This week I actually have a ceramic iron, that I personally use, to reccomend. It's called the HerStyler Forever. It heats up in about 60 seconds and can get up to about 400F. You can adjust the heat to your liking. So far it's the best flat iron I have ever used! It straightens my hair much better and faster than anything else I have tried. I first saw this product in the mall which was being sold for a 100.00 or more. I really wanted one after the sales man tested it on my hair, but I held onto my money and looked online. I bought one on Ebay for about 40.00 brand new! I ended up dropping it one day and had to buy a new one. I bought the second iron off of Ebay for 35.00. I spent less than a 100.00 on two Herstyler irons! The average suggested retail price is about 170.00. Go check Ebay or Amazon. Amazon also has some very good prices. check this link out http://www.amazon.com/HerStyler-Forever-Ceramic-Black-Straightener/dp/B000TVHO1I/ref=sr_1_17?ie=UTF8&qid=1248370268&sr=8-17.
Also, take a look at the HerStyler website so you can look at all their products first and then price match on other sites. They have a new HerStyler TurboLite which looks like it is a replacement for the Forever.
- Biracial Christian Girl
- Hello, My name is Sharlinda Faith B. and I'm 25 years old. I have been a wife to my husband Nick for three and half years, and I am also a proud mother of our 3 year old son Lil Nick Jr. I'm the oldest of four children born to my black father and white mother. I'm also their only girl! Growing up our parents always told us we were mixed race and to be proud of both our heritages. Over the years my brothers and I have faced racism from both ends of the spectrum, but that never changed how we viewed ourselves. Time and Time again I've had to answer questions about my racial background, or have people angrily challenge me on how I define myself! These experiences along with the desire to know about others like me, lead me to read anything I could on the web about being biracial. I remember it as being one of the most amazing revelations in my life to find others who embraced both heritages just like I did! These last few years I have wanted to voice my opinions to the others. If enough people like me don't speak up then the world will never change.
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Saturday, July 18, 2009
Ok my new product for this week will be Her Styler Hair Serum with vitamin E and aloe vera. I was walking through the mall about a month ago and woman at a booth put some in my curls. It made my hair shiny and soft but not greasy! I definitely reccommend this product but by any means do not buy it in the mall. The woman told me it would be 35.00 for the serum. I'm definitely glad I didn't buy because you find it much cheaper online. You can buy it at Amazon.com for 17.90.
Go check it out!
Monday, July 13, 2009
Although this is not hair related, I just have to mention DSK jewlery! Please check out http://dskjewelry.blogspot.com/2009/07/dsk-giveaway-3.html , and you'll see some of the most feminine and pretty pieces of jewlery ever created by Stephanie Nguyen. Or you can go to . www.stephanie-nguyen.blogspot.com. She's created some new pieces and she's having a give away. Go check it out and enter the contest! Her pieces are beautiful!
Posted by Biracial Christian Girl at 11:31 AM
Monday, July 6, 2009
watch the mixed chicks video on how to use the product!
Posted by Biracial Christian Girl at 1:57 PM
From now on I'm going to be posting a hair product or tool for the week. The first product of the week is Mixed Chicks leave in conditioner! It's very light and moisturizing without being greasy or sticky. On a scale of 1-10 I give it a 9. It's an awesome product. Go to mixedchicks.net.
Posted by Biracial Christian Girl at 1:30 PM
Just want to say to anyone following my blog, sorry there's not much to read! I've been extremely distracted from writing lately! Hopefully within the next few weeks I can devote more time to this and have things up and going in no time.
So, the first hair myth I'd like to address is about hair washing. Anyone ever heard that if you're black or mixed with black that you can't wash your hair but once every two weeks! I suffered from this myth for years as a girl. After two weeks of no washing my hair became greasy and my scalp itched! It was even worse in the summer time!
People were always giving hair advice to my mom. She didn't have a clue what to do so she tried everything. When I hit my teenage years that's when I began to experiment more with my own hair. I discovered in that time ,that my hair was dry, but it was oilier near the scalp. The ends needed more moisture then the top of my hair did. I realized the longest I could wait to wash my hair, without it getting oily and itchy, was 1 week. In the summer time I could get away with washing every 3 to 4 days. I've never had oily hair or itchy scalp since!
When you're biracial everyone under the sun will try to give you hair advice, especially if your mother happens to be white. It's important to remember that just because you are part black doesn't mean your hair can be treated the same way that a lot of black women treat their hair. Also what works for me not work for another biracial girl. She may need to use more or less products, or hardly any products at all. My hair is tighter dry curls and very in between black and white. Some biracials may have looser curls with a texture more like that of a white persons. There is no specific way to do biracial hair that one must follow, but I sincerely hope that my advice helps someone out there!
Hair Products I've tried
- Frizz-Ease Curl Around shampoo and conditioner
- Garnier Fructis Curl and Shine leave in conditioner
- Garnier Fructis Hydra-curls shampoo and conditioner
- Garnier Fructis Moisture Works shampoo and conditioner
- Herbal Essence Hello Hydration Conditioner
- Herbal Essence Hello Hydration Shampoo
- Mixed Chicks Leave In Conditioner