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Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 10:30pm On Aug 19, 2015
Hey naturalistas! I found an amazing way to wash and detangle your hair in 25 MINUTES!!! Yes you read right!! Check out my blog http://beautifullynappy.com/2015/08/17/25-minutes-wash-and-detangle/ for the details!!!! Also dont forget to look at the shop section for any organic products you might need!!!www.beautifullynappy.com/shop
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 6:14pm On Aug 19, 2015
Check out how to wash and detangle your hair in 25 minutes at http://beautifullynappy.com/2015/08/17/25-minutes-wash-and-detangle
Fashion / Re: Products To Grow Long Nigerian Hair!!!! by beautifulynappy(f): 6:13pm On Aug 19, 2015
marieolae:
What about oils like argan oil, castor oil, coconut oil and olive oil?

Those are good oils for hair growth! I sell Argan oil and Castor oil! go to www.beautifullynappy.com/shop
Fashion / Re: Products To Grow Long Nigerian Hair!!!! by beautifulynappy(f): 6:11pm On Aug 19, 2015
detutu1:
hmmm....i just went natural, i am liking it...i think grin I had below shoulder length relaxed hair before i just hope i can grow it to that length and longer in no time or sad angry embarassed lipsrsealed....beautifullynappy your website is dope btw...*thumbs up*

Thank you so much!! I have not been here for a while! But I am back! Check out my new post on how to detangle and wash the hair in 25minutes http://beautifullynappy.com/2015/08/17/25-minutes-wash-and-detangle
Fashion / Re: Do You Have Questions About Hair, Skin And Nails... Am A Cosmetologist. by beautifulynappy(f): 1:31am On Aug 18, 2015
For organic and natural hair and skin products check out www.beautifullynappy.com/shop, get chemical free natural products that are not harmful to your hair and skin! Find out natures answer to promote beautiful skin and long thick hair at affordable prices!!!! Happy shopping guys!
Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 10:22pm On Mar 04, 2015
AfricanFem:
stumbled on this forum. i just have been naturalnfor over 5 years, so i recentky cut my hair because i was tired of detangling and bored.

i have added pictures of my old hair and new cut.


i love how everyone is helping each other other out.

To the people advertising hair products, please put price na

lmao dont we wish we could cut our prices!
Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 10:18pm On Mar 04, 2015
Justfollowit:

I have never experienced split wndst before even I was natural but yet to begin the natural journey.

I got split ends in December after I tried a twist, then a twist out. A friend trimmed it for me with a normal scissors. I was detangling few weeks after in January and I realised that I have gotten it again. My hair has basically been in afro till I decided to plait it last week. I am thinking of getting the right scissors and trim it again this weekend

About my hair

My hair is fineb and curly. It tangles very easily.I can easily detangle it now, style it, then few minutes later loosen the style. I will have to start detangling all over again from the basics if I intend to style it.

Would you say it is my comb(wide tooth comb), because I brush my curls out before styling and it sometimes revert to its natural state or was it because I used the wrong scissor when I had my first trim. Or would you suggest I keep my hair in a particular style rather than in a bun.

I deep condition every time I wash. I use cantu shea butter as leave in and I moisturize everyday.

Hello, regular scissors are fine to trim your hair, or perhaps your friend didnt do it properly. Except you are a using a denman brush I would say its your brush, natural hair shouldnt be brushed. Its safer to use a wide tooth comb to prevent split ends and breakage. smiley
Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 10:15pm On Mar 04, 2015
For amazing organic and natural hair and skin care products check out www.beautifullynappy.com/shop/

Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 12:28am On Feb 26, 2015
theelitan:
Really cool, the natural look. but the one thing too many that one should never forget is the place of products. So the one million question is, what products are you using in maintaining this your beautiful natural textured hair? Plus, what can you recommend to others who wish to start this journey too.

Go to www.beautifullynappy.com/shop/ for products to maintain and grow your natural hair. All the products are 100% natural. We offer a full range of exotic oils, butters, for the hair and skin. We have natural shampoo and conditioners free from chemicals to make sure your hair grows long and healthy!
Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 12:25am On Feb 26, 2015
Check out this new organic hair care range for natural hair. All natural ingredients that are great for moisturizing and strengthening the hair. Have a look at the Midas Natural hair care range :http://beautifullynappy.com/2015/02/25/midas-natural-hair-care-product-review/, products available for purchase at www.beautifullynappy.com/shop/

Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 10:30pm On Jan 22, 2015
Hey guys check out my awesome high quality, affordable natural hair products on www.beautifullynappy.com/shop/

Get products like Jamaican Black castor oil from N1960 etc
Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 10:26pm On Jan 22, 2015
Hello,

This is a quick post which has been inspired by the video I posted below. The video features the insecurities of both white and black children about having curly hair and it then goes on to say that their mothers can teach them to love their hair.

