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The Importance of Deep Conditioning

All hair is made up of the same material, a tough protein called “Keratin.”  Textured hair requires proper care and attention because curly and kinky hair is prone to dryness and breakage due to its fragile and brittle state.

With all the manipulation that is done to hair daily, it is important to strengthen hair follicles by deep conditioning hair.  Deep conditioning hair helps prevent dryness and damage from heat and styling tools, keeping hair at its healthiest, most luminous state.

All hair textures can benefit from deep conditioning but for those of us with natural hair, deep conditioning is an absolute must, and here’s why!

Hair Nourishment

Just like any other part of our body, our hair also requires nourishment. Deep conditioning the hair infuses it with the nutrients it needs to stay healthy and grow.

Hair Dryness and Breakage Prevention

Because of the emollients and other moisturizing ingredients in deep conditioner, hair’s elasticity will improve which means your hair becomes more flexible and manageable. Textured hair will experience less breakage when a deep conditioning treatment is apart of the haircare routine. 

Length Retention

By improving hair’s elasticity through deep conditioning, hair becomes stronger and more resilient which helps in long term length retention. Having strong hair means less breakage and shedding.

Keeps Hair Soft, Smooth and Shiny

Soft, smooth and shiny hair are all signs of healthy hair. Deep conditioning weekly or every other week, helps contribute to smooth and shiny hair. 

Hair Repair

A deep conditioning treatment will help repair damaged hair, whether it be from heat styling, color, or any chemical treatments. Deep conditioning your hair will help renew and restore hair follicles, ensuring good hair days forever! 

What is Deep Conditioning?

Deep conditioning is basically applying a deep or thicker conditioner in your hair for an amount of time to treat and repair damaged hair and/or to add whatever is lost back into the hair.

It is important that you use the right deep conditioner to achieve great results with your hair. Too much protein will make the hair go hard and too much moisture will make the hair mushy, so a good balance of protein and moisture is perfect for a deep conditioner. 

HairYum Blueberry Deep Conditioner deeply moisturizes and repairs dry, damaged and/or over-processed hair. HairYum Blueberry Deep Conditioner contains Purified Water, Blueberry Extracts, Wheat Protein, Coconut Oil, Soybean Oil, Glycerin, Honey, and Shea Butter which are perfect ingredients for healthy natural hair. Our naturally derived ingredients will repair damaged hair and improve hair porosity. And our blueberry deep conditioner smells AMAZING!

Suggested Usage:
-After using HairYum Lavender Mango Shampoo, smooth HairYum Blueberry Deep Conditioner through hair and leave in for two to five minutes.
-Rinse thoroughly.

Click HERE to purchase HairYum Blueberry Deep Conditioner.

By | August 25th, 2017|Condition, Hair Growth, Hair Texture, Hair Tips, Moisture, Naturals|1 Comment

Healthy Hair Smoothie

At HairYum, we believe healthy hair starts from within….

After numerous requests, we made our yummy, vegan Healthy Hair Smoothie on Periscope. Please connect with @hairyum on Periscope to watch the replay!

Intensely green, creamy and loaded with exceptional nutrients, this smoothie will make your hair glow from inside out!

Ingredients:

  • 1 frozen organic banana
  • 1 cup of organic mangos (frozen or fresh)
  • I cup of organic spinach or kale (or any dark green leafy vegetable)
  • 1 & 1/2 cup Unsweetened Almond Milk (chilled)
  • Optional: 1 tsp organic raw honey

Instructions:

  • Blend all the ingredients until creamy and drink straight away.

Hair Benefits:

  • Banana is rich in potassium, natural oils, carbohydrates and vitamins which help in softening the hair and protects the hair’s natural elasticity preventing split ends and breakage. Banana creates manageability, shine, growth and controls dandruff.
  • Mangoes are rich sources of vitamin C, and hence promote collagen production for healthy hair growth. Mangoes provide nourishment to hair and treat dandruff.
  • Spinach strengthens hair. Including spinach in your daily diet is an excellent way to increase the growth of your hair. This is because spinach is a rich source of Vitamin A and Vitamin C, which help in promoting hairgrowth.
  • Almond milk is high in potassiummagnesiumproteinfatty acidscalciumzinc, Vitamin A, E, selenium and manganese. All these nutritious goodies are quite beneficial to hair. Almonds contain a lot of protein; this enhances the repair and hair growth process.
  • Raw Honey – If you have dry or damaged hairhoney can help. A natural humectant, honey attracts moisture. It’s also full of antioxidants and nutrients to feed hair follicles that house the live part of hair, encouraging hair growth.

