Friday, 19 August 2016

AMBER ROSE & MOM STEP OUT ROCKING MATCHING HAIRSTYLES

Ok. So Amber Rose has gone back to her original hair brand. Now she stepped out running errands with her mom in LA, with the duo rocking very similar low golden hairstyles. 
Only that mom's is just slightly longer than hers, and seems to be a deeper hue. See photos..

TAME IT! MANE THING WITH STELLA DAMASUS

I was watching television on a Saturday morning and stumbled on a television program. The presenter was speaking to a black woman who was furious about an experience she had. 
She was asked to tell the audience why she was so upset, and why she wanted justice. 

HAIR ACCORDING TO CHRIS 'BREEZY' BROWN

Since we're on the subject, decided to visit some of Chris Brown's hair history. Enjoy...

CHRIS BROWN: WHY PINK? BY MATHEW EBEDE

So Chris Brown decided to change his hairstyle again. That's no longer news, but why?
Breezy', as he is popularly called is one smoking hot dude who can rock just about any look. But how come Pink Cornrows?
1. Could it be that there is no more space on his body to put a new tat, to spice up his life?
2. Or could it be that it might have something to do with his little girl Royalty: a salute to her once again, you know he's constantly doing stuffs to validate or, show off his love for her.
3. Or simply, his little angel picked out that fiery pink for him
For whatever reasons, these cornrows are not the typical front to back but instead are snaked across the top of his head and look super stylish.
its great that he decided to go with a color most tough guy singer/rapper would not go near. But hey, its super stylish, totally unique and 100%chris. He is owing this look like there is no tomorrow.

what do you guys think?
Breezy debuted the new look via his instagram page on july 5 wearing a hot hoodie to match the new look.





Thursday, 11 August 2016

MADISON JAYE - HAIR IS A SOURCE OF ENERGY..


Its time for #hairvolutiohairforum with @MadisonJaye_
Long before her media days, Today's guest was no stranger to hard work. Growing up in the inner city of Newark, New Jersey, she knew what it was like to lack...working long hours, being dedicated, and building faith. She has experienced everything from losing her parents to ending up homeless, walking miles to school so that she could have a meal, and find a local soup kitchen to eat dinner. 
 Now, she's "Media's New Queen" and has worked or interviewed some of Entertainment Industry Elites, Top Brands & Grammy Award Winners.. 
Maddy, as we love to call her is a Media Personality, Speaker & Host of "The Madison Jaye Show"
 



Hv.. @madisonJaye_ welcome to #hairvolutionhairforum. So good to have u here
Madison.. So excited..

Hv.. Today's #hairvolutionhairforum is proudly supported by Honey Blowout, the Original Honey haircare solution, Kimo Bentley All Natural Skincare line, & DomesticatedDrea, the name for great fur.
Let's give you some warm #naija welcome. Wassere! GBA o!!! You said your nephew's a Nigerian, how's that?
Madison... my twin sister dated a Nigerian and gave birth to my nephew. so he's African-American, Puerto Rican, Dominican and Nigerian

Wednesday, 10 August 2016

BEST BRANDS FOR AFRO KINKY CROTCHET AND BRAIDS - MANE THING WITH STELLA DAMASUS



I like to wear natural hair but the truth is, it can be really tiring. 


I love hair very much as you know, but I don't have all the time in the world to do the natural hair routine everyday. 

Sometimes I want to protect my own natural hair from combing and products but I also want to have the same natural look without having my hair out. So I do protective styles that still look like my hair such as, Afro kinky braids, Afro puffy twists, Afro crotchet and crotchet wigs are some of the styles I do that look like I am wearing my natural hair.

The beauty of these styles is that if done right people can barely tell that it is not all yours.

There are some brands that look very synthetic and shine unnecessarily. Sometimes it may even make you scared to go near the kitchen for fear of the hair catching fire.

I have used a lot of brands trust me, and I have found the best that I will gladly recommend to you:

  • Bijoux realistic Afro kinky bulk 
  • Naffy fluffy twist hair 
  • Afri naptural Afro kinky bulk 
  • Janet collection Afro kinky twist hair 
  • Vivica fox Afro soul kinky bulk 

These are the most realistic, softest and easy to handle brands I have used.

They don't hurt my fingers when I braid or twist.

They are easy to crotchet on my hair or wig cap and I don't need to put any products on them.

I chose these ones because they are durable and can be used more than three times if properly handled.

You can curl and bring them back to the original state by combing the curls out carefully and braiding the strands.

I hope this is helpful and if you need more information please let us know.

If you have found brands that are very good and you can recommend, do not hesitate to share them with me.

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

AMBER ROSE & HER "MONSTER-OUS' MARYLIN


Its no news that Amber Rose recently changed her hairstyle, bringing Marilyn Monroe back to life. We are all still wondering if we like it or not. So we call it unrecognizable, but her son has an opinion.. "You look like a monster" he blurted out in a video she posted on Instagram. Amber looked visibly thrown aback by his comment, but quickly recovered.  We serve you the video, and also the pictures of the old and new Amber Rose.
So what do YOU think? 
Yay or Nay?

video






JAMES CATALANO - CELEBRITY HAIR STYLIST

James Catalano is a celebrity hairstylist based in the United kingdom
Hv.. Let's meet you..
James Catalano: Hair Stylist / Session Stylist.

#HairvolutionHairforum with MADISON JAYE

  • Supported by HONEY BLOWOUT
  •  KIMO BENTLEY ALL NATURAL SKIN CARE LINE 
  • & THANKS TO DOMESTICATEDDREA FOR THE  FUR.

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Thursday, 4 August 2016

ITCHY SCALP - MANE THING WITH STELLA DAMASUS

So many women have a problem with itchy scalp but are too embarrassed to even say or discuss about it. There was stigma as regards having an itchy scaly scalp when I was growing up. Some people believed that any woman who has an itchy or scaly scalp is dirty or has a horrible disease.