I love the feeling of confidence and knowing that I look presentable. I believe good, healthy and long hair brings confidence to a woman. Beauty itself brings confidence to a woman and how you carry yourself. Fortunately my name is also Grace which despite its Christian meaning, is defined as simple elegance and refinement of movement so it inspired the name for my blog. What inspired me the most is being independent and knowing that i can only be satisfied with something when i do it myself. Due to this i do my own hair and I love it. I am usually searching for hair videos on youtube and i got inspired by tastepink who had multiple videos on protective styling as well as peakmill who is from Nigeria, not forgetting Carol Nyazika from Zim. I am 22 years of age and I love nature and food. Currently I am in Law school but whenever I get some time on my hands i will use it to share with you some great tips and also my hair journey.
It has been a while since my last blog post but I’m back. I’m excited to share this routine for my wash days along with the product I used.It seems to be working well for me so far so I thought I should share. Continue reading “Completely change your wash day routine with the new Tresemme botanique shampoo and conditioner.”
So I noticed a lot of women find comfort in owning as many wigs as possible for versatility. I’ve always been skeptical now I’ve joined the family because I want to have a better access to my hair than I have with weaves.
In this post I’m going to explore all the good things about owning a wig and how to use this wig correctly without damaging the hairline. Continue reading “Wig regimen can save your hair if done right.. “
Hey there, I have decided its time to judge this product in depth as I have been using it for the past 6 months. This is definetly a decent amount of time to have noticed the pros and cons of a product though I was very quick to see good results and decided to share them right away. Continue reading “6 month trial for virgin hair fertilizer and good growth…..”
I know this may not be the first time you have heard of amla. But with all due respect to those who haven’t or think they don’t know enough, then thank God for me cause im in the mood to talk amla today. Continue reading “Let’s talk amla”
So we all know faux locs have been trending for quite some time now and I admit I am one of those girls who are forever crushing on it. Luckily my little sister loves them also and was ready for a trial. So I wanted to give them a try and see if they really are worth the hype. So I will just give a slight breakdown on what you need and just the process.. Continue reading “Faux locs……yay or nay”
Just a quick update on what I have in my hair at the moment. Continue reading “What is in my hair at the moment current regimen”
Here are my tried and tested remedies to avoid an itchy scalp without breaking the bank… Continue reading “Say goodbye to itchy scalp…”
My nape hair is now bra strap length..
So here’s my quick tips for every woman out there trying to transition hair to its natural state. I’m so excited and I’m ready to just get started. Continue reading “Tips for transitioning to natural hair..”
Throughout the years of studying what goes well with my hair I finally came to the conclusion that our own soap from africa is great for my hair. Honestly I don’t ask for more because I am now settled. Most of you may have heard about the African Black soap, dudu osun. Continue reading “No I dont use shampoo and I love it!”