I Have Become a Bee

The past few days have been a whirlwind! I had lunch with a friend today. She had her 3-year-old niece in tow with cute little beaded cornrows. I’ve been wearing by blowout all week and that little girl took one look at my hair, and told me I need to do my hair. Us grown folks had a good laugh about that one.

I’ve also been doing a lot, and I do mean, a lot of research on shea butter, shea oil and raw African black soap. So, very soon, I will be sharing recipes for black soap shampoo, black castor oil shampoo, hair gel and much, much more. In the meantime, I’m trying to find the best prices for my raw materials whose shipping and handling doesn’t cost more than the actual product (I thought USPS had a flat rate box so s&h wouldn’t be so expensive???). If you have any suggestions, I’m listening.
I’m also working on a few natural hair articles for future publication and possibly here, too, so stay tuned. This is turning out to be quite an exciting month!
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