How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
Clo Clo (the eight-year-old) was practically born with a rash. I suppose in the scheme of things–her being born 11 weeks early being a risk for a host of potential after affects, and none of them good–a perpetual eczema breakout is small potatoes since we got off so easy. She’s as healthy as a horse and smart as a tack…
Women, especially those that have recently crossed over to natural hair, become very aware of the fact that they need to moisturize their hair on a regular basis. Afro-textured hair (i.e. Type 4 and combination Type 3 & 4 hair) is quite dry by nature and itâ€™s important to keep hair moisturized in order to prevent breakage that will result from lack of moisture.
But there is a catch. Moisture is indeed great for our hair. But it is possible to have too much of a good thing. And when I say this, I mean that is very possible to over-moisturize your hair and end up with hair that is just as weak as it would be if your hair were overly dry.
What you’re about to see is me, absolutely naked. I just turned 39 in July. You might not believe me, but what you see is not natural for me. Without intervention, my skin is prone to pimples, blackheads, and discoloration. I get asked constantly from strangers what it is, EXACTLY that I do, and I’ve [...]