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Michelle Thames


4 Ways I Teach My Daughter To Love Her Natural Hair

Photo Credit Ali Stone of Those White Walls My mother relaxed my hair at a very young age. When I found out I was having a girl, I knew that I would never do the same to her hair. Growing up I was not taught much about my natural hair at all. I honestly didn’t know that I could return my hair to its natural state. Over the years, I have learned so much about how to care for my…

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My Time-Saving Skin Care Routine

“This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Weave Made Media®  & Remington but all my opinions are my own. #weavemade #CleanFaceWithRemington ” Clean skin means healthy skin and everyone wants beautiful skin that glows. I take pride in my skincare regimen, and I always strive to keep my skin looking its best. That is why it is important that I take care of my skin on a regular basis. This means that I need…

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DIY Scrub For Oily Skin

This DIY scrub for oily skin is perfect for anyone with combination skin or oily skin. This year I told myself that not only will I take better care of my hair, I will also take better care of my skin. Good facial masks are a must have it is super easy to make your own at home. Related: My 2017 Hair Goals Suffering from oily skin is sometimes a hassle, especially when my oil regularly comes through my makeup.…

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My Favorite Black-Owned Beauty Brands

With a few days left in February, this Black History Month has been a great one. I make sure to show support of Black-Owned businesses in my household 365 days a year I wanted to highlight some of my favorite Black- Owned beauty brands. I love going to my local Target, CVS, Walgreen’s and Sally’s seeing all of the Black- Owned hair and beauty brands on the shelves. It makes me smile to see how far the beauty industry has…

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The Power Of Positive Thoughts: Changing Your Mindset

I honestly believe that “It’s All Good, Even When It’s Not.”It’s important to see the positive in everything.  Amazing things started happening for me when I stopped complaining, being negative, and blaming others. In my early twenties, I was a very negative Nancy, and I would complain about my life, and why my life was not the way that I envisioned it to be. I learned that I had to refocus my thoughts and understand that I thought my life was going…

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