You can find me on Pinterest these days
My interests have broadened since I achieved a peaceful and stable relationship with my hair. So as you can i’m not posting very much. I do have a few hair boards on Pinterest — one for grays, one for hair, one for my hair product stables, and one for stuff i’d like to try. Feel free to check it out!
Been a while since I reviewed a product. As a somewhat reformed product junkie, I don’t any more — not at first, second, or even eighth use. After almost 5 years as a natural curly and literally hundreds of products used, it takes a lot to impress me these days. Just Great Curls from Delineation Hair & Skin Essentials is doing it for me. I got a free bottle as thanks from an editorial contact, loved it at first use, said “okay” and continued to use.
Q. I ran across your blog recently, and your hair is gorgeous! I started transitioning November 2009 and finally BC ‘d January 2011. My Hair is extremely dry and I don’t know how to fix it! I’ve tried so many deep conditioners but it feels brittle once it dries, and the frizz is crazy extreme! I think I have a mix of texture ranging from 3c-4a maybe 4b? I really don’t know. If there are any tips you could give me to help my hair, please let me know! Thanks in advance, Elle
A. Hi Elle,
Not knowing what your routine or product use is, I can’t be specific. But if you have been transitioning and working with your natural hair for 2 years and it’s still dry, I suspect the products you use may have drying or building up ingredients. Here are some general tips: Continue reading
Seth Myers at the White House Correspondents Dinner, on Donald Trump. It doesn’t get any better than this:
Are you are a woman of a certain age who is thinking about going gray and going natural? Check out these helpful tips in my article:
Rainforest Pecan Rainforest Crisps
I sampled these crackers at Whole Foods with mascarpone cheese as a topping, and in between my “ummm’s” of delight was shock at the $7.99 price tag. They’re more expensive than a pack of cigarettes (there are more than 20 to a box though). I didn’t buy them. But the universe laughed. Same day I saw them in 2 more supermarkets for a dollar cheaper (okay you ask, what am I doing in 3 food stores in one day? Don’t judge.). So I bought them. Flick forward 3-4 weeks and 3 boxes later.
Fortunately, I found a recipe! These are the easiest things in the world to make, easier than muffins, actually. And I save myself at least $200 a year, because you know I will be eating these instead of toast. There is something amazingly delicious about crunchy with a little chewy thrown in, slightly salt and slightly sweet with that herby undertone. Enjoy! Continue reading
I’ll be in Portland, OR from 4/9 to 4/16 to train for a Nia teacher certification with the co-founder and original Nia diva, Debbie Rosas. After a full day packed with movement, me and my exhausted body will want soothing and schmoozing with interesting people, mixed drinks in martini glasses, delicious tapas, Asian fusion food, or sushi at half price. Any suggestions? I’m rooming with another teacher in a modest suite hotel downtown, very close to Whole Foods and Powell’s Books. If you live in Portland, give me a shout out!