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AfroDeity Pages Home ABOUT CONTACT LUXURY HAIR CARE Where to Buy Industry News GYM WEAR FACEBOOK TWITTER PINTEREST INSTAGRAM Competitions and Discounts July Giveaway in association with the @Bar Beauty Boutique Our July Giveaway is in association the @Bar Beauty Boutique Its our July giveaway! We are super excited to have up teamed up with the @Bar Beauty Boutique this month. The @Bar Beauty Boutique want to provide a platform for independent beauty brands, giving them an avenue of distribution and awareness through our retail stores and website, and to give the woman of colour access to brands and products specifically formulated for their hair and skin type. @Bar Beauty Boutique is a store that you can walk into and test the products before buying. We are aware that buying a product that you are not familiar with online can be a very expensive purchase if you cannot return the product for example if the colour match is wrong or you just don’t like the smell of a beauty product.So stop by and see us soon! Find Joliette and much more at @Bar Beauty Boutique, online and in store 8 Queens Parade Walm Lane London NW2 5HT Win our brand new Caribbean Citrus Cleansing Oil Just sign up to our newsletter by entering your email address in to the bar below, click the pink button. This is a giveaway not to be missed, enter today. Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity Leilu No comments , by Alicia At AfroDeity Competitions and Discounts May Giveaway with Antidote Street Our May Giveaway is in association with Antidote Street Its our May giveaway! We are super excited to have up teamed up with Antidote Street this month for our biggest giveaway to date! So everyone has been raving about Shea Moisture and you want to know what everyone is talking about? Well here is your chance, £100 of Shea Moisture Products are up for grabs!! Antidote Street is a brand new online destination for black hair and skin care products. They offer a curated selection of hair and grooming products to remedy those daily woes that they understand too well. Antidote Street was born out of the desire to revolutionise the access to black hair and skin care products in the UK. Like us at AfroDeity Antidote understand all too well travelling further a field to purchase your products or not being able to access a great product from the US here in the UK. Antidote Street is giving away £100 of Shea Moisture products as pictured below. Just sign up to our newsletter by entering your email address in to the bar below, click the pink button, and make sure to sign up on Antidote Street too! and we'll enter you into our May giveaway. This is a giveaway not to be missed, enter today. Sign Up on Antidote Street Sign Up on AfroDeity - See Bar Below Alternatively buy Shea Moisture on the Antidote Street site. Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity Leilu No comments , by Alicia At AfroDeity gift Subscription Boxes for Women of Colour Subscription Boxes for Women of Colour Don’t you just love to know that a product is specially made for you? Maybe it’s just my inborn need to feel special but I love the idea that something is just for me - it makes me feel special and that’s why I was so thrilled to discover beauty box subscriptions specifically for women of colour! You may have heard about subscription boxes before, they seem to be steadily growing in popularity with no signs of slowing down as they offer a regular supply of new products conveniently delivered to subscribers in the comfort of their own homes. Just in case you have been under a rock for the past decade and don’t know what a subscription box is - it is a service where you pay a monthly fee and receive new product samples (usually about 5-7 products) in the mail every month from the service provider. The products are usually beauty related but subscription boxes for food and other products are available as well. The unfortunate reality is that the beauty product subscription boxes that first appeared on the scene did not have many products that women of colour were able to use. Whether it was a hair product that wasn’t suited for our type of natural hair or a skin product that was clearly meant for Caucasian women, many of the items in these boxes would end being of no use to colourful women but thankfully this gap in the market did not go unnoticed and today there are several subscription boxes available that are tailored to the needs of women of colour. What’s In the Box? These subscription boxes as mentioned earlier, will normally have about 5-7 products included in them. The products will change every month to introduce subscribers to new products that they may not way have considered or been aware of before. The included products are usually sample-sized versions of what you will get if you