This video shows the Devachan Salon and all their products. I must try these!
- 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.
Saturday, December 12, 2009
So what's on the agenda? I have heard many things about a new product line called Devchan made entirely with curly girls in mind. I have heard nothing but goods things about the products so I'm really wanting to try once I can get enough to buy everything at once! They have some videos on Youtube about their products along with some helpful advice.
I'm sure many are familiar with Mixed Chicks leave in conditioner, but they also have a shampoo and deep conditioning treatment. I'm itching to try these as well.
Ladykohaku as a lot of useful tips. She's very upbeat and hyped up. Her videos are always fun and entertaining!
Posted by Biracial Christian Girl at 11:51 AM
Here's some great winter hair tips from latina4u55. Isn't her hair gorgeous!
Posted by Biracial Christian Girl at 11:49 AM
I have to say that I find a lot of helpful hair advice on Youtube. There are many biracial and latina curly heads that have tons of helpful tips on maintaining beautiful curls.Today I'm recommending Ladykohaku's and latina4u55 channels.
Posted by Biracial Christian Girl at 11:47 AM
Right now I'm currently using, and very impressed with, Organix Nourishing Coconut Milk Conditioner and Shampoo. They are both made with organic ingredients only, which keeps my hair feeling soft.I have been trying the conditioner only method in my hair when I plan to wear it curly, and the Organix conditioner is the best that I have left in so far.Up until now I had been using Herbal Essence conditioners in my hair but they are a little heavier. Organix has a slightly lighter feel to it and the scent is pleasant but not too strong. I buy both the shampoo and conditioner at Wal-mart for about 5.94 a bottle.I've been looking online and Organix also has a coconut milk hair mouse, repair treatment, and serum I would like to try , but so far I have not seen them in stores.
So it has been forever since I last posted and I do sincerely apologize for this! I will definitely be more diligent in the future. Things have been so busy at the hospital the last couple of months and it is wearing me out, not to mention my son's fourth birthday and Christmas preparations. I want to do better serving my fellow curly heads!
Posted by Biracial Christian Girl at 11:02 AM
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