Tip: Eat lots of dark, green leafy vegetables as they are packed with Iron. Iron is one of the most important nutrients for the hair as it carries oxygen to the hair follicles.

What is your go-to smoothie recipe, we’d love to know, please share in the comments below! If you do not have one, this is the perfect opportunity to try our healthy hair smoothie.  Bon Ap·pé·tit 🙂

By | July 6th, 2017|Hair Growth, Hair Tips, Healthy Living, Naturals|0 Comments

The Benefits to Hair Steaming….

Summer is here and having dry hair is one of the most talked about issues for women, especially us with natural hair. We tend to spend everything we have looking for the best solutions possible – searching for dry hair remedies that work! It seems like oils, conditioners or hair masks are logical fixes for dry hair, but we want to introduce you to a much simpler yet effective solution to combat dry hair.

Say Hello to Hair Steaming…

What is Hair Steaming?

Simply stated, hair steaming means means adding moisture to the hair in the form of moist heat (steam) to the hair strands. Hair steaming can be done in a number of different ways. For example, you can use a  handheld hair steamer, a standing steamer, a steamer cap,  or even enjoying the steam after a long warm shower.

Hair steaming is a one of the best things you can do to help your hair grow and strengthen the elasticity of your hair.  The benefits of hair steaming are incredible, your hair will be stronger and more vibrant.

Benefits of Hair Steaming

  • Opens Hair Cuticle – The hair cuticle opens when the warm vapor from the hair steamer is placed onto your hair. Thus, allowing nutrients to penetrate into hair and the moist heat encourages blood flow to the scalp.
  • Improves Hair Elasticity – Steam treatments improve the elasticity and strength of the hair. Elasticity refers to how much the hair strand can be stretched without breaking. Hair steaming helps the hair to absorb so much moisture that the curls will be able to bend and stretch. It keeps your hair in a strong elastic state, allowing you to style your hair beautifully without worrying of hair breakage.
  • Enhances Curl Definition – Moisture is one of the keys to great definition regardless of your hair texture. Hair steaming allows you to get the moisture to help reshape and boost your curls. You’re now able to walk out the door with lively and defined kinks, coils, and curls!
  • Porosity – Hair steam therapy is good for naturalistas with low porosity. It allows the water vapor to penetrate into hair strands for long lasting moisture. Because the cuticle layer is being opened, it is easier for products to penetrate into the hair to maintain supple flexible strands. Low porosity hair loves all moisture and steaming is like dessert to the hair.
  • Promotes Hair Growth –  Hair Steaming helps add moisture to the hair, which is the canvas for healthy hair growth. The warmth from the steam also helps fight through some product build-up/dirt on the scalp, making it easier to keep your scalp clean. Adding this treatment into your natural hair regimen will help you improve the overall health of your hair.

Constant changes in the environment around us mean that we must also change the way we care for our hair. Over exposure to harsh products, chemicals, stress and medications can cause damage to our hair. To get the most out of hair steaming at home, we recommend that you prep your hair with HairYum blueberry deep conditioner or HairYum pink sugar protein conditioner, and HairYum hairgrowth vegan hair oil. Just by adding a few drops of our HairYum Hairgrowth oil to the blueberry deep conditioner will add hydration to your hair before you hair steam.

We advise doing a steam treatment every two weeks to build up moisture retention but don’t over do it. Also use a hair steamer for no more than 20-30 minutes.

Share your hair steaming results below – we love hearing from you.

 

By | May 16th, 2017|Hair Growth, Hair Tips, Moisture|3 Comments

Hair Goals! A must have for 2017!

HairYum Collection ++If your HAIR could relive 2016, what would you do differently?

Over the course of the year, we manipulate our hair so much….blow drying, flat ironing, extensions, crochet braids, color, highlights, henna….the list is endless.