purchase them over the counter but they present you with a great way to try them out and see how well they work for you before you commit to buying them for full price. More of these subscription services seem to be offering regular sized products however, so you can watch and see if this trend continues as beauty box subscription services get even more popular. Some boxes like the ones from CurlBox and CurlKit in the US, and TreasureTress in the UK, will feature only hair care products and typically contain a mix of Afro hair gifts that women of colour can use on our uniquely textured hair. Others such as MyChocoBelle and GlowBox in the UK, and Onyx and Brown Girl Box in the US will present you with a new variety of health and beauty products, including some of hair care, to sample each month. Make-up items, skincare and hair care products from some of the best brands can usually be found in these boxes, which is why they continue so popular. It’s like experiencing Christmas once every month when you receive your box filled with new goodies. TreasureTress What does it cost to have this Christmas morning feeling every month? Subscribing to one of these services can cost anywhere from £20 - £30 (or USD$15 to about $30) per month on average. Most of them will also give you the option to pay a reduced fee when you choose a biannual or yearly subscription. The combined value of the products that you will receive will normally be significantly more than your monthly subscription fee so you should always get a great deal when you subscribe, assuming that you will actually use all the products you get each month. Essence Beauty Box Win-Win Situation This trend of subscription boxes for women of colour is what I like to call a win-win situation as it not only benefits the previously un-catered to women of colour in our society, but black-owned businesses that make products for black women will also have more opportunities to reach their target market and grow their business as well. Subscription box services like the Essence Beauty Box intentionally include at least one product from an independent black-owned business in their monthly package to subscribers in an effort to support and encourage these entrepreneurial businesses. Both sides win, black women get products made just for them and black-owned businesses get more exposure. Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity ZunammieK No comments , by Alicia At AfroDeity Natural HairStyles Letter to AfroDeity: Salon de coiffure Project Letter to Team AfroDeity: Dear Leilu, I have recently worked on a project I would like to share with you, I call it Nzoussi, it explores the stigma around black/African hair About the project The pictures I have attached are of my niece (her name is Nzoussi), my lovely niece wearing her lovely, natural and organic long hair (which she hates and resents, only God knows why). I was lucky to have taken these photographs as this was one of the only few rare times she was not wearing a weave/extension. The time I spend at home (Congo) with my extended family is always a mix of excitement, happiness and frustration. I fail to understand how can a lucky girl like my niece not embrace her natural hair, kinky Afro??? Instead she wants soft and smooth hair. Not even my compliments would make her change her mind. I couldn’t help it but to engage by asking her the infamous question “who taught you to hate yourself?” According to her girls with fake hair get more attention from men and women and look better… the worst is she truly believes that Caucasians and Indians have it better in life. It makes me sad, but again, I’m only a man, what do I know about combing and managing black hair? I think the problem goes deeper, as I observe the Congolese society. My Salon de coiffure project already tackled half the problem as the photos showed me that most hair salons only advertise light skinned models with fake hair and as a result girls are discouraged to do it any other way. They believe that to be seen as beautiful they need to straighten or hide their natural hair by any means. There is also the problem of status, Indian and Brazilian hair costs a fortune so being able to afford them says something about your income bracket. Believe it or not women with natural hair are seen as lower class citizens because according to the society the only reason they don’t have fake hair is simply because they can’t afford it. Our media is still predominantly Western content driven, from news reports, movies, series…Caucasian looks are still seen as better. Congolese female TV anchors wear fake hair, women in government administration the same story, the higher the position the more likely they are to wear expensive weaves and Brazilian hair. It’s hard, if not impossible, to undo a belief when you are seeing the images all around you. I