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Hair styling and products

I accomplished this style (braid out) with Carol's Daughter "Healthy Hair Butter" and "Shea Butter". I also used a bit of Chi-Silk Infusion.

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EvesTreats.com said…
I love your hair, it looks so soft and beautiful. What's your favorite hairstyle?
Ms. Love said…
Hi Eve! Thank you so much:) My favorite hairstyle has got to be a pinned-up braid out... Well, for now anyway.
There is always something new and cool to try with natural hair!
Lisa said…
I happen to agree with Eve on this picture your hair really do look soft and pretty. But i do have one question how long did you keep your braids up to make it like that if you don't mind telling me?????
Ms. Love said…
Thanks Lisa! I normally braid my hair at night and take it down the next morning. But this time, I got lazy and braided it at (like) 8am and I took it down at (like) 1p. So, my hair was braided for like 5 hours. And NP, ask away:)
Lil Josh said…
How are you doing Ms. Love first off i just wanted to tell you your hair always looks nice.... I did wanted to ask u a question.... I'm from the chi and i write and do my own music i just wanted to ask you if you don't mind if you could put one of my songs or videos on your page? I almost forgot but Eve i took a look at your website and i have to tell you i really love what you have going on good luck on your business everything looks GREAT and FRESH!!

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Ms. Love's 5 Natural Hair Tips =)

1. Moisture



Water is the best form of moisture, but water dries up… So be sure to seal the moisture! When purchasing setting creams/gels/butters, make sure that the first ingredient is water!


Bonus: If your hair is short of moisture, it will become very unruly. It is also more prone to split ends and breakage! Moisture is VERY important. Keep that hair moisturized!


2. Sulfate-Free Shampoo


Sulfate strips our hair of natural oils leaving it very dry and brittle. You want to use a moisturizing shampoo that will hydrate your scalp (and that is sulfate-free).


Bonus: Most natural/organic shampoos are sulfate-free.
It is okay to comb a coat of conditioner through your hair before shampooing.


3. Conditioner


Apply the most amount of conditioner to the ends of your hair, they’ve been on your head the longest, so they are the driest!


Bonus: Add your favorite oil to your conditioner (jojoba, coconut, olive).
Do not rinse conditioner out completely, leave a tad bit in your hair before styling.


4. Wash hair…