The one thing we neglect to do for our hair is to set goals. You want healthier, longer, more yummy hair?  Set a goal! Yes, #hairgoals 

Here are some of mine:

  • Drink tons of water – Join me for our #hairyum #waterchallenge from Jan. 2-31st.
  • Eat more vegetables & fruits – Healthy hair starts from within. Click HERE to learn how you can go vegan.
  • Workout at least 30 mins a day, 3-5 times a week – just 30 mins a day can prevent a heart attack!
  • More Steam – steam is so good for my hair. I love steaming my hair….
  • Deep Condition with our blueberry deep conditioner – weekly.
  • Rest – Going to bed early and getting up earlier are great for the mind, body, and soul.
  • Protective Styles – more updos, twist outs, and wash-n-gos!

In 2017, I want to go heatfree. Yes, I know that is a lofty goal; however, I do not want to put any heat on my hair for 365 days! The benefits would be enormous and I could track my hair growth and share all the yummy goodness with you all on periscope! Please make sure you follow us @hairyum.

I challenge you to take 5 minutes right now. Think about your hair. Close your eyes. Set a timer.

Then open your eyes and write down a list of goals you have for your hair in 2017.

Write them down now.

Done?

Ok. Now take that piece of paper and tape it up on your wall. Those are your #hairgoals for 2017.

Share them with us in the comments below or tag us on instagram using #hairgoals

We love to hear from you.

PS: I was featured as Women of Wednesday by Huffington Post Writer, Olivia Cole. Click HERE to check out the feature and show me some love 🙂

Happy New Year
Tosi xoxo

By | December 31st, 2016|Hair Growth, Naturals|0 Comments

Hair Porosity 101

Honestly, the first time we heard the word Porosity was a couple of years ago, when we were working on the hairyum collection. We wanted to ensure our products worked well with different hair textures, and realized understanding hair porosity is vital to attaining healthy, moisturized hair.

Hair Porosity simply refers to your hair’s ability to absorb and retain moisture, oils, or chemicals like color.  Here are three ways to determine where your hair falls on the porosity spectrum: low, medium, or high.

Yes, you can do these tests even if you are not completely natural.

  • The Float Test: Take a couple of strands of hair from your comb or brush and drop them into a bowl of water. Let them sit for 2-4 minutes. If your hair floats, you have low porosity. If it sinks, you have high porosity. If your hair sinks at a medium pace, not too fast or slow, you have medium/normal porosity hair.
  • The Strand Test: Take a strand of hair and slide your fingers up the shaft (toward the scalp). If you feel little bumps along the way, this means that your cuticle is lifted and that you have high porosity. If your fingers slip smoothly, then you have low porosity hair.
  • The Water Test: To determine your hair porosity level using water, spritz a small section of curls with water and watch how your hair reacts – does your hair absorb the water quickly (indicating high porosity) or does it remain on top (indicating a low porosity level).

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High Porosity:

High porosity hair has a difficult time holding onto moisture as it easily escapes the raised cuticles. It is important to avoid drying detergents and silicones that will make the issue worse.

Tips: Apple Cider Vinegar rinses work well on the hair as well as rich creams and butters. The hairyum coconut soufflé leave in conditioner works well and is a must for high porosity hair. Add our hairyum hair oil as a sealant for hair because moisture leaves so quickly. Aloe Vera gel or Aloe Vera juice will work to adjust the PH balance of your hair and seal in moisture.

High porosity hair often comes from heat or chemical damage.  When your hair is damaged, the cuticles raise up.  To repair hair, deep condition weekly with the hairyum blueberry deep conditioner.

Low Porosity: 

Typically much harder to moisturize since it is more difficult for moisture to penetrate the hair shaft. Low porosity hair thrives on moisture. Water is the best moisturizer. Every day give your hair some hydration. Humectants are your friends.

Tips: Use water based, liquid leave in moisturizers that will moisturize without heaviness. Rinse hair often and lightly seal with our coconut leave in soufflé and hairgrowth oil. Heaven, our hairgrowth oil is light, easy to absorb and does not weigh hair down. Light weight oils are ideal for low porosity hair.  Also, use a hair steamer to allow moisture to get in.

