Friday, September 25, 2015

His Garden Naturals on BlackBizScope Fridays

his garden naturals featured/promoted on @BlackBizScope & #BlackBizScopeFridays on Periscope!

Orders are coming in. Thanks to @BlackBizScope, #BlackBizScope, and repeat customers and hair clients. Thanks to Pamela Booker of KoilsBy Nature, Adeea Rogers of Trendy Socialite, and Christine St. Vil ofMomsNCharge for allowing me to present my business today at 10:45am. So thankful for those who tuned in and who ordered some of my products. The support and the opportunity to network was awesome, and I met some wonderful people from this initiative to support Black-owned business owners (entrepreneurs) such as myself. Blessings to everyone that's a part of this VILLAGE endeavor. Here's my YouTube video...below. There were some technical difficulties but I pulled it off LOL!!!

To order any of my can go to and if you're in the Richmond VA area and need your wig done (meaning,your hair haha!) you can go to: 

Wednesday, September 23, 2015


Tips for preventing damaged hair!

 Use moisturizing and conditioning treatments that penetrates the core of the hair strand and through the skin without clogging. Products with heavy mineral oil and petroleum can clog up scalp and block moisture from penetrating.

 Keep hair supple and moist by using moisturizers and conditioners and hot oil treatments. Moisturizers and conditioners should be applied from the scalp to the end of hair strands. This helps to combat dryness, breakage, brittleness and unruly hair. ( I can hear one of my former instructors saying, "get those ends" or when we did relaxers, she would walk around shampoo area shouting, "Neutralize 2-3 times to close those porous ends to prevent continuous chemical processing-eventually causing further damage to hair" of course after this, you have to condition and restore lost moisture.

 Trim of dead/damaged and/or porous ends. When the hair has overly porous and dead ends occur, the hair will begin to become more porous/split from the ends all the way towards the scalp and cause more hair breakage and excessive shedding. Remember that when hair is damaged to the point of being dead, you can't resurrect it. Cutting/trimming off the dead hair is the best solution and focus on nurturing the remaining hair that is undamaged and prevent further damage.

 Proper Tools: Do not brush damp hair without using a wide tooth comb/detangling brush to lesson stress and weakness caused by pulling and stretching the hair. Avoid overheated implements (curling irons, blow-dryers & pressing combs). Using tight rubber bands and tight hats that can rub out the edges of the hair and break off hair.

 Certain medications have been linked to hair loss. Chemotherapy, other cancer medicines, isotretinoin and other acne medicines can cause hair damage as well as lithium, which is effective as a treatment for bipolar disorder. One should seek the help of a physician to see if medications can be changed.

 Over Shampooing is also a factor in some hair breakage issues. Excessive shampooing or the wrong shampoo can rob the hair or its natural moisture (Sebum) from the scalp and hair. With African American hair textures that are more on the kinky side, this type (4a & 4b and even 3a & 3b) of texture generally does not need as much shampooing as other textures that are straight and have more moisture. Use shampoos that have moisturizers in it. Oily hair that has a lot of moisture can use shampoos that are not as oily or moisturizing. This is too avoid heavy and weighted down hair caused by overuse or too much conditioning and moisturizing.

Thursday, September 17, 2015


For those of you who are not on I saved my first broadcast on Youtube. Discussing renewing the mind, Combating self-defeating thoughts and how your core-beliefs shape & frame your self-concept-causing you to self-sabotage relationships, connections, and progress toward goal attainment and purpose. Changing your internal language/dialogue by replacing it with positive and biblical truths and more.

Were you moved, intrigued or enjoyed this Live Chat? If so, please take a minute to leave a review below or under this video on Youtube. Your review matters to me and actually inspires and energizes me/us to continue... 

Sunday, September 6, 2015


Check it Out Engaged Couples! those Courting and Dating or Individuals preparing for their future mate! Let's nurture our relationships...

My Eight Week Premarital eGuide is finally published and for sell for leaders and couples alike. Check out this video presentation...

Tuesday, September 1, 2015


Community post!

Hey ladies, girls, fathers, mothers, school officials, churches, ministries, community, and leaders. It's that time again but this time we're located in Richmond VA. ALL THE WAY FROM NY, and are excited about our first year of the program for female teens in the state of VA. If you are located in Richmond VA or surrounding counties, please do share! share! share the news. Thank you! 

  Here's a brief video presentation about the program.