So I finally got around to using the Dark and Lovely Au Naturale range after receiving it at the launch event 3 weeks ago. I decided to use the whole range for this wash day because I wanted to get a wholesome and solid impression of the range. I usually read on the blogs where other bloggers encourage using a whole line of products because they are meant to complement each other; so that’s what I did.
Welcome to the spring 2016 edition of my taking stock posts – I can’t believe that I’m doing the 7th edition already. You can catch up on my previous taking stock posts here. I love going through them to see where my mind was at certain points in my life. I hope you guys enjoy the bit of insight into my life that these posts bring… let’s do this!
Keeping ones edges in check / on fleek is a never ending struggle for most naturals, whether you want a soft hold or a ‘edges-laid-to-the-gawds’ look. I have gone through my fair share of edge tamers and in this post I will go through the ones that I currently have in my product stash and tell you my feelings on them.
This has been the news circling around the natural hair community for a few months, with die-hard fans of this product stock piling whenever they can find it. After some investigation of the interwebs, I found out the real reason why Tresemme Naturals was discontinued. In the video, I tell you all about it and give my 2 cents on the issue.
This is the news that almost every natural has been waiting for – the arrival of the Dark and Lovely Au Naturale range in South Africa. I attended the launch event last week and went home with a goodie box containing the products in the range. I haven’t had a chance to use the products yet, I’ve just opened them and had a sniff :). In this post, I will go into a bit more detail about the product range, if you want to see what happened at the launch – you can check out my vlog.