Medium Porosity: 

Medium porosity hair is easily moisturized and retains its moisture level well. You are very lucky if your hair fits in this category! Medium porosity hair allows moisture inside the cuticle easily, making hair less susceptible to breakage.

Tips: Use moisturizing conditioners, like hairyum pink sugar conditioner or our blueberry deep conditioner. Avoid leaving protein conditioners in the hair for more than 5-10 minutes as the protein will harden the hair when it is rinsed out. Add our hairyum hairgrowth oil to help seal your hair after conditioning.

Share this post and leave a comment below with your hair porosity! One lucky reader will receive our a bottle of Heaven, our organic, natural, vegan, hairgrowth oil.

By | November 2nd, 2016|Hair Growth, Hair Texture, Hair Tips, Moisture, Naturals|3 Comments

Oil Rinsing…Goodbye Dry Hair!

The Importance of Oil Rinsing

Oil rinsing is huge trend today in the natural hair care community. Women started adding this simple technique to their hair care regimen and the results were amazing! Some compare it to a pre-poo or a hot oil treatment, but oil rinsing is different.

  • Pre-poo is a treatment done PRIOR (Pre) to shampooing your hair.
  • Hot oil treatment is when heated oil is applied to your hair.
  • Oil rinsing is done after you shampoo your hair.

What is Oil Rinsing?

Oil rinsing is a hair rinse using a generous amount of oil. Oil rinsing can be done in the shower; in between shampooing and conditioning the hair. Once the hair is clean and still soaking wet, apply a generous amount of oil to hair from root to tip – allowing it to sit for about 5-25 minutes. Then our Pink Sugar Conditioner or Blueberry Deep Conditioner can be applied optionally while the oil is still in the hair. Then, rinse hair well with cool water to remove the excess oil and conditioner. It is important that the water is cool so your pores close faster. With hot water, the pores, tend to remain open. Closed pores mean the oil stays on your hair strands and this is what you want to retain moisture.

Frequency: You can oil rinse as often as you’d like!

Why is Oil Rinsing Important?

-Prevents dryness because it seals moisture into the hair.

-Increases moisture retention.

-Restores natural oils into the hair which could have been stripped away while shampooing.

-Reduces or eliminates frizz that naturally occurs in our natural hair.

-Detangles hair and help prevent split ends

-Adds Shine and Softens the hair follicles

-Promotes hair growth

What Oils to Use?

It is important that you choose the right mixture of oils to receive the full benefit of oil rinsing. We made it easy for you. Heaven, Our Hairyum Vegan, Organic Hair Oil contains oils like, avocado, coconut, jojoba, argan, and olive oil. These oils are coating oils, essential for locking in moisture as they coat the hair. Also, our Hair Oil is 100% organic and vegan, so a little goes a long way.

See the full list of oils and more, Click HERE to buy Heaven, our organic, vegan hair oil.

P.S. Enter to Win a FREE bottle of Heaven, share this post and leave a comment!

 

By | September 29th, 2016|Hair Growth, Hair Tips, Moisture|1 Comment

7 Best Fruits for Healthy Hair

Who doesn’t want Healthy, Shiny, & Strong Hair? The next time you take a trip to the local market or grocery store make sure to grab the fruits on our list. Incorporating a variety of healthy foods packed with lots of nutrition will help you to get the hair you have always dreamt of. The 7 fruits on our list will help your hair feel and look amazing.