found myself asking the question, what are you to expect from a 20-something, when her first toy was a blonde doll and not a brown one? My anger and disappointment just vanished; I remember telling her that I love her regardless, I don’t love her any less when she wears her fake hair. Yours, Robert Nzaou-Kissolo Robert Nzaou-Kissolo is a Congolese photographer based in South Africa. https://www.facebook.com/robertnzaouphotography No comments , by Alicia At AfroDeity curlformers Corkscrew Curls: Curlformers Review Part II As mentioned in my previous posts I had trouble styling my own hair, so I asked Niki to help me with reviewing the Curlformers this time around. Usually I would add the Curlformers after washing the hair, but Niki had just washed and blow dried her hair straight so I spray her hair with Joliette Caribbean Coconut Hair Mist. I then put in each Curlformer. I had mentioned before that my hair was tender on applying these. The trick is the stretch out the Curlformers and then squeeze the neck. Once the hair is threaded through then wind the curl back in ringlet form. We had great fun again using the Soft Hood and Niki agreed it was great especially for voluminous hair. The Soft Hood has this great strap that pulls the edge of the hood gently around the head. We put her under the hood for 20 minutes, had lunch and the removed the Curlformers. Again I stretched out the Curlformer before squeezing the neck at the root of the hair and pulling gently off. Easily removed, no pain. All in all Niki loved her new style and left with her hair bouncing. Niki gave this 5 out of 5 Can't Wait? Buy your Curlformers from The Curlformers website We will be seeing much more from Niki as she joins our blogging the team and will be telling us more in the next few months. Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity Leilu and Niki No comments , by Alicia At AfroDeity btms BTMS: Why is it so common in cosmetics? BTMS: Why is it so common in cosmetics? Have you ever looked at the ingredients on the back of your favourite cosmetic product and it seems to be a long list of unpronounceable ingredients that sound like they would all be right at home in a science lab somewhere? Have you ever seen acronyms that apparently mean something to the scientists, but are just a bunch of letters to you? BTMS is one of these mysterious ingredients that is commonly found in cosmetics. As times change and we become more conscious of our choices as consumers, we are starting to look for more natural ingredients in the products that we purchase and I wanted to do a little investigating to find out exactly what BTMS is, if it is natural and why it is so commonly used as an ingredient in cosmetics. What is BTMS BTMS is the acronym for behentrimonium methosulfate and if you try to say that out loud you will understand why it is most commonly referred to as simply BTMS. It is a conditioning emulsifier that is sourced from the oil of the natural Colza plant (sometimes called Rapeseed oil) so in case you were wondering ‘is BTMS natural?” the answer is yes, it is. If you missed some chemistry classes (or just fell asleep) and have no clue what an emulsifier is - it is basically an agent that allows oil and water to mix together since they will not mix well on their own. How BTMS is used Cosmetic products such as lotions and creams typically have 3 main ingredients, the first two being water and oil and - you guessed it - the third ingredient has to be an emulsifying agent like BTMS as it is needed to help the other two ingredients combine and stay combined in a stable state. BTMS-25 and BTMS-50 are the two variations most commonly used as an ingredient in cosmetics. BTMS-25 means that there is only 25% behentrimonium methosulfate present and BTMS-50 means that the product has 50% behentrimonium methosulfate, which is obviously a more active conditioning ingredient. Why is BTMS so common in cosmetics? As BTMS also has excellent conditioning properties it provides added benefits when used in hair and skin products. In skin products like moisturising creams and lotions BTMS will normally have the effect of making the skin feel very soft and when used in hair products like conditioners and hair relaxers it is known to give hair more body and bounce. It also great for detangling as it makes wet combing very easy even with very thick ethnic hair and this is one reason why it is common to find BTMS in cosmetics that are made specially for women with natural Afro hair. BTMS is very mild and is commonly used as an ingredient in leave-in conditioners and leave-in treatments because it is so gentle. To sum all that up, BTMS is commonly used in cosmetics because it is an effective emulsifying agent, an excellent conditioner, and it is all natural. These properties make BTMS suitable as an ingredient in not only hair and skin cosmetics but also in deodorants, antiperspirants and cosmetic products that use silicone emulsions as well. It is considered to be particularly effective when used on Afro hair because it does such a good job of lubricating and conditioning hair and this is why is used in so many ethnic hair care products. The next time you are shopping for a new skin lotion and you happen to see BTMS listed as one of the ingredients, you can smile a little secret smile to yourself as you are now a part of the small group of people who actually know what BTMS means and why it is commonly used in cosmetics. Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity Zunammie K. No comments , by Alicia At AfroDeity Competitions and Discounts April giveaway with Curlformers Our April Giveaway is in association with Curlformers Its our April giveaway! We are super excited to have up teamed up with Curlformers this month to give you something truly special to put a 'Spring' in your Curl If Curlformers are one of those products you've heard about but haven't tried, here's your chance to try them out. We are giving away one set of Curlformers to one winner this month. All you have to do is enter your email address into the blue bar and click the orange button. See below. Curlformers Corkscrew Set is everything you need to easily create glossy, smooth and healthy curls every time. Perfect for all ages and all hair types, wigs and weaves. Best of all, Curlformers will never cause heat damage. Packed in a luxury, dark silver, satin vanity bag, take Curlformers anywhere to create salon quality curls-on-the-go. Just enter your email address in the orange bar below, click the turquoise button, and we'll enter you into our April giveaway. This is a giveaway not to be missed, enter today. Alternatively buy Curlformers on the Curlformers site. Also check out Niki and Leilu's reviews of the corkscrew sets Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity Leilu No comments , by Alicia At AfroDeity apple cider vinegar Apple Cider Vinegar to Rinse Your Hair? Apple Cider Vinegar to Rinse Your Hair? Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is something that I use to add a bit of flavor to my salads and so when I first heard that it can be used as a hair rinse I was very skeptical. Then I thought about some other things that I use in my hair that could also be considered as food like coconut oil and egg (yes egg) - suddenly using an apple cider vinegar hair rinse didn't seem so strange after all. As it turns out ACV has many characteristics that make it a great (and affordable) hair care solution. Let me share with you what I have come to learn about the benefits of using an apple cider vinegar rinse on your natural Afro hair. What is Apple Cider Vinegar? First a quick explanation as to what apple cider vinegar actually is. ACV is vinegar that is made from apple must or cider as it more commonly called. Fresh apples are crushed and left to mature in wooden barrels where they will go through the fermentation process to make organic ACV. Raw, organic ACV is the best type to use in hair rinses. Benefits for Hair It Improves The pH Balance Of Your Hair The delicate pH balance of your hair is often negatively affected by the use of commercial hair rinses but because ACV is slightly acidic it actually helps to restore balance to your hair and make it soft and shiny. If you normally have an itchy scalp the AVC can help to alleviate this condition, as it will help to restore the pH balance of your scalp as well it will be a lot less itchy as a result. It Helps To Prevent Hair Damage And Treat Hair Loss People who are suffering from hair loss can use ACV hair rinses to help stimulate regrowth in their hair. AVC is known to have a smoothing effect on hair cuticles and it will actually seal your hair cuticles, helping your hair to retain more moisture, encouraging it to grow and making it smoother. Because of this smoothing effect ACV is very effective at preventing damage to hair like split ends and breakage. It Can Cleanse And Conditioner Your Hair This article is mostly about using ACV as hair rinse but when combined with baking soda it also makes an excellent cleansing shampoo. It is a good conditioner as well and it makes it easier to detangles hair because it flattens the surface of hair and allows you to comb through it easily. When used as a rinse it will also remove any product buildup without removing the natural oils from your hair. * Bonus: Apple cider vinegar rinses are great for removing lint and other buildup on dreadlocks! Make Your Own ACV Rinse! If you want to try using an ACV rinse on your natural afro hair you will be happy to know that it is super easy to make. You will only need equal parts of apple cider vinegar and water but ensure that you get a good quality raw ACV from an organic brand so that you can get