This is my list of Ultimate Twist-outs. To me it’s all about definition. I had a horrible time with twist-outs and I always assumed it was because my hair is 4C so I don’t have curls so much as puffs. Finally, I figured you a twistout that was defined and worked for me even on humid days. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE TWISTOUT METHOD FOR MY4C HAIR
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Black History Month fact #15
711 to 1492 Spain, as it is now known, was ruled by Black African Moors.
The etymology of the word ‘Moor’ is black, or dark. Moors were a mix of Black African and Arabic Muslims who ruled Spain and the rest of the Iberian peninsula between 711 and 1492.
The Moors were constantly defending against invading Christian Europeans from the north. This period as we are brainwashed to know from K-12 is called the Reconquista, or the reconquest, during the Christian/Muslim war of the Crusades.
Nevertheless, Al-Andalus, or Moorish Iberia, flourished in the arts, sciences, medicine, religion, culture, and architecture. Córdoba was one capitol of the several caliphates on the peninsula, and was one of the most advanced and populous cities in the world at the time, as well as a great cultural, political, financial and economic center.
Rule under these kingdoms saw the rise in cultural exchange and cooperation between Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Under the Caliphate of Córdoba, al-Andalus was a beacon of learning, and the city of Córdoba became one of the leading cultural and economic centres in both the Mediterranean Basin and the Islamic world.
Moorish contributions to Western Europe and especially to Spain were almost incalculable—in art and architecture, medicine and science, and learning (especially ancient Greek learning).
This is a Bentonite Clay treatment.
Bentionite Clay was historically used by Native Americans for purification and healing. This powered clay can be used for masks, shaving, or for oily hair and scalp.
Benefits of Bentonite Clay:Digestive disturbances like acid reflux, constipation, bloating, gas, etc (Kaolin clay was common ingredient in medicines like Maalox and Rolaids for years)
Helping with skin and allergy issues
To help provide minerals for the body
To help speed recovery from vomiting and diarrhea
In oral health preparations
Externally for all types of skin problems and to speed healing
if you are a natural it helps define your curls
It also revels the length of your hair as you put it on.
You DON’T only have to be natural to use this it doesn’t matter what type hair you have. Natural or relaxed hair don’t matter. It cleans your hair better than shampoo.