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Gabriel Jayne
23/09-16:28
David Bowie inspired look w/ @farfetch I recreated this iconic David Bowie look with the help of @FARFETCH beauty products. #YourChoiceYourFARFETCH
OFF-WHITE BEAUTY Evil-Lyn Crayon Box paint sticks - 909
OFF-WHITE BEAUTY Evil-Lyn Crayon Box paint sticks - 909
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YourNaturalSolution
20/05-13:12
To get big fluffy waves on Afro hair, it’s all about the prep! Start of with shampooed and deep conditioner hair, blow dry then Bantu knot. The results are to die for. You’re welcome darling ♥️
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YourNaturalSolution
03/05-10:22
I have a spray bottle full of pure rose water on my counter. Every other day I sprits my face abs hair with it. Keeps my hair and skin hydrated and healthy.
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Onyeka
20/04-22:57
Who said dry shampoo couldn’t be used on Afro hair? If you’re days between washes and feel like your strands are saturated in product, my saviour is the Living Proof Perfect Hair Day. Revives my coils in seconds
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Kat Ven Beauty
18/04-12:57
No dry shampoo? No problem! If you're not too big of a fan of dry shampoo to keep one in your beauty stash, but there are times that your hair feels flat or your roots get greasy, here's a quick fix I love: FLOUR or CORNSTARCH! Both flour and cornstarch have the ability to absorb oil, while cornstarch also helps with volume. Bonus tip: Matching your hair colour. Blondies: Use corn flour/maize flour for its natural yellow tone. Brunettes: Add some cocoa powder to the flour until you get the desired shade. Dark brunettes: Add some activated charcoal to the flour - be cautious here as it does not take much to change the colour. Pro tip: You can save the mixture in a container for future uses!
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