Showing posts from June, 2014

Product Recommendation of the Day: Paul Mitchell Original The Condtioner

 Name of the Product: Paul Mitchell Original The Conditioner

Purpose of the Product: Leave-in moisturizer that helps balance moisture, prevent dryness and improves texture.

My Thoughts First and foremost, I want to mention that this product is VERY hydrating. I purchased this product in a 33.8 fl. oz. bottle (which is more than enough). A little goes a long way when applying this product. It is water-based and contains Hawaiian awapuhi (a ginger plant) which makes this product very rich in moisture. When I apply "The Conditioner" on my hair shaft, I'm able to get instant slip. My hair is able to detangle very easily with this product. I recommend that you apply this product on damp or dry hair. This product works well with the LOC Method. So, it is important that you seal the product with an oil or a cream (or both) to save the moisture in your hair. I have used this product for almost a month and I love it so far! Will I Purchase this product again? Most definitely! …

Check Out My Latest Video!!

Hey everyone! I wanted to share my full natural hair story from the beginning to present with you all. I hope that this video will help inspire someone to stay encouraged in their natural hair journey!

Click the link below:
My Natural Hair Journey: "Transitioned to Natural to Present"

xoxo, Mariah (ReggaeInspired)

My 10 Curl Confessions

Hey everyone! So, I have been tagged by @HuneyBflyy on Twitter to participate in this #CurlConfessions tag. So, I thought I would give it a try!

Curl Confession #1: When I first became completely natural, I never moisturized my hair everyday.

Curl Confession #2: In the beginning, when I used to wear Puff Ponytails, I would use a VERY HARD bristle brush to "smooth" my edges (Yikes!). I never realized how much I was damaging my hair.

Curl Confession #3: I don't clip my ends like I should. It's been a year and a half since I clipped my ends.

Curl Confession #4: When I completely became natural, I blew out my hair so much. So, I thought I needed to grease my scalp every time I blew out my hair (Thinking the Old School way).

Curl Confession #5: When I used to flat iron my hair a few years ago, I would apply grease on the entire shaft of my hair before I flat iron. I never realized how much my hair was weighed down and there was no movement in my hair.

Curl Confession #6: I use…