Monday, December 21, 2015


I am so excited about bringing you new natural products for 2016.   As I stated once or twice,  I was a nail tech.   I have created Shawzae formaldehyde free nail lacquers,  and I am really excited about this,  because when I was a nail tech,  this was the furthest thing from my mind.  As a herbalist stylist,  I am always thinking about natural products.   These nail lacquers are my first, thanks to
Brambleberry.  I have some products already listed on my site, such as the nail lacquers,  soaps, hair product,  natural eye shadows just to name a few.    I will be listing a few more items such a natural lip balms,  herbal cuticle treatment, and more.   I will also continue to creating my new Shawzae custom wigs.   I will keep everyone posted on new items,  and new videos that we will be doing
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I am going to say yes, absolutely,  because some brand of hair products are very different from each other,  including the way the hair was put together.   We all know that human hair v. human hair blend is very different, when it come to the quality of the hair.  We also know that each brand has their own human hair and human hair mix, including some synthetic hair.    We look for quality in the hair that we purchase rather it is human hair or human hair blend.   I love Zury, Outre, and Milky Way,  and warming up to Sendationnel.    Each of these brands have really good hair in my book,  and sometimes feeling of the hair from different brands,  I can't tell the different.   Some of the human hair blend looks and feel real,  and I especially look for that type of quality in hair.   I wear human hair and human hair blend,  I want to do the same with either hair,  so it dose matter.

This is a Zury brand human hair which I love,  for more information on this item go

Friday, December 4, 2015


We all want that amazing look on the holidays,  when we meet up with family, and friends that we haven't seen in years.   We have aged,  and our hair has thinned out,  so we are left with the fear of looking worst than we are.    A lot of ladies with thin hair or alopecia still find ways to wear extensions,  it's amazing.   I see it a lot on YouTube,  however,  it's not something I would recommend to these ladies.   I believe that a custom wig would be a better fit for two reasons (1)  a wig can be removed easy to take care of the natural hair (2)  corn rows for extensions are not the best move for already thin hair.   When you braid/corn row someone hair for extensions,  you will be putting pressure to there already damage hair.   I feel bad for some of the ladies because you can actually see the pressure that is put on their hair preparing it for extensions.  When you wear a wig,  you will also wear braids/corn rows with less pressure.  I suggest whatever style you choose make sure you can sleep comfortably,  the holidays are set for fun and more fun,  so make sure your hair health is good.