|Posted by HenJa' on May 3, 2014 at 12:15 AM||comments (1)|
Bananas are commonly available throughout the world and widely eaten. They are a source of ready energy and help sustain blood sugar levels. Thus, they are the ideal food to be eaten before rigorous exercise. They can lower blood pressure and protect against heart attacks and strokes due their high potassium and low salt composition. They help treat depression since they contain tryptophan, which is converted int...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on August 12, 2013 at 11:30 AM||comments (0)|
Day 1: Pick Up a Jump Rope
Remember how fun it was in elementary school, jumping rope during recess? Though it might be tough to find willing double-dutch participants, going solo can still be a blast. It’s also a major toning exercise and calorie-burner, if you take the right steps. To engage all your muscles, including the smaller stabilizer ones, fitness guru Tracy Anderson says footwork is important: “Jump on one foot, jump side to side, jump with both feet, jump ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on August 12, 2013 at 11:10 AM||comments (0)|
Give your typical creams some backup, and care for your face naturally, as well. Nutritionist Dana James shared her favorite things to eat for a flawless complexion.
You've probably used papaya in a facial scrub, but are you eating it, too? The fruit is a vitamin C serum and exfoliant all-in-one. It contains two days' worth of vitamin C, which helps to brighten and tighten skin....Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on August 6, 2013 at 10:10 PM||comments (0)|
Welcome to another edition of Nail Tips where we fawn over (and copy) the hottest nail art looks found on Pinterest. This week we’re all about this fierce Egyptian-inspired look that features awesome hand-painted designs. It only looks tough to execute, but when you break it down, just about any nail newbie can rock it out.
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|Posted by HenJa' on July 11, 2013 at 12:05 AM||comments (0)|
*waves* I hope the summer is treating you all GREAT!! I haven't been on "vacation" yet, but I have been enjoying myself!!
But anyways! On to the best haircuts for ladies with ROUND FACES (which is said to be the perfect shape!)
1. Mixed Length Layers
Adding mixed length layers avoids "boxing" of the face and keeps the beautiful round shape that you have.
Mixed length layers can also be considered "long layers" with a mix of shorte...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on June 17, 2013 at 12:30 AM||comments (0)|
It's almost official summer time! And we all love to spend time outside in the sun for fun. Here are a few tips to have brilliant skin in the summer!
1. Having sunburn problems?
To reduce the pain and swelling, pop 2 aspirin or ibuprofen as soon as possible. Nex, do a milk compress: Soak a washcloth in a bowl of ice-cold whole milk (skim wont do), and drape it over the burn until the cloth is room temperature.
2. Mosquito FREE!
To ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on April 26, 2013 at 2:15 PM||comments (0)|
Ok, so I wore this shiny cute BCBG inspired dress that I bought last year from Forever 21 the other day [just to go grocery shopping] lol. I pinned my hair up on the left fron and left back side just to give it a more glamourous look and dress it up. I'll update photos of the back later and the full length pic of this dress is somewhere in this blog! lol
|Posted by HenJa' on April 26, 2013 at 2:05 PM||comments (0)|
I had the great experience of going to my first Rihanna concert this past Monday! Anybody who knows me, knows that I am obsessed with her style and music! The concert was great and my outfit was simple with a touch of punk with my wild hair and bold red lips!
My ENTIRE outfit [minus the shoes that you cant see] came from H&M at a pretty inexpensive price.
Bad Tee: H&M $14.95 [I bought this 2012 Spring in NY...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on March 22, 2013 at 1:30 AM||comments (0)|
|Posted by HenJa' on March 17, 2013 at 2:05 AM||comments (0)|
Like I stated in a previous blog, I'm able to see the things that people search and what brings them to my website. I saw a person search "how to get mold out of your tracks" **RED FLAG!!** DON'T! Please throw the molded hair away. Mold is a fungus and my recommendation if it appears to be on your tracks, is to disregard all contaminated pieces. It could easily be a reoccurring problem that you will get tired of dealing with.