It was interesting to watch for me, because a lot of us naturals have just figured out how to take care of our hair or just figured out that all that “undergrowth” as we say in Nigeria doesn’t need to be relaxed for us to be beautiful. The notion of the need to relax, cover up constantly or change our natural hair came from years of watching our mothers, sisters, aunties and other older women around us, chemically treat their hair and fix weaves in order to be beautiful. Growing up I never had a single natural lady around me to learn from, there was no such thing as taking care of your “natural hair”. It was considered bush or childish. I am glad now that in Nigeria the natural hair trend is gaining ground and I am seeing natural mothers and daughters!

The more we teach our younger sisters, cousins and daughters to love themselves as they are the healthier by learning to love ourselves, the healthier the new generation will be both physically and emotionally.Enjoy the video!!!
Follow this link for the video! http://beautifullynappy.com/2015/01/21/loving-your-curls/
Fashion / Re: Products To Grow Long Nigerian Hair!!!! by beautifulynappy(f): 8:40pm On Jan 16, 2015
Hello,

Genetics and a good diet are very important. However, good hair care is two major things:
1. How you handle your hair to prevent mechanical damage i.e. combing it in sections while damp to avoid breaking your strands.
2. The products you use on your hair to avoid chemical damage, for instance, no matter how great your diet is and how well you handle your hair, if you use Omo or Ariel soap to wash your hair every day it will never grow, this is because the harsh chemicals in strong detergents are very harmful to our hair and scalp causing breaking and other irritations that prevent growth.
So the products we use on our hair are just as important as a our genes. A good diet is obviously essential for great hair.
vivaciousvivi:


I read in some foreign magazine that all these products are simply good forms of marketing and commercialization and that nothing external will ever make hair longer.
Hair growth is only attributed to 3 main things:
1. Good Care
2. Hereditary
3. Good diet

So I dunno.... undecided

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Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 11:36pm On Jan 15, 2015
Amazing butters for your hair and skin available at www.beautifullynappy.com/shop/

1. Avocado Butter: Avocado Butter is great for the hair and skin. It contains vitamins A,C,E,K, These vitamins help to thicken and strengthen your curls, they provide anti-oxidants which condition and moisturize your scalp, hair and skin. They also help reduce hair loss, soften hair and provide a shine for the hair. Furthermore, it contains beta carotene which helps prevents dandruff, encourages hair growth and imparts a healthy glow on the skin. Avocado butter is healing for damaged hair and skin, it functions as a rich natural hair conditioner and it’s also a natural heat protectant.

2. Mango Butter: This is also a rich moisturizing butter full of vitamins A, C and E. It works to combat free radicals found in the sun’s rays and pollution. When applied to the skin mango butter can protect the skin from the sun’s rays and can sooth sunburnt skin. Mango butter also has excellent sealing and moisturizing properties, which means it keeps the hair softer for longer periods. Its high saturated fat content allows it to penetrate the hair cuticle and fortify the hair from within. The vitamins in mango butter also help nourish the hair and scalp, thereby keeping the hair both healthier and longer.

3. Cocoa Butter: Unrefined cocoa butter is an amazing substitute for Shea butter, unlike mango and avocado butter which I find have a very mild scent, cocoa butter has an amazing nutty scent. It melts at body temperature and it’s full of antioxidants which help fight free radicals that cause aging to the skin. This butter is also said to reduce stretch marks, although, I can’t guarantee this because I haven’t used it for that purpose. It provides deep hydration for the hair and skin because it is also high in fatty acids. Cocoa butter contains a plethora of nutrients including calcium, protein (essential for hair growth), potassium etc. It moisturises the scalp without clogging the pores. Due to its high fatty content and nutrition it stimulates hair growth and prevents hair loss, furthermore, like castor oil it increases hair thickness.

4. Murumuru Butter: Its composition of essential fatty acids and Pro-Vitamin A helps restore elasticity to damaged and aging skin. It is also excellent for dry and cracked skin, and useful for healing eczema and psoriasis. Murumuru butter is wonderful for conditioning brittle, dry and damaged hair. It’s also essential for moisture retention as it creates a semi permeable barrier that is said to prevent moisture loss when applied to wet hair. It keeps our kinky curls soft, supple and shinning.

Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 11:34pm On Jan 15, 2015
Check out my blog for information on chemicals that might be damaging your hair!!!!

http://beautifullynappy.com/2015/01/15/10-chemicals-dangerous-to-your-hairhealth-and-skin/
Fashion / Re: Products To Grow Long Nigerian Hair!!!! by beautifulynappy(f): 11:31pm On Jan 15, 2015
Check out the blog for information on ingredients that might be causing damage to your hair and skin:
http://beautifullynappy.com/2015/01/15/10-chemicals-dangerous-to-your-hairhealth-and-skin/
Fashion / Re: Products To Grow Long Nigerian Hair!!!! by beautifulynappy(f): 10:37pm On Jan 15, 2015
Jj222:
Can i buy frm u and resale. Pls u tell me d price of it.

yes you can please email me on beautifullynappy@gmail.com so I can discuss the wholesale price with you.
Fashion / Re: Products To Grow Long Nigerian Hair!!!! by beautifulynappy(f): 9:39pm On Jan 15, 2015
Butters that improve hair growth, elasticity and softness, available at www.beautifullynappy.com/shop
1. Avocado Butter: Avocado Butter is great for the hair and skin. It contains vitamins A,C,E,K, These vitamins help to thicken and strengthen your curls, they provide anti-oxidants which condition and moisturize your scalp, hair and skin. They also help reduce hair loss, soften hair and provide a shine for the hair. Furthermore, it contains beta carotene which helps prevents dandruff, encourages hair growth and imparts a healthy glow on the skin. Avocado butter is healing for damaged hair and skin, it functions as a rich natural hair conditioner and it’s also a natural heat protectant.

2. Mango Butter: This is also a rich moisturizing butter full of vitamins A, C and E. It works to combat free radicals found in the sun’s rays and pollution. When applied to the skin mango butter can protect the skin from the sun’s rays and can sooth sunburnt skin. Mango butter also has excellent sealing and moisturizing properties, which means it keeps the hair softer for longer periods. Its high saturated fat content allows it to penetrate the hair cuticle and fortify the hair from within. The vitamins in mango butter also help nourish the hair and scalp, thereby keeping the hair both healthier and longer.

3. Cocoa Butter: Unrefined cocoa butter is an amazing substitute for Shea butter, unlike mango and avocado butter which I find have a very mild scent, cocoa butter has an amazing nutty scent. It melts at body temperature and it’s full of antioxidants which help fight free radicals that cause aging to the skin. This butter is also said to reduce stretch marks, although, I can’t guarantee this because I haven’t used it for that purpose. It provides deep hydration for the hair and skin because it is also high in fatty acids. Cocoa butter contains a plethora of nutrients including calcium, protein (essential for hair growth), potassium etc. It moisturises the scalp without clogging the pores. Due to its high fatty content and nutrition it stimulates hair growth and prevents hair loss, furthermore, like castor oil it increases hair thickness.

4. Murumuru Butter: Its composition of essential fatty acids and Pro-Vitamin A helps restore elasticity to damaged and aging skin. It is also excellent for dry and cracked skin, and useful for healing eczema and psoriasis. Murumuru butter is wonderful for conditioning brittle, dry and damaged hair. It’s also essential for moisture retention as it creates a semi permeable barrier that is said to prevent moisture loss when applied to wet hair. It keeps our kinky curls soft, supple and shinning.

There it is! Have a blessed day all! xx

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Fashion / Re: Products To Grow Long Nigerian Hair!!!! by beautifulynappy(f): 9:33pm On Jan 15, 2015
Beautiful photos of natural hair

Fashion / Products To Grow Long Nigerian Hair!!!! by beautifulynappy(f): 9:29pm On Jan 15, 2015
Whether relaxed or natural,Nigerian hair can grow long and beautiful. Check out my blog www.beautifullynappy.com for tips on how to grow hair. Also check out the products section www.beautifullynappy.com/shop/ for products that encourage hair growth without damaging your hair. Follow me and also post photos of beautiful hair and ask questions!!! You can also contact me on beautifullynappy@gmail.com

Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 10:16am On Jan 12, 2015
Check out http://beautifullynappy.com/shop/ for products to take of your gorgeous natural hair
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 12:40pm On Dec 19, 2013
phaya: Hi @beautifulnappy sent u a mail n haven't gotten a reply....

Hello, I have recently replied all emails, did you send the email to beautifullynappy@gmail.com?
Fashion / Re: Beauty Of Natural Hair Thread :) by beautifulynappy(f): 9:35am On Dec 07, 2013
hey everyone for tips on caring for your lovely natural hair! Check out my blog, its a work in progress but I have gotten to help lots of people and learn from them as well so have a look at: www.beautifullynappy. for natural hair care tips smiley. I have really loved the threads on this about big chops, if you have just done a big chop this blog would be useful for you too smiley
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 6:24pm On Dec 06, 2013
Hey guys, check out my latest post in the link below on anti dandruff remedies, I have been getting alot of those questions recently! Have a lovely day everyone

http://beautifullynappy./2013/12/06/187/
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 4:30pm On Dec 06, 2013
koyes:
Thank you for the tips. I'll comb markets and stores to find these essential oils. Wish me luck.

