Monthly Archives: November 2013

Unveiling Banke Banjo

I started my natural journey April 2012. It wasn’t a spontaneous decision neither was it whimsical or impulsive. I decided to transition because I was overwhelmed by the beauty and texture of the African hair. I realized my hair would … Continue reading

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The Newer African Woman

My friend Nkechi Ubakaeze is a strong woman. In Africa, women are generally known to be strong. Strength has been defined in terms of getting married and pleasing a husband, childbirth and keeping a home together. The African woman is … Continue reading

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Homemade Remedies for Eczema

Here is one response I received from the last post – UNVEILING MOYO ONABOLU, which made me decide to write a follow up on the post. ‘She’s a wonderful writer and a great story. She didn’t say too much about … Continue reading

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Unveiling Moyo Onabolu

Unveiling Moyo Onabolu, who wins a fierce battle with Eczema by going natural.I still remember Vividly the first time i met Moyo. It was at a Green tea party Organised by THE GREEN PROJECT Nigeria. I was invited to speak … Continue reading

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The Good Hair

UNVEILED BY KECH  is basically about helping every woman embrace who she is. So in this post, i’ll be trying to help us understand that unique kind of hair that grows out of our follicles. According to the Documentary by … Continue reading

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If you can’t eat it, don’t put it on your Hair 2

Hi Ladies, hope you’ve had a great great week. Last week i posted about relaxers, I explained why we shouldn’t use them on our hair. If you’re stuck on the ‘Cream Crack’ and want out contact me and i’ll walk … Continue reading

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