Radiant Eyes: D.I.Y. Natural Eye Cream Recipe

We all want that youthful glow, and owning a natural eye cream will truly nourish and rejuvenate your entire face! The most important factor to consider when choosing an eye cream is the ingredients used in the eye cream. Store-bought eye creams contain unnecessary ingredients like fragrances and phthalates, just to name a few, and can cost upwards of $50 or more for a measly 1 OZ jar.

Whip It Real Good: D.I.Y. Whipped Body Butter Recipe and Video Tutorial

Believe it or not you, too, can craft a whipped body butter in five simple steps. Once you have, you'll never go back to store-bought lotion or cream! Why? Because your skin will absorb the whipped body butter like water leaving behind smooth, supple skin. Store-bought lotion is laced with tons of unnecessary and harmful chemicals. Don't believe me? Just look at the label and google the ingredients. Many are linked to cancer, skin diseases and instead of moisturizing your skin it leaves it dry, flaky and parched. Do yourself a solid, and give this D.I.Y. a chance. Your skin will thank you!

Curly Hair PT 3: Three Tips for Flawless Hair

If you haven’t read Part II, go back, right this second, and read it. Trust me, none of this will matter if you don’t. Now, that you’re all caught up, here’s my personal curly hair routine. I truly believe many of the tips and tricks below are universal and will work for many of you.

Before shampooing my hair I do what many curly girls refer to as a pre-poo. Instead of using a store-bought pre-poo, I craft my very own right in my Harlem apartment. My pre-poo is easy to make and is great for ladies who suffer from dry scalp, are looking to grow their mane and would like to hydrate their hair.

Curly Hair PT 2: Products for Flawless Curls

Now, I’m no gossip but I sure am happy to dish out my main tips to help you beautiful ladies step up your curly hair game. Since I began my curly hair journey, I’ve always been asked about the products I use in my hair.  Trust and believe that what you put on your hair is key but what many transitioning and pro-curly girls don’t realize is that there are other important factors involved in whether or not your curls grow. For six years I’ve discovered products, styles and health tips that have worked wonders for my curly mane, and I’m so excited to share them with you all.