spent all summer showing off and playing with your hair, hopping from one hairstyle to another, exposing your ends and even playing with colour, getting stuck or even fed up because you have run out of ideas on what to do next. You may have lost a lot of length too because of the over manipulation. It’s time to give it a rest.a

17. 03. 22

pg 78

…Natural hair journey, the basics.

Hape Marite

I big chopped in 2012 (stopped using the creamy crack), I kept my hair short for that entire year, as I was still contemplating what the heck to do with it. In 2013 I decided to grow it out, I had no idea what I was doing but one thing was clear, I had no intention of using chemicals in my hair.

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17. 05. 18

Normally when we think about fat we ruminate, excessive weight gain and obesity. However, our bodies do require some fat in order to function and that fat can only be attained from the food we consume. According to Fallang Khechane, a Nutritional Therapist (SNHS.UK), when it comes to fat, there's one type you don’t want to cut back on and this is omega-3 fatty acids.

17. 03. 22

Fingernails: you do not likely think much about them unless you are picking out a polish color. Nails are often regarded as a purely aesthetic feature, and the millions spent annually on nail polish can attest to that. Yet, your nails are far more than a platform for bright colors and nail art. But at some point or another, we have probably all seen some strange things happen to our nails, like the appearance of white spots, brittleness, or funky tints. What do these changes at the tips of your fingers mean?

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