We still have a full month and for some areas, full two months before children head back to school. Already, we have lost too many children to gunfire and others to ATV or car accidents. There have been too many swimming accidents or accidental falls. It is now more important than ever to cover your family in prayer. Psalm 91 promises to cover us. However, you do need to be a Christian, but even if you aren't and you call on the Jesus that your Mama serves or the Jesus of the lady that you work…Read more
My have the last few months been a world wind experience for hair. I went from having length with potential to length with patience. I am also praying for patience for my husband with my hair. I think it all has to do with hair coloring. One Saturday after going to the stylist the night before, I woke up to breakage on my satin pillow case. I told my husband that my hair appears to be extremely dry. I texted the hairstylist a few days later and told her about the breakage. It was so dry that I…Read more
I believe that 2015 is the Year of Hair. I believe that all of your hair dreams will come true. All of the shedding and the breakage that some experienced in 2014 is in the past. I believe the bad hair salon experiences are behind us as we take back our hair. I see long flowing sexy hair in your future. I see healthy hair with a lot of volume. Most importantly, I see stylists, clients and hair companies coming together for one common goal. That goal is to protect, grow, and maintain the…Read more
As usual in 2014, I made my New Year's resolutions. I promised to promote my book more, lose weight, stay connected and finish school. There are so many things to be done in the Kingdom of God. I was prompted to write this post because of a message from Bishop Clarence McClendon. There is so much talk about the end times especially with John Hagee and the Four Blood Moons. The Four Blood Moons refer to lunar and solar eclipses that are to take place before the end comes.
Sometimes, I find…Read more
There is a big misconception about babe hood. Some men only think women with long hair are babes. I beg to differ. Many women have bought into it by getting weaves and extensions. I am all about looking good, but why not grow into babe hood and save money. Below, I will detail what I believe are five steps to becoming a babe.
Feel like a babe. If you feel like you are a babe, then you are. A babe is often described as a good looking woman. Men often refer to their woman as…Read more
You have followed me over the last several months as I have chronicled my usage of Parnevu products. I have used the products off and on for about 15 years. Parnevu has always maintained its quality as a hair care line and has been synonymous with good hair care. If you can find a good hairstylist and use these products, the sky is the limit. I believe these are excellent products for African-American hair. I found this particular product refreshing because my hair tends to be dry because I use a…Read more
It has been about 6 weeks since I started using Parnevu T-Tree Growth Crème. I have seen a noticeable difference in my hair and scalp because of this product. It has helped me in controlling breakage, nourishing my scalp and aiding my hair in re-growing. The picture that is accompanying this post was taken around November 18.
This is a great improvement over what I was doing. I have always been visiting a hair salon weekly, dieting and exercising. Sometimes, I wouldn't give my scalp what it needed…Read more
This picture was taken about 3 weeks ago. I had just had a nice black rinse put in my hair. Prior to this photo an unnamed stylist had snipped some of my hair and put some golden yellow color or whatever on my roots. I had the Mary J Blige look sort of which thank God I was pulling it off.
Next weekend, I will get a re-touch. It will have been a month since I started using the T-Tree Growth Creme. I am also using hair vitamins and since they are not a sponsor they will not receive any…