Honey is packed with vitamins and minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium, sulphur, iron, zinc and vitamins B1, B2, B3, which aid in hair growth. It is also used as a humectant in many natural hair and skin care products ... Read More »
Category Archives: Mixtress in the Kitchen
By Chinwe of Hair and Health With there being a multitude of recipes for whipped butter on the inter...
Kiianah of Rockin’ It Napptural writes… Coconut milk is one of my favorite staple produc...
By NaturallyCurly Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Give your hair a treat this year...
Vegetable Glycerin Recipe by NaturalNina Hanging with the lovely NaturalNina (black dress) I’v...
by Kiianah of Rockin’ It Napptural Cinnamon is scientifically known as Cinnamomumzeylanicum, a...
Kiianah of Rockin’ It Napptural writes… ♨ Black Tea is highly beneficial for the hair an...
Since the beginning of time, black women all over the globe have been whipping up recipes using natu...
By Jc of The Natural Haven Coconut oil is one of the few discoveries that I rave about endlessly. It...
by Kiianah of Rockin’ It Napptural Beer* for hair? Yep, you read it correctly! Beer can liven up those kinks by adding body and luster! Using beer* in your hair is a great way to replenish moisture. In addition, beer ... Read More »
by Destri of TheMotherHuddle One of the first things we learned in cosmetology school was how to do a scalp treatment, and for good reason. For all the benefits they provide, I think it’s crazy they aren’t a regular part of ... Read More »
By Chinwe of Hair and Health With there being a multitude of recipes for whipped butter on the internet, it can be difficult to decide which one to try. Well here are four different recipes that I recommend viewing first: 1. ... Read More »
By BlackGirlLongHair Do you have issues with shampoo? Are you feeling like you need something a little stronger than a cowash? Maybe you just want to try something more natural, with ingredients you can pronounce…and without breaking the bank. Whatever ... Read More »
Rinse and restore your curls with this ultra soothing recipe. Great for restoring shine and helping to thoroughly rinse out any remaining product. But not only that, it’s calming and soothing and will relieve not only muck but stress. Sold ... Read More »
ACV, is the acronym used for Apple Cider Vinegar. It’s a natural procedure often used on hair to help clarify the hair and rid it of build up caused by the use of hair products, and just natural elements we ... Read More »
This conditioner is awesome for treating dandruff without making your hair feel too oily. Ingredients: 3 tablespoons of pure lemon or lime juice 1/4 cup coconut oil Directions: Mix ingredients together. Massage into scalp. Wait about 30 minutes, then wash. Do ... Read More »
by Kiianah of Rockin’ It Napptural Cinnamon is scientifically known as Cinnamomumzeylanicum, and originally comes from the most tropical areas of Asia. This herb has been used for centuries for its healing and medicinal properties, primarily its bark. Cinnamon oil ... Read More »
Kiianah of Rockin’ It Napptural writes… Cucumbers are very rich in Vitamin A, Silica, Potassium, Alkaline Minerals, Molybdenem, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Manganese, Tryotophan, Magnesium, and Chlorophyll. Silica is important in supporting tissue, ligaments, cartilage, muscles, tendons, and bone in the ... Read More »
By MissT1806 To promote healthy hair it is important to cleanse your hair of product build up. Sulfate shampoos are too harsh for our natural hair and too stripping of its moisture. While there are a ton of sulfate-free shampoos ... Read More »
By NaturallyCurly Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Give your hair a treat this year too! Honey Deep Conditioner Ingredients 1 tablespoon honey 1 tablespoon olive oil Directions Mix honey with olive oil. Heat in microwave oven to melt ... Read More »
By Jc of The Natural Haven Coconut oil is one of the few discoveries that I rave about endlessly. It helps hair maintain its moisture and even has a scientifically proven role in conditioning. However, I do get reports from naturals ... Read More »
By CoilyBella I decided to try a Greek Yogurt/Shea Butter mix on my daughter’s hair since her hair needed some deep treatment. I wanted the treatment to be all natural, hence the decision to use Greek Yogurt and Shea Butter. ... Read More »
Kiianah of Rockin’ It Napptural writes… There has always been something about avocados that prevents me from enjoying them on my palette. I think it has something to do with the texture but that doesn’t mean I don’t take advantage ... Read More »
Kiianah of Rockin’ It Napptural writes… Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is full of nutrients that are beneficial for the hair such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, chlorine, sodium, sulfur, copper, iron, silicon and fluorine. It also helps to balance the ... Read More »
Kiianah of Rockin’ It Napptural writes… ♨ Black Tea is highly beneficial for the hair and has a bit more caffeine than a cup of coffee. Don’t worry, this caffeine is good for your hair and blocks dihydrotestosterone (DHT) from ... Read More »
By Tamara of Natural Hair Rules This is Natural Hair Rules recipe for Shealoe or Whipped Shea Butter with Aloe Vera Gel. I know there are many recipes available online but this is probably the most simple with only three ... Read More »
By Alesha Escobar of Butterfly Beaute Whether you’ve concocted an Ayurvedic tea rinse or whipped up a moisturizing shea butter recipe, your homemade mixes will have this in common—they need to be properly stored and preserved. It’s exciting to be ... Read More »
By Julian of Guyanesesista.blogspot.com We use oils for sealing, deep conditioning, scalp massages, moisturizing, hot oil treatments, and lubrication of our strands. Commonly used oils include coconut, olive, jojoba, grape seed, and safflower oils and we use them in their plain ... Read More »