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Fro Archive

Last week’s luxe washday

So I’ve been thinking about how to mix things up a little re hair products (aka reviews). There are soooooooooooo many products out there and the thought of having to tell y’all every detail of every single one of them I try feels, well boring (for you and for me that is!) So, in

Natural Hair Event Alert: Suki Suki Naturals Pop Up

  Kicking myself (hard!) that I can’t make this but if you’re in Jhb pop by. I’ve already shared my thoughts on the brand way back but since then they’ve launched several other interesting products like their Activated Charcoal Shampoo Bar, Marshmallow Root Shampoo Bar, Styling Pomade and Whipped Shea Creme. The venue, Ants is

Colour!

Let it be known that 2016 is definitely the year I’m going to enjoy my fro. I started off the year with a blow-dry/length check (my 1st ever since going natural, so in 4+ years) and when that went well I knew colour was next. More time that I’d like to admit was spent

Natural blow-dry/length check – so here’s what we did…

(I’m just realising I’ve typed “what we did” in the title of this post as if I did any of the work – unless sitting on my behind for so long that it felt like it was fusing with the chair counts!) Ok so what did we he actually do in this five &

Hello 2016 & goodbye afro!

If I didn’t make myself sit down and write this here post you’d be reading it sometime in September. So belated happy new year and all of that stuff – I’m going to jump right in… I have a very particular skill to m-u-l-l over things. Like, I think about stuff. A. Lot. Too

The best person I met this year

A couple of weeks ago I walked into a restaurant for a Feminist Stokvel meeting. It was a tiny place, maybe 4 tables in total of which 2 were pushed together for our reservation. At one of the other 2 tables was a family sharing a meal. A mom, dad and a daughter of

Design Essentials – Almond & Avocado

So more Design Essentials came across my desk recently & if you’ve read any of my previous posts about them you’ll know this certainly isn’t a bad thing! This time they sent me their Almond & Avo range (part of the Naturals collection) & let me say upfront before I get into the review

Design Essentials Coconut & Monoi

No complaints when some more Design Essentials came across my desk recently. I liked using their naturals range a couple of months back so I was hoping that their Coconut Monoi range would show my fro some love too. I got sent 5 products from the Coconut & Monoi range (left to right): Deep Moisture Milk

Moisturizing Natural Hair

Morning! Sorry for this morning’s fumble (you may have received a weird/incomplete post from me *sigh*). Here’s the update – a piece I wrote for Inecto on moisturising natural (in fact all kinky, curly hair). If you hair’s textured, you need to read this! Not forgetting that if you’re in any kind of protective

Feminist Stokvel Hair Soiree: Dem Baby Hairs!

Right off the FS press desk… — On Saturday 19 September, The Feminist Stokvel is inviting everybody that is raising a black child (white people raising black children are especially welcome) who need some practical tips on looking after them baby hairs from washing to styling or any parent / sibling / nanny who

As I Am’s Leave-In Conditioner – it’s a goodie!

If you have curly/kinky hair I don’t need to tell you As I Am is one of those lusted after international brands I’ve known about almost since I went natural.  But (& big BUT) I could never bring myself to spend that kind of money on it. I mean I wanted it but… That’s. A lot.

The Feminist Stovkel presents: Texture Discrimination – The Problem with Kaff*r Hare

Guys, even just typing the subject of this post… So. Many. Emotions. But we’re going there. We need to… I visited the venue for our upcoming third Hair Soiree, The Women’s Gaol (Jail) at Constitution Hill for the first time today (I’m more than a little ashamed since I lived 2kms away for 3 years) – an incredibly

Another local winner – Suki Suki Naturals

A couple of weeks ago the most beautifully packaged local hair care line I’d ever seen crossed my desk – meet Suki Suki Naturals. Not even going to lie – these gorgeous brown glass bottles had my attention immediately and whereas I’d usually park deliveries on my desk for a bit I grabbed them & started reading the labels and

Feminist Stokvel Hair Soiree: 2nd edition: Hairlineonology

We’re doing it again! Be kind to your hair! W

Feminist Stokvel Hair Soiree – Product Recommendations

Hey ladies! I promised to share the products I brought along to our 19th March Inaugrual Feminist Stokvel Hair Soiree last week already (sorry!). It’s been some work to compile but here you go… This is just what I brought along & doesn’t of course include what the other 7 ladies brought but there is enough

The Feminist Stokvel’s inaugural Hair Soiree – this is what went down…

How do I even begin to tell you about the magic that happened the night of Thursday the 19th of March 2015 at Feminist Stokvel’s inaugural Hair Soiree? Twelve sleeps ago, weeks & months of planning came to life as 7 amazing women & I introduced the world to the Feminist Stokvel by kicking off

L’Oreal Elvive’s Extraordinary Oil

So L’Oreal Elvive was another new one for me. The Extraordinary Oil range came out in February  with 5 products: 2 different shampoos (both in 2 sizes) 1 conditioner (also in 2 sizes) a treatment masque 2 oils These are split into two ranges: dry very dry   The ranges’s claim to fame is 

Pureology’s Curl Complete

Like me, you’ve probably seen Pureology around salons & never had a chance to try it. In fact I’m pretty sure I’ve been shampooed with it at the basin in-salon at least once but I definitely like to get my hands & (‘fro) on the product personally (& in the comfort of my bathroom) before I

Introducing – Jane Carter Solution

So until a few weeks ago, I’d never heard of Jane Carter Solution until the team over at Obulunji sent me these 3 goodies: Then I got to reading/researching & read that Beyoncé named Jane Carter Solution as one of her go-to product lines in 2012 & I was all ears! (Can Beyoncé show us

Introducing The Feminist Stokvel & The Hair Soiree

  Last year I was invited to talk as part of a panel at Social Media Week Johannesburg & we talked… you guessed it, hair. I didn’t write about it afterwards but the discussion was all kinds of amazing. We were rolling in laughter in places and sharing heart aching stories at other times.

The Healthy Hair Gurus Presents Jouelzy!

Jouelzy’s coming in less than 2 weeks you guys! Ok but let me hand over to Jouelzy herself… We’re so, so excited and proud to be hosting her. Please book asap (like now!) seats are flying fast! Tickets via healthyhairindaba@gmail.com Be kind to your hair! W

#Oscars2015

I’ve spoken at length about this online today. I’m tired. I’m sure you’ve heard the story, so I’m just going to leave this here… Be kind to your hair! W

Ivory Coast’s natural hair movement is turning heads

One of my favourite things has got to be when my husband send me links to natural hair articles, vlogs or even recently he PVR’ed something hair related he thought I might like (yes, #HeCanStay). So he sent me this piece that was published on CNN.com  & the 1st thing I did was skip right

Keen to try some new hair products (for free!)?

Fellow curly Taryn Gill over at The Perfect Hair has invited a few Wiscellaneous readers to try out a local product line she’s busy mixing up & hopes to launch soon. I know my curlies are total product junkies and I think its great that Taryn wants our input before products hit the shelves. In

Obulunji – more online hair shopping

So, I’d seem Obulunji come up on my timeline before, but for some reason I just never clicked through. Until a few weekends ago that is… I was fast getting into Friday night wind down mode when I landed up on their site & not 10 minutes later I had my credit card in hand trying my