It's me at work. I'm feeling the small earring thing, but for some reason I just couldn't get a good picture with them showing. My reflection in the mirror was perfect, but the camera phone was not cooperating at all. You know how they do! As far as earrings go, 3 inches and less is my still. I know people with TWAs and other styles usually go for gigantic earrings. Simple and elegant trumps out large and bold for me. With that said, I'm going to focus on smaller earrings using gemstones and precious metals.
If you've been around me online from way back, 6+ years ago, then you'll know I've been using Jamaican Mango & Lime Cactus leave-in moisturizer forever. Yes, it's been through changes. No, it's not all natural. It's made by a Black owned business, but I get it from the local Asian beauty supply store. It works. It's a light weight, water soluble, slippery cream. I don't use conditioner after watering or shampooing my hair, so this is all the product my hair gets and needs.
I would like to find a nice all natural, handmade product for my hair, but it cannot have SHEA BUTTER.
If you've used these products and your hair liked them, would you try to fix something that isn't broken? I'm Facebook & Twitter friends with so many people who make products and I feel guilty not being able to say that I use Black Woman Over There Hair Pudding Custard Souffle Mousse Leave-In Moisturizing Conditioner Cream Butter. Should it matter who you get the product from if it works? What would you do?