Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Mane Matters with Osayi Osifo

Happy New Year Naturalistas!! 

How is the new year treating you all? And I really do hope your protecting your hair from this megaaa dryyy weather? This is the first Mane matters feature for 2015 *rings bells* and its with Osayi and picture overloaded. Enjoy!!



AN: Can you tell us who you are and what you do?

My name is osayi I am currently a student in the Nigerian Law School

AN: What's your thoughts about natural hair?
Natural hair is very versatile

AN: Why did you decide to go natural?

I was tired of having my scalp burnt every time I relaxed it and having hair discolouration, so I decided to cut it off.

AN: Did you do a BC or you transitioned?

I did the BC

AN: What was your experience like?

It was very liberating

AN: Did you have any fears about BC? 

















Just like every other person, I feared That my hair wouldn't grow back and I wouldn't look good

AN: Do you have a regimen you stick to? What is it like?

I deep condition my hair once in two weeks which makes my hair very soft and manageable

AN: What are you must have accessories and hair product?

Hair pins,hair bands, and hair clips for products I can't do without my shea butter and coconut oil and of course water



Thank you for your time! :) 

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to manematters@africanaturalistas.com with the the subject as ''Mane Matters" and you will be gotten back to. Thank you!

3 comments :

  1. Thumbs up babe! We v got same hair type. Patience is Key.

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  2. Wooow!!! Am jealous babe....I wish I was more consistent. 9ice one

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  3. Lovely hair my dear

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