FRONTAL HAIR RE-GROWTH CHALLENGE DAY 10

We've all heard this saying that the hair is the woman's crown and with the ongoing natural hair movement, African women now wear their HAIR with pride. Prior to my natural hair journey, I spent thousands of Naira monthly on hair extensions - aka weavon. Due to itchy scalp and the quest to look 'fresh …

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UNDERSTANDING THE KINGDOM PRIORITIES AND ASSIGNMENT

Bible Texts: Matthew 6:25-34 When a man is occupied by the worries of life, he is simply insulting God. Life was designed to be simple and not complicated and the key to making life more effortless is by prioritizing one's life using the kingdom principles. Priority in this context can be defined as the principal …

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WHICH DO YOU USE: SHOE LACE OR HAIR BAND FOR NATURAL HAIR?

I lost my frontal hair yet again due to bad hair practices which include: braiding very tight conrows, using hairband as against shoe lace to tie my puff etc. As a result of this, I came up with this initiative: FRONTAL HAIR RE-GROWTH CHALLENGE. You can join us to grow your frontal hair by following …

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DEAR MISS HEALTHY MANE: HELP! MY NATURAL HAIR IS AS HARD AS A PUMICE STONE

Hello and welcome to my column. How are you doing, kinks and all? I am Miss Healthy Mane, the in-house trichologist at www.chiomaokoyeakpawusi.com, here to help you achieve a healthy hair. Today, someone came by my salon, comparing her hair with a pumice stone. Yes pumice stone! To me, that was a strange comparison but …

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RED CAP IN IGBO TRADITION

[wpedon id="7774" align="center"]In Igbo Tradition Red Cap and Horn is regarded as a symbol of authority in Igbo world view it also represents the entire institution of leadership, authority and power in Igbo culture. When one has been conferred a Chief taincy title in Igbo land, it is proper that he must wear the Red …

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