Since the launch of our DIY with ClassyCurlies school in August of 2017, I’ve gotten some amazing feedback, and clearly there is a demand of these type of online beauty courses.
There are several natural hair products on the market, but if you’re looking for cruelty-free brands or vegan hair products, here’s your list to check out. These hair care brands do not test on animals.
Adding ingredients like turmeric and honey to your face mask routine will work wonders when you’re looking to get rid of blemishes. Check out my review of two new face masks from FREE BEAUTY.
Should I switch up skin care products this spring? How do I get rid of acne and dark marks on my face? All of these questions will be answered during our spring skin care edition of Curly Conversations where we chat with Saidah of Shea BODYWORKS.
I love how versatile Bentonite clay can be. I can use it to deep condition my hair, and also apply it as a face mask. It is known for its detoxifying properties as well as clearing up acne and smoothing out your skin’s complexion overall.
Saidah of Shea BODYWORKS and I had a room full of queens at Upgrade YOU! We held two holistic beauty sessions – a hair and a skin care session – all over refreshments and empowering music. See photos from the event.
The secret to moisturized skin during the winter? Body scrubs! Learn to make your own DIY body scrub infused with rosewater, coconut oil and vitamin E for glowing skin.
ClassyCurlies’ first DIY shampoo and conditioner class for 2018 will be held February 28, and tickets are on sale. In this class you’ll learn which ingredients are best to create your own chemical-free shampoo and conditioner. You’ll also take home product samples.
Rosewater is the ultimate hair and skin moisturizer. Here is how to make yours.
I always tell people when they’re overwhelmed, to go with the products with the safest and most natural ingredients.