7 Fruits for Optimal Hair Growth!

1. Papaya – Hair follicles require collagen to stay healthy for hair growth.  Papayas have lots of vitamin C which makes collagen. This super fruit is packed with key nutrients that are vital for healthy hair.
2. Pineapples – Pineapple is loaded with vitamin C, which is important not only for the healthy hair growth, but also, this antioxidant helps your body renew and repair tissues, as well as absorbs iron.
3. Peaches – This fruit is best-known for treating scalp problems. Eat lots of peaches if you have thinning hair or scalp problems.
4. Dark Orange & Yellow Fruits – Dark Orange and yellow fruits like such as sweet potatoes, pumpkins, carrots, yellow apples, pineapples, cantaloupes, nectarines, yellow tomatoes and many more are good for healthy hair growth. All these fruits are loaded with beta-carotene that converts to vitamin A in your body. Adequate vitamin A helps produce natural oils which are essential to a healthy scalp. Deficiency of vitamin A can cause itchiness and dandruff.
5. Kiwis – This fuzzy and juicy fruit is rich in vitamin C that is good for healthy hair. It is also packed with antioxidants that help in detoxifying and rejuvenating your skin and hair. The antioxidants in kiwis are also beneficial in protecting us from cancer and heart disease.
6. Apples -An apple a day makes the hair grow and stay. Okay…that is not how it goes, but the facts are true. Apples helps in preventing the growth of dandruff and add moisture to the scalp.
7. Bananas – Bananas are loaded with potassium and vitamins A, C and E which are good for hair. Packed with Vitamin A, bananas aids in retaining the natural oil in the scalp and repairing dry skin. While vitamin C helps in the reduction of cell oxidation helping hair and skin to repair and re-grow.
Bonus: Berries…Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Blackberries – There is no other fruit that match this super fruit when it comes to nutrient power that encourages healthy hair growth. Rich in vitamin C, berries feed hair follicles and promotes blood circulation on the scalp. Berries contain vitamin B, which provides enough oxygen to the cells and thus facilitates to reduce hair loss, prevent the graying process, promote hair growth and add softness and shine to your hair.

Share your favorite fruit in the comments below! And join our vegan challenge which kicks off Oct.1st.

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By | September 20th, 2016|Hair Growth, Hair Tips, Healthy Living, Vegan|0 Comments

Lemon DIY Hair Mask for Itchy, Dry Scalp!

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An itchy, dry scalp is a nightmare? The ingredients mentioned in this blog will provide much needed relieve to a dry and itchy scalp and help protect hair and scalp against further damage. The formula is simple and your scalp will thank you for it. Many people have flakes in their hair due to poor diet, stress and climate, among other factors. Fresh lemon juice possesses natural exfoliating properties that are great for hair and skin. Apple cider vinegar is great for treating dandruff and removing impurities from hair follicles.

Here are the needed ingredients:

  1. Fresh Organic Lemons
  2. HairYum Vegan Hair Oil 
  3. Apple Cider Vinegar
  4. Purified Water

*Increase the quantities of each ingredient based on hair thickness and length.

Mixture:

  1. 2 Teaspoons of Fresh Lemon Juice (without seeds and pulp)
  2. 2 Teaspoons of HairYum Hair Oil
  3. 2 Teaspoons Apple Cider Vinegar
  4. 2 Teaspoons of Water

Mix all four ingredients together well. The oil and water will separate, that is normal. Pour in a spray bottle and shake well. Then, part hair into sections and spray unto hair and scalp.  Massage scalp in a circular motion with finger tips. Let mixture sit on scalp for 15-20 minutes, then rinse out. Shampoo with HairYum Lavender Mango Shampoo then condition with HairYum Pink Sugar Protein Conditioner. Rinse hair thoroughly with cool water. Style as usual.

This treatment can be applied every other week or when your scalp itches and you see flakes.

The premium oils in our HairYum vegan, organic hair oil provide hair with the needed moisture, while the fresh lemon juice and apple cider vinegar detoxifies and cleanses the scalp. Our lemon hair mask helps get rid of dandruff and will aid in faster and healthier hair growth.

Please share your secrets for a healthy, itch free scalp! We love hearing from our customers.

P.S. Check out details regarding, HEAVEN — our HairYum Organic Hair Oil. Click HERE to learn more.

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By | August 2nd, 2016|Hair Growth, Hair Tips|0 Comments

HairYum Vegan Vitamins

HairYum Vegan Vitamins are great for hair, skin, and nails. Our daily supplements promote hair growth.  The effects of hair loss and thinning on self-image and self-esteem are well documented, and our hair supplements have been shown to help thicken and strengthen hair. Many customers inform us they see results in a little as 2 weeks. Our hairyum vitamins are 100% vegan, even our capsule. Our vitamins  contain Biotin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Zinc, and a Proprietary Blend all of which have been shown to be essential for hair growth. These elements are also essential for the body to function as efficiently as it can, and many of them can be found in a variety of foods and beverages.