How to prevent mold on tracks:
Shampo...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on March 15, 2013 at 7:25 PM||comments (2)|
Many people think that because they have natural hair, there is possibly NO WAY that they could go wrong. BUT WAIT! That couldn't be more FALSE. I find that a lot of natural people do not comb their hair at LEAST every other day, they do not moisturize their hair, and they don't keep their hair trimmed.
The hot weather is approaching slowly but surely and keeping your hair MOISTURIZED is essential. It's like the LIFE of your hair. When you continuou...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on March 13, 2013 at 12:00 AM||comments (2)|
We all go through periods each year where our hair just doesn't seem to be growing; Because I know I do. What I did for a year was wore sew-ins (I took them out and got them redone every month and a half). That helped with the growth of my hair and gave me a chance to give my hair a break from the heat. But, now a days, my hair doesn't seem to like being braided up for a sew-in because my scalp itchs like CRAZY. So, for the month of MARCH I personally decided to challenge myself to a NO HEAT ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on March 11, 2013 at 6:30 PM||comments (0)|
As the seasons change from dry and cold in the winter to warm and moist during the spring and summer, our hair changes with the climate. Hair often goes from dry and full of static to frizzy and sun bleached by the end of summer. Preparing for these changes of the warmer season can help you have better hair days.
Moisture Balance: As the tempartures begin to rise and the humidity in the air increases, your conditioning habits should as well.
Produc...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on February 22, 2013 at 7:35 PM||comments (0)|
Hi Ladies and Gentleman,
I'm writing this blog about wholesale hair and the great advantages about it.
Anyone can purchase whoelsale hair from us. It's a great investment for not only salon's but individuals that are stylist or do hair on the side. It's an easy income. Right now the hottest hair around is brazilian hair. Our prices are placed competitively with all other companies that over grade 5A virgin hair. Your profits can rangeanywhere from $30-120+ for one bund...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on January 18, 2013 at 4:00 PM||comments (0)|
What is a protein treatment and what does it do?
Hi ladies! Forgive me for slacking on blogging! I must do better for the new year!
Anyways, A protein treatment is an excellent regimen to add to your bi/tri-monthly routine if you have one of the following:
Color, relaxer, texturizers, or use heat regularly.
Notice that I said bi/tri-monthly (every 2-3 months). Overdosing on protein will eventually dry ou...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on November 24, 2012 at 1:45 AM||comments (1)|
So, as the owner and creator of my own website, I am able to see what people search and are drawn to on my website. A lot of people visit my website from search engines where they type in "how many packs/bundles of hair is needed for a full sew-in?" "how many bundles do I need for a sew-in?"
And here is your answer ladies!
A lot of people have different definitions of a "full sew-in".
But for the most part, with a full sew-in If you are using any hair that is larger th...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on September 13, 2012 at 12:50 AM||comments (3)|
We've all been through a stage in our lives where our hair has been damaged by heat or chemicals that were both unproperly used on our hair. Within this blog, you will find 7 products that are exceptionally well with helping repair your damaged hair.
Hydrate, tame, and protect your hair with these seven treatments.
If your hair and scalp are dry I recommend 2 products.
1. Moroccanoil Treatment
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|Posted by HenJa' on September 6, 2012 at 12:55 AM||comments (0)|
Biotin/Vitamin H— Biotin can improve hair that is splitting or thinning as well as strengthen weakened nails Foods to try: Bananas, beans, cauliflower, eggs, peanuts, salmon
Omega-3 Fatty Acids—To get shinier hair, introduce more omega-3s into your diet, which “help support scalp health and may give your locks extra luster and shine. Foods to try: Eggs, flaxseed, fish oil, salmon, spinach, tun...Read Full Post »
|Posted by HenJa' on July 12, 2012 at 12:00 AM||comments (0)|
1. Camouflage roots by zigzagging your part instead of having a straight one
2. Detangle hair from ends to roots, then use paddle brush starting from roots and brush through to ends. This disstributes natural oils throughout the shaft and gives hair a healthy natural sheen
3. Be direct when telling your hairstylist what you want, and bring photos from magazines of styles you like, or photos that you have found online
4. Let the professionals handle...Read Full Post »