You are welcome! I wish you plenty of luck. You can start your search in Health Plus and Medplus for the oils and vitamins. Some of our markets are the best place to find shea butter and even coconut oil. Also, I don know if your hair is chemically altered, but if it is, perhaps you might need to reduce harsh chemical treatments like relaxers, I know relaxers always burnt my scalp.
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 9:06pm On Dec 05, 2013
Tip of the Day

For everyone wishing to grow their hair, please stay away from heat. Blowdry your hair a maximum of once a month and straighten your hair even less. Heat dries the hair and scalp and causes breakage. Straighteners are known to burn your hair right off your head! So if you are a heavy heat user, try and cut down and stretch your hair in other ways like twists, threading etc.

Have a nice day all
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 8:58pm On Dec 05, 2013
koyes: Right from when i was little,i've alwaysed had thin, scanty and short hair. Once it grows to an extent,it starts breaking. I admit i've made mistakes with my hair when relaxing,braiding and weaving it. I've observed that i'm gradually losing my frontal hair even when i've stopped relaxing my hair often and use shea butter as my hair cream. I've learnt alot from your previous posts but i need an exact fast remedy to reverse hair loss and thining. Thank you.

1. If you are always doing tight hair styles please stop, because every time we over pressure our scalp by pulling our hair we cause hair loss, and if we do this repeatedly then permanent hair loss can sometimes occur. Dont do your matting, braids, weaves and even packing tightly. Try and even avoid the front of your hair because picking it will make it worse. Just let your scalp relax.
2. You should start using a gentle natural shampoo. The easiest one to be found in Nigeria is Dudu Osun, it contains many natural ingredients that are good for the hair. After you shampoo your hair, as a conditioner mix: sheabutter, avocado (ripe), aloe vera gel (preferably the raw one from the plant), coconut oil and rose mary oil (5-10 drops) and put it in your hair, cover with a plastic cap and leave it in your hair for about 30mins to 1 hour. After you wash this off while your hair is damp rub castor oil (Castor oil is excellent for improving hair volume) on your hair. These products, will moisturise and strengthen you hair and encourage protein retention in your hair. Hiar is made of protein so protein is necessary for growth. Also rosemary oil is known to stimulate growth. Always wash your hair in sections, as this reduces hair loss when detangling
3. Comb your hair ONLY with a wide tooth comb, ONLY when its damp with some oil in it, and divide your hair in sections and gently comb from the tips to the roots. This will dramatic reduce hairloss and breakage from the roots and encourage thickness.
4. If you have always had hair like this, perhaps its something to do with your diet. Healthy eating habits play an important role in hair growth. Take vitamin B complex, Omega 3,6 and 9 for healthy hair growth. Eat lots of green vegetables, fruits, fish, avocado, eggs etc. These food encourage hair growth, healthy hair begins especially with a good diet, the more nutrients your body has the more your hair will grow.
5. Sleep with a satin scarf always to preserve the hair u have and prevent the materials of your pillow from drying the hair.
6. You can use dilute 1 Cup of Apple Cider vinegar with 2 Cups of water and spray on your hair and scalp, massage it into your scalp at least once a week and rinse of. This will clarify your scalp of product buildup over the years and encourage growth. You can also do this everytime before you shampoo and condition your hair.
7. Moisturise your hair with water first then coconut oil mixed with castor oil daily to improve elasticity, protein retention and thickness.
8. Be very gentle with your hair. Try and avoid the harsh chemicals in already creams, shampoos and conditioners like sulphate, petroleum, alcohol and parabens.

Also, apply coconut oil or jojoba oil to your scalp is also good to combat hair loss. In time your hair would improve, just be patient. I hope I have helped. Have a look at my blog www.beautifullynappy. for more tips on scalp care and homemade conditioners, do let me know if you have more questions.

Have a blessed day
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 12:29pm On Dec 05, 2013
CaptCindie: hello nappy,I really need suggestions on how to make my hair long,its n the average level,but I want it longer,pls what can I use?

