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Hair Video Tutorial August 20, 2017

My New Go-To Transitioning Hair Style: The Braid + Curl

For those of you who have been reading my blog for some time now, you know my go-to style since I’ve been transitioning is a flexi rod set. Lately, however, I’ve been looking to do a style that takes up less of my time so I’ve been rocking a braid and curl. This style uses way less rods and honestly is much easier and quicker in my opinion to accomplish — it gives a nice textured look as well, which…

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Hair Video Tutorial July 28, 2017

VIDEO: My 5-Minute Date Night Up-Do!

I love the look of a fresh flexi rod set, but having to re-do it constantly is a pain. Therefore, I’ve been experimenting with a number of different up-do options. So I decided to put together a quick tutorial on how I whipped a ruined flexi rod set into a sexy date night up-do in 5-minutes. Enjoy!   Products Featured: Aunt Jackie’s Hydrating Sealing Butter ($6)  Aunt Jackie’s Multi-Purpose Oil ($6) Vann Cosmetics Glow Shimmering Body Oil ($15) …

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Hair March 9, 2017

Announcement: I’m Transitioning to Natural Hair

This month marks the one year anniversary since my first post on AishaBeau.com, woohoo! My how a year flies by — so much has happened in my personal life, professional life and with this lovely website of mine. Throughout the process of running a beauty blog I have been exposed to a number of different brands, treatments, styles, products etc .. that have all reinforced my love of simply embracing who I am naturally. And manipulating products that enhance, not hide,…

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General Beauty Hair May 5, 2016

Natural AND Relaxed, Not Versus

I absolutely love being a black woman. I love my dark brown skin complexion, my somewhat “difficult” to pronounce name, my big lips, Jamaican roots…and my super thick relaxed hair. That’s right, I do not have natural hair. I definitely consider myself to be a pretty “woke” individual and am constantly discussing race relations, race in America and social issues that we face as black women with my friends. I am proud and feel that right now is such an…

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