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Weaving For The Big Day

A wedding day hairstyle is supposed to be elegant and comfortable.

Most African American brides are faced with a dilemma when it comes to the ideal style that is unique and true to their sense of style. For most, the chosen style should be easy to maintain for the day. The length and style used to achieve the hairstyle determines these factors. Some African American wedding advice websites recommend weaving as an ideal option for the big day. There are pros and cons to this and if one has never tried this hairstyle, the big day may not be a good idea to debut in this area.

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Do It Yourself Wedding Day Hair

Every bride seeks to look gorgeous on the big day and the hair is one essential beauty aspect that has to be flawless.

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Getting A Bigger Butt Is Not So Easy

Lately, it seems everyone wants to get a bigger butt for some reason.

Though Black women, historically, are known for having ample behinds, the truth is—many black women don’t have big, round bottoms. That is why butt augmentation creams and surgeries are getting popular with Black women. Getting a bigger butt does not come easy. You either have a big butt naturally or you don’t.

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Organic Skin Products for Black Women

It is a universal belief that organic skin products are the best for all skin types.

What sets them apart is the fact that the organic quality ensures that they are rich in antioxidants and vitamins which are essential for healthy skin. The difference between organic and natural products for black skin is that the organic varieties contain ingredients that were cultivated without the use of chemicals. These two factors differentiate the two varieties of black skin products. Since the avoidance of harsh chemicals results in healthy and glowing black skin then the organic skin products are the best black skin products.

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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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Acne Tips For African American Teens

African American teen beauty  is often marred by the appearance of acne.

However, there is great African American teen skin advice available today along with beauty tips for African American teen skin.  It is important to note that even though acne is not lethal in itself, it does have negative psychological effects on those who have it. It is, however, possible to beat acne and come out on top with the right treatment.

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The Best Hot Oil Treatments For Black Hair

African American hair needs a lot of care from black hair products due to its texture which tends to be coarser than Caucasian hair.

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How To Stop Black Hair Loss

Few things are as distressing as black women hair loss since it interferes with their crowning glory.

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How To Get Soft Hands

Some black women, like myself, suffer with constantly dry, cracked hands and wonder how to stop dry skin.

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Give Yourself A Pre-Wedding Day Facial

A facial on the eve of your wedding will not only pamper your skin but relax your mind as well.

African American wedding advice experts recommend a simple facial treatment that you can do in the comfort of your home for that relaxed look. The process starts with holding back the hair away from your face. Cleanse your face with your favourite cleanser and warm water. Circular motions are best to get all the dirt. Remove any makeup and then rinse your face clean. This should lead you to the next step of the facial treatment for Black brides.

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