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How many times have you wondered what your hair type is? Let’s be honest, we’ve all obsessed at least a little bit about our hair type or curl pattern. Maybe it’s somewhere in-between 3c and 4a, or maybe you have 4a, 4b, AND 4c in different parts of your hair! As one of the most visible characteristics of natural hair, it can seem all-important, and many people think knowing their hair type will ultimately determine how to care for their hair. But contrary to popular belief, it’s not all about hair type. In fact, your hair has other characteristics that are even more important to know in your natural hair journey. No two curl patterns are the same, therefore it’s necessary to know the porosity level of your own to get the most out of your hair routine. In other words, understanding the porosity of your hair is the first step in managing your specific curl type with the proper product regimen, so you get beautiful styling results every time.

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If you are looking for cleaner, healthier and glowing skin with the help from natural products look no further than our Black African Organics Witch Hazel Toner. This natural anti-bacterial face toner is exactly what you need for perfect skin. With the help of Natural oils, this toner will leave your skin feeling and looking refreshed and moisturized.

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It’s pretty much an accepted fact in the beauty world that if there’s one product you really can’t do without, it is tissue oil. This head-to-toe, multi-purpose solution can be used for just about anything – from dry scalp and cracked heels, to protecting, rejuvenating and restoring skin, hair and nails!

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There’s nothing like an old school ponytail; it can be casual or elegant, sexy or flirty, or downright messy! Whatever the case may be, ponytails are one of the best go-to hairstyles for any occasion.

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Thin hair can be annoying and difficult to manage. While we know certain diseases, medications, age, hormones and genes—factors we have little to no control over—are the biggest culprits behind hair loss and thinning hair, experts say there are things

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Today, we have hundreds of different beauty products available to us — washes, toners, scrubs and so on — but what did people use thousands of years ago before commercial chemicals existed to help heal their skin?

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