Our bodies are already taking many of these nutrients in and they should be a part of our diet. Taking them as supplements consistently ensures that nutrients and vitamins travel through our bloodstream to essential organs, then to our hair follicles and cortex. Our hairyum vegan vitamins  are not “miracle pills,” and we caution users not to be disappointed when they do not see results overnight. We strongly recommend, the 3 month supply as this allows your hair to reach its full potential. Vitamins works on hair from the inside — they have to travel through the bloodstream into the hair follicles. 3 months or 12 weeks is the optimal time to receive the nourishment from our hairyum vegan vitamins and many customers report seeing significant hair and nail growth.

How our vitamins work:

  • 2 Weeks: Hair and Skin begin to feel hydrated and revitalized.
  • 4 weeks: Hair begins to grow faster. Hair, Skin, and Nails begin to strengthen.
  • 8 weeks: Hair appears thicker, Nails are stronger and Skin glows.
  • 12 weeks: Hair condition stabilizes and hair continues to grow at an optimal rate. Nails grow. Skin appears smoother.

Our vitamins work best when users drink water and eat a healthy diet rich with fruits and vegetables. Of course, we recommend a clean vegan diet. Grab HairYum Vegan Vitamins Now. Click HERE.

Results: Please tag us with your hairyum results to our Instagram page @hairyum and tag #hairyum. We love featuring our customers.

By | June 12th, 2016|Hair Growth, Hair Tips|0 Comments

Swim Tips for Natural Hair

Yay! Summer is here.  Every child should know how to swim, whether they have kinky curly, straight, curly, relaxed, or natural hair.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 10 people die from unintentional drowning every single day, and for black children the chances of drowning are “significantly higher than those for whites and Hispanics at every age from five years through 18.” While the risk of unintentional drowning persists throughout childhood, the age when black kids are most vulnerable is 10.

About 70% of African Americans cannot swim. This is an alarmingly high percentage. And that makes us three times more susceptible to drowning than any other ethnic group in America. Black children drown FIVE times more often that than of White children, according to the USA Swimming Foundation.

Swimming is a life skill. Every child should know how to swim and not worry about their hair. I never want a child to miss out on one of life’s great experiences because they are worried about how to protect or style their natural hair.

5 simple ways to protect natural hair while swimming.

  1. Use a good swim cap (latex or silicone) – although, swim caps don’t keep all your hair dry; they help minimize sun damage. Excessive sun damage can lead to hair breakage. Please make sure all your edges are not being pulled to tightly and the swim cap is the proper size.
  2. Wash & Rinse hair well – this seems like a no brainer but it is very important no matter the hair type or texture. Immediately after you swim, wash and rinse your hair well. Our lavender mango shampoo and pink sugar protein conditioner are the perfect combination to help remove chlorine from the hair shaft.
  3. Deep Condition – our blueberry deep conditioner is a must for any swimmer. You must deep condition your hair to restore moisture. Chlorine strips moisture from hair, that is why hair feels dry and brittle when Chlorine is not rinsed out of hair properly. Add our deep conditioner to hair and cover with plastic cap for 5 minutes. Rinse out the deep conditioner and  style with our coconut soufflé leave in conditioner.
  4. Protective Styles are a must – wear a protective style like simple braids, bantu knots, or twists to prevent tangling and minimize chlorine water absorption while swimming.
  5. Use a protectant – You can put some of our vegan hair oil (coming soon) or coconut oil around the edges and on the hair before putting on the swim cap. Adding a coat of oil or protectant will aid in minimizing chlorine water penetration while moisturizing your strands. Also, you can conditioner your hair with our pink sugar protein conditioner, before you put on your swim cap.

Yummy Tip: What is Chlorine? Chlorine is a chemical element, it is a gas not a liquid. Because of its bleaching and disinfectant properties, chlorine is an important part of many cleaning products. This is why chlorine is used in swimming pools. In pool water, chlorine kills bacteria and keeps the water clean. Chlorine is bad for your hair because it strips your hair of its natural oils and moisture which can result in hair breakage.

Tag us on Instagram with your swim pics! We would love to feature you, use the hashtag #naturalsswim #hairyum.

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Happy Swimming!

By | May 30th, 2016|Hair Tips, Naturals, Swimming|8 Comments

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