Do what you love | #FroInspoMonday

I know Mondays are not really common for wearing the 'fro' out like on Fridays. We normally have those kinks and coils tucked away in protective styles and ready to take on the week. Happy Monday friends, this Monday I thought of the #FroInspoMonday to share this simple hairstyle with you and share, just in … Continue reading Do what you love | #FroInspoMonday

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Going natural in Botswana|Naturalhair care series Part 1: Introduction

WELCOME  Tsokung naturals! I have been receiving questions on my facebook inbox on how to go natural, from my Botswana natural hair enthusiasts! I am excited to inform you all guys that I will be starting a Botswana-conditions-guided natural hair care series advice posts for you all ,yeaah! Even if you are not based in … Continue reading Going natural in Botswana|Naturalhair care series Part 1: Introduction

Clay Detox on 4C hair

Bentonite clay has been very useful for detoxing the body for centuries. Many naturals use the bentonite clay that has been made for face-masking, but for me I bought an edible one by Pure South Nz even though I was not going to eat or drink it. This clay contains 100% bentonite clay and it's benefits … Continue reading Clay Detox on 4C hair

My first experience with Henna

  A friend recommended henna for my hair, to use as a strengthening treatment especially after protective styling. I used the following ingredients: Raw apple cider vinegar, Henna powder and water to balance out the apple cider vinegar. I mixed the henna and covered it for about 12 hours (overnight). I then applied coconut oil to … Continue reading My first experience with Henna