the most benefits for your hair. Mix the two ingredients together and voila! You now have your very own homemade apple cider vinegar hair rinse. To use your homemade ACV rinse, simply use a spray bottle to spritz the rinse all over your hair. If you don’t have a spray bottle you can just pour it on but make sure that it is evenly distributed throughout the hair. Leave the ACV rinse in for a few minutes so that it can be absorbed by the hair and work its magic. Next rinse your hair thoroughly so that all of the ACV is removed. You don’t have to use any conditioner when you use an ACV rinse and your hair will come out feeling nice and soft when you are done. Apple cider vinegar makes a wonderful, natural rinse for your hair and it’s no wonder why so many women who are looking for natural hair care solutions are starting to use it. It has many benefits but the end result is typically hair that is clean, soft and free of product buildup. Have you used an ACV rinse before? We would love to hear about your experiences. Please feel free to comment below and let us know your thoughts! Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity Zunammie K. No comments , by Alicia At AfroDeity curlformers Product Review: Curlformers CorkScrew Curlformers Review, 4 years on. The last time I Used Curlformers I was on my transitioning journey, and I loved creating Victorian steam punk styles with them. Now completely natural, I decided to take the plunge again this time with corkscrew curls So how do the Curlformers work? Curlformers Review What Curlformers Say: Perfect for all ages and all hair types, wigs and weaves. Best of all, Curlformers will never cause heat damage—we guarantee it. Packed in our luxury, dark silver, satin vanity bag, take Curlformers anywhere to create salon quality curls-on-the-go. Each kit includes 40 Long and Narrow Curlformers: in 2 new exciting colours: 20 dark blue for clockwise curls and 20 dark blue with a gold strip for anti-clockwise curls. What did I think? I am still very much in love with these for heatless curling. I absolutely loved the new packaging, with luxury vanity bag. The instructions are very easy to use and the Coconut Oil and Honey provided for a conditioning treatment left my hair feeling smooth and tangle free. So I'm not that great at styling my own hair, so Joliette is going to hook me up next week and I'll update this post with styled pics. I would recommend using a gel or styling product, like the Joliette Curl Me Soft, to give a glossy sheen to the curls. As I didn't style my hair this time round, I will concentrate on the quick styling options this gave me. Usually an up do requires a whole lot of brushing and gelling but after using the Curlformers and Soft hood, my hair was easy to come and brush together. So thumbs up for easy stretching option too. I possibly put them in a bit too tight so my scalp was a bit tender after wards but all in all, love 'em! Update: I did this as Niki's second pair of hands (Check Out her Review) and got some great images and also figured out that you need to stretch out the Curlformer the squeeze the neck. Curlformer comes off super easy and no pain! 4 out of 5 The Soft Hood What Curlformers Say: The Deluxe SoftHood hair dryer attachment is a fast and easy way to dry your hair when using Curlformers. Best of all, it will never cause heat damage—we guarantee it. Our patented, design features for optimum performance include larger hood capacity and maximum ventilation for faster and even heat distribution and It’s easy to use with an adjustable chin strap and drawstring. The SoftHood can even be used to process a conditioning treatment. Just apply to damp hair, cover with treatment cap, and place the SoftHood over the top. Switch on the dryer to a comfortable setting and leave according to manufacturer’s instructions before rinsing and styling. It’s that simple! What I thought? This is a great addition to any natural girls arsenal. Now I have used similar types of dryers before, but what I loved about this one was the size. It is huge and the adjustable chin strap drawstring means that you can pull it to whatever size you want and for us, kinky curly girls this is a GodSend. Truing to fit all your hair under one of these hoods can be tricky at times and the large standing hair dryers you can buy are expensive. I used a cooler setting on my dryer and my hair was set in about 30ish minutes So I would give the soft hood top marks. 5 out of 5 Giveaway We are teaming up with CurlFormers to giveaway a free set in April! Sign up for our newsletter get the latest updates. Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity Leilu No comments , by Alicia At AfroDeity Older Stories About me We are AfroDeityAfroDeity was started by a scientist, entrepreneur, mum and proud geek. 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