Hello, the basics are the same, but I will do a more detailed post after I am done studying for my exam. Several people have asked this question and here is my response:

1. Moisturize: Spray water first, the seal the water in with an oil or butter (sheabutter etc). Dry hair will always break of, and water is our only source of moisture all other hair oils are sealants or grease.
2. Sleep with a satin cap: Helps preserve moisture and prevents your hair from breaking (i.e. prevent the harsh material in our bed sheets from drying and pulling out our hair strands)
3. Stay way from bad chemicals: In order words try and be as natural as possible, many products in already made shampoos, conditioners and creams are bad for our hair such as alcohol, petroleum jelly, parabens, silicons etc. I dont have the energy to go through all the ingredients so I shampoo(wash) and condition with 100% natural things and use natural oils and butters only. A good natural shampoo easily available in Nigeria is Dudu Osun.
4. Comb your hair while its damp with a wide tooth comb: Combing hair dry breaks the hair and makes your scalp hurt. Also using small combs pull our too much hair, which makes our hair scanty.
6. Section your hair before your comb it: Divide your hair into manageable sections, then dampen your hair and comb it from tip to root. This reduces are loss and improves thickness.
7. Low manipulation: Leave your hair alone, dont brush or comb it to often or change styles to often. Keep it in a protective style for at least 2-3 weeks. Protective styles include braids, weaves, twists and simple updos
8. Eat right and drink lots of water: Dark green vegetables like spinach, avocado, eggs, fruits are essential for healthy hair. Hair growth starts from within. Also take vitamin supplements like Vitamin B complex or Vitamin A-Z to make sure you get all the nutrients necessary to grow thick long hair.

Have a look at my blog for more details on scalp care, recipes and length retention tips :

www.beautifullynappy.

If you have any specific questions in particular let me know at beautifullynappy@gmail.com

Have a nice day
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 12:26pm On Dec 05, 2013
maureenkell: Pls my front hair have cut finish wat will i do pls

Try not to do tight hair styles. One of the major causes of frontal hair loss is tight hair. When you hair is pulled too tightly in any style its creates pressure on the scalp that results in hair loss from the roots and breakage. When your hair is braided, make sure the hair stylist picks the hair gently, make sure they dont sew your weaves tightly and dont pack your hair tightly either. Try massaging the area with coconut oil daily, or you can mix the coconut oil with some rosemary oil as well. Any style that puts pressure on your scalp will eventually cut your hair
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 12:21pm On Dec 05, 2013
joshmoy: ok ama guy and i want to gow my hair

Guy hair care is the same as girl if you are trying to grow it. www.beautifullynappy.com have a look for tips.
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 12:20pm On Dec 05, 2013
obillyj:

Dudu Osun as in the soap? which conditioner do use with that?

There is no specific conditioner for dudu osun or any other shampoo. You can check my blog for different home made conditioner recipes I find they are the best:

http://beautifullynappy./category/home-made-hair-recipes/
Fashion / Re: Grow Your Natural Hair Long by beautifulynappy(f): 3:22pm On Dec 04, 2013
CaptCindie: hello nappy,I really need suggestions on how to make my hair long,its n the average level,but I want it longer,pls what can I use?

1. Moisturize: Spray water first, the seal the water in with an oil or butter (sheabutter etc). Dry hair will always break of, and water is our only source of moisture all other hair oils are sealants or grease.
2. Sleep with a satin cap: Helps preserve moisture and prevents your hair from breaking (i.e. prevent the harsh material in our bed sheets from drying and pulling out our hair strands)
3. Stay way from bad chemicals: In order words try and be as natural as possible, many products in already made shampoos, conditioners and creams are bad for our hair such as alcohol, petroleum jelly, parabens, silicons etc. I dont have the energy to go through all the ingredients so I shampoo(wash) and condition with 100% natural things and use natural oils and butters only. A good natural shampoo easily available in Nigeria is Dudu Osun.
4. Comb your hair while its damp with a wide tooth comb: Combing hair dry breaks the hair and makes your scalp hurt. Also using small combs pull our too much hair, which makes our hair scanty.
6. Section your hair before your comb it: Divide your hair into manageable sections, then dampen your hair and comb it from tip to root. This reduces are loss and improves thickness.
7. Low manipulation: Leave your hair alone, dont brush or comb it to often or change styles to often. Keep it in a protective style for at least 2-3 weeks. Protective styles include braids, weaves, twists and simple updos
8. Eat right and drink lots of water: Dark green vegetables like spinach, avocado, eggs, fruits are essential for healthy hair. Hair growth starts from within. Also take vitamin supplements like Vitamin B complex or Vitamin A-Z to make sure you get all the nutrients necessary to grow thick long hair.

Have a look at my blog for more details on scalp care, recipes and length retention tips :

www.beautifullynappy.

I think I am going to do another blog post on this because I have gotten lots of questions on this today.

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