We all used to use these products. They were staples in our homes for years. It’s time to ditch these old-school hair products — if you’re still using them — and step into the new millennium. Here are 7 classic black hair products we just shouldn’t use anymore.
We all have that one friend. That one friend who we love and adore but always takes it a step too far when they tell you about their love of Jesus. Now, don’t get us wrong, we love the Lord (insert praise dance), but we just don’t gab about it every second of the day. There’s a time and place for everything, so here’s a step-by-step guide to telling your Jesus freak friend to calm down.
I posted about Beyonce sending me a sweatshirt made of unicorn hairs last week. And I am happy to report that it still feels amazing even after washing it. Unfortunately those unicorn hairs come with a pretty steep price tag that most of you all are not willing to pay.
The Cake By The Pound sweatshirt is for sale on Beyonce.com for (wait for it) $65! YIKES, I know right. As I mentioned, it’s made from unicorn hairs! But some of you don’t care one lick about those unique unicorn hairs and I felt bad about it.
So I searched the Internets (because Black people make everything plural) and I FOUND IT!
Ahh, Halloween. It’s the one time of year when a woman can dress like a slore without (much) judgment. And you know the costumes I mean — sexy kitten, sexy fireman, sexy butcher — they’re all cliches! So year after year while these chicks roam the street, for those who may have a bit more creativity (like these girls who made Vanity Fair for dressing up as different movie characters from a single actor), this is what goes through our heads today.
I am still surprised that after four years of blogging, and 38 years of life, people still ask me if my hair is naturally grey. I’ll admit it’s an annoying question, but I’ve trained my lips to form the most gorgeous smile and I simply politely answer…daily!