I am totally obsessed with ETC Boutique’s dope tees! Yolanda Renee, owner and operator of ETC Boutique and Et Cetera Blog Magazine (also a fellow Naturalista, blogger and vlogger), did her thing when she created her line of tees that caters to the everyday Naturalista. I absolutely love her style and her big hair! Her tees are funky, stylish and can easily be dressed up or down. Her boutique also includes jewelry, totes and swimsuits. Check out the ETC Boutique and Et Cetera Blog Magazine HERE.
For the past few years in the natural hair community all the rave has been about hair steamers. While most Naturalistas are used to the “cap and hooded dryer” method of deep conditioning, many are now using the steaming method of deep conditioning. Hair steamers emit steam to infuse and hydrate hair strands with water a.k.a moisture. The warm steam is supposed to lift the hair’s cuticle to allow moisture to penetrate the hair strands intensely and quickly. Applying a conditioner and/or essentials oils to the hair prior to steaming is said to enhance the steaming effects.
I received a Huetiful Hair Steamer for Christmas two years ago and have been using it faithfully every week (sometimes twice a week), so I feel compelled to share my experience, the good and the bad, with you all since I’ve been using it for two LONG years.