Thursday, 20 December 2012

Happy Holidays

Hello Lovely Beauties,

Hope this post finds you very well. I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous 2013.

Whatever that we failed to do, we will aim at doing it in the coming year.

Enjoy the holidays and take care of yourself & your hair because it's your glory.

Remember, "You Are Fearfully And Wonderfully Made"

Love You All For Taking The Time To Read From Me & Thanks To You All Who Joined This Blog.

MUAH! MUAH!

xoxo

Jo
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Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Castor Oil For Hair Growth

Hello Beauties,

This is your girl again coming to you with a very interesting topic that I believe will help everyone. It’s about the use of castor oil for our hair and the benefits we derive from it.

Castor oil is got from the seeds of the castor bean and it has been in use for ages now to treat hair and skin conditions. It has a colourless to very pale yellow colour and has a mild to no odour smell. It is thick and sticky to touch and absorbs into skin and scalp very fast and this makes castor oil very popular in most skin and hair products.

These are many of the benefits got from using Castor Oil:

Stimulating Hair Growth:Castor Oil helps the hair to grow faster when it is massaged into the scalp and hair. This happens as a result of the castor oil being easy to soak in to the scalp and the hair itself. It therefore stimulates the hair follicles and encourages faster hair growth.

Strengthening Of The Hair:
When castor oil is used regularly, it conditions the scalp and the hair. This makes the hair healthy and at the same time appears thicker.
It also strengthens the hair thus preventing hair breakage. The hair strands stays in the hair follicle for a longer period thus also preventing hair loss due to its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.

                                                       

Solves Dryness and Dandruff:
Castor oil has omega-9 fatty acids which moisturises and nourishes the hair and prevents dry scalp. Castor oil clears dirt and bacteria from the scalp which is responsible for dandruff. Dandruff is normally caused by too much sebum production on the scalp so using an anti-bacterial oils like castor oil will cure the dandruff. Dandruff can also be caused by the effects of chemical treatment on the scalp.

Other Benefits:
Castor Oil lubricates the hair therefore prevents the hair from tangling because our body’s natural lubricants have difficulty in reaching black hair. It also makes the shiny by hiding the appearance of damaged and frizzy hair. Castor oil is humectants; it draws moisture to itself thereby making the hair soft and manageable. Regular use of castor oil makes gray hair vanish because dark hair growth appears instead of gray hair.


Where to Get Castor Oil:
Castor oil can be gotten from most health stores and online shops. Please make sure to read the label as some castor oil have been diluted or treated with hexane to make it refined. Buy the cold pressed ones because a small quantity goes a long way.


Hope you enjoyed reading. If you love castor oil as I do, please share the experience for others to know how good it is.

Thanks

Much Love!!

Sheabeutimia








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Friday, 14 December 2012

A Simple Recipe - Egg With Pasta

Hello Beauties,

Hope this post finds you well.

Today I am going to share with you a simple recipe made with pasta so why don't you join me in the kitchen. Please note that I am no guru in cooking but I learn from my mum bit by bit. Lol!

Ingredients:
*Pasta
*Oil
*2 Medium Sized Onion
*Garlic
*Spices
*Left Over Chicken or Turkey
*Fresh Parsley
*Salt to Taste
*3 Eggs
* Cherry Tomatoes
Time: 10 mins


 Procedure: Cook the pasta with one medium sized onion in a pot.



2. Saute one medium size onion and garlic in a little oil until it's brown then add the left over chicken or turkey, spices and fresh parsley in a pan. Saute all for about 3 mins.




3. After 3 mins pour the sauteed ingredients from the pan into the pot of cooked pasta with onions.


4. Add the eggs to the pot of pasta and sauteed ingredients and leave it for about a minute before mixing.


5. Voila, you have got your pasta ready.


6. This is my scoop. I added some cherry tomatoes to it.  Bon Apetit!


Hope this helped someone to add to their menu. Try This And Let Me Know What You Think.

"You Are Fearfully And Wonderfully Made"

xoxo  Jo

















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Thursday, 13 December 2012

How Much Progress Have You Made So Far?


Hello Beauties,

Hope this post finds you well. As the year is coming to an end, this is the time to evaluate your actions towards your hair this year. You gains and loses.

So my question is How Much Progress Have You Made So Far?


Well I will be the first to answer this question. Here are the things I have learned so far.

I have made progress but not what I wanted just because I couldn't put the scissors down so

* I have learned that cutting my hair regularly will inhibit my growth.

* I need to pay particular attention to areas of my hair which are more coarse and dry.

* To do more protective styles.

The above are my lessons, What Is The Lesson You have Learned This Year?

Please Let Me Hear From You by commenting below. Thanks for sharing your experience.

Hope this helped!

"You Are Fearfully And Wonderfully Made"

xoxo  Jo



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