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Make Dark Skin Spots Disappear On Your Wedding Day

Dark skin marks are common blemishes that make their appearance once in a while.

These unsightly marks may cause alarm especially for African American brides looking for a perfect glowing face and makeup for Black skin. The first thought is to hide them but since it takes a lot of make up to hide such marks, it is not an option unless you want to be an African American bride with bad makeup and skin. There are many tried and tested over the counter medicated products and simple home remedies that work well to fade the marks naturally for that spectacular look.

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At Home Brazilian Waxing Tips

Some black women with great, smooth legs do so by shaving, but it is also important to learn how to do a Brazilian wax at home.

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Video Love: Tired of Limp, Relaxed Hair?

Ever wanted to quit your relaxer and transition to natural hair?

Take a look at this video and you may want to officially cross over to the other side!  Read more about growing out your relaxer (with tips) here.

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Top Conditioners For Black Hair

Conditioners are a must for black hair as they are the finishing touch for a healthy head of hair. Conditioning hair makes it manageable and also gives it a sheen.

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Beauty Q & A: Hair Relaxer Issues

Q.  My relaxer has damaged my hair. How can I grow it out for good?

I went through the same disaster of having my hair damaged by hair relaxers especially those that are not black hair products. I managed to grow her hair back to its natural healthy look and you can, too. Unless you want to start from scratch by shaving your head and waiting for natural healthy hair to grow, the first step is to determine at what length you want to cut off the processed ends. Once you have this figured out, you can then start the process of growing out relaxer.  The idea is to go for a stress free solution that will not further damage your hair.

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How to Properly Use Boob Pasties

Boob pasties are nipple coverings that are usually self adhesive or come with a special fixative which is mostly gum arabic.

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How To Co-Wash Hair With Simple Products

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Beauty Q & A: Natural Hair Options

Q.: I am tired of relaxing my hair. What are some options if I don’t want to wear a weave but still want manageable hair?

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Beauty Q & A: Keloids

Q: I had keloids as a child. They are on my neck and shoulders. How can I safely remove them? Am I stuck with them for life?

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Dominican Hair Products for Healthy Black Hair

Nothing is more unsightly than unhealthy hair and for most African Americans this can be easily solved by using Dominican hair products.

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