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Creme of Nature is a line of hair care products with Certified Organic Ingredients including shampoos, conditioners, treatments, relaxers and color for retail and professionals.
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Definitely a very pretty girl! :) Have you ladies tried this hair style?
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2011 on The Perfect Twist Out at The Nature of Beauty
Posted by: Cipriana If there is hell on earth then to any individual who is trying to grow and retain length, split ends can be the devil in disguise. Split ends (or Trichoptilosis, tricho from the Greek language translated as “hair” and the New Latin ptilosis ” translated as the... Continue reading
Reblogged Oct 7, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
We’ve mentioned co-washing on our Facebook and Twitter pages before and we've seen where some ladies have never heard of it – so we thought we would take a minute to explain. Co-washing, which is short for conditioner washing, is simply a hair cleansing method using conditioner instead of shampoo.... Continue reading
Posted Oct 3, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
Twist-outs are a go-to hairstyle for many natural, relaxed and transitioning ladies. The style is so versatile and helps any head of hair achieve the perfect curl. But for those who may not be as familiar with this style, a twist out is simply twisting your hair in individual two-strand... Continue reading
Posted Sep 30, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
So you've finally decided to stop relaxing your hair and go au naturale! But first things first. Do you plan on "transitioning" (i.e., gradually growing out your perm) or going for "the big chop" (snipping off your relaxed hair and starting over from scratch)? Of course, there are pros and... Continue reading
Posted Sep 7, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
If you've ever managed to find room in your tight budget for a sew-in or a hair cut, you are not alone. In a recent article published by the New York Times, the hair salon industry is booming despite the tough economy. The number of hairstylists and salons grew by... Continue reading
Reblogged Aug 23, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
Hair care can really bust your budget, but having your hair looking busted is NOT an option. In order to look polished and professional, your crowning glory must be on point. However, hiring a quality stylist and buying quality hair products can cost a grip. But fear not! Even if... Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
Top 7 Ways To Beat Dry Hair Use a moisturizing shampoo - Look for shampoo's that are opaque in color since they tend to have little to no harsh ingredients that will strip the hair of it's moisture. Deep condition with a rich moisturizing conditioner - Regularly go under the... Continue reading
Reblogged Aug 8, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
My clients and I are a team. Our growth together directly reflects the growth and overall health of their hair. If you want a great experience with your stylist, it’s essential that you create an open line of communication about all things directly related to your hair. Honesty is key!... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
If you ask a handful of ladies where they get their hair inspiration or where they learned to tame and create their perfect curl, our bet is the majority will point you right to YouTube. That’s right, the peer-to-peer video hosting site with millions of uploads from people just like... Continue reading
Posted Aug 3, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
naturalafrohair.tumblr 1. Start a Hair Diary or Journal Writing a Diary may sound a little “High School” to some but it can really be helpful in your journey. Documenting and maintaining the products you’ve used and the results they delivered will help you keep track of what your hair likes.... Continue reading
Reblogged Jul 29, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
Holas chicas! Dr. Phoenyx here! And today I wanted to talk to you about “going natural.” Now the beauty of natural hair is undeniable. And with so many women now making the decision to go natural, for beauty and even health reasons, it’s important for these women to also know... Continue reading
Posted Jul 28, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
Hello Beauties, Today I want to discuss the cause of dull, lack-luster hair and what we can do about it. Let me introduce you to a term that’s probably new to you – buckling. Buckling, where hair is concerned, is when the cuticle of your hair gets loose and lifts.... Continue reading
Posted Jul 26, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
Transitioning from relaxed hair to natural hair can be tricky. But don’t lose hope; I’ve got some transition tips to help you along. First the basics, perms are designed to give you straight hair for 6 - 8 weeks. Getting to the end of that time period does not natural... Continue reading
Posted Jul 25, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
In the world of celebrities, the name “Q” Hardy rings many bells – as it does for many of us at Creme of Nature. ‘Q’ is a celebrity stylist and is the man behind the hairstyles of many of your favorite stars. With 10 years of experience, his résumé is... Continue reading
Posted Jul 22, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
As many of you may know, Dr. Fran is a renowned dermatologist, author and sought-after speaker and lecturer known for her work with and research on skin of color. Aside from her many accolades, we are proud to call her our dermatologist and expert spokesperson and we love to share... Continue reading
Posted Jul 20, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
As a 2011 Essence ‘Best in Beauty Award’ recipient, our Argan Oil Gloss and Shine Polisher has received a ton of notoriety. The Gloss & Shine Polisher instantly delivers exotic​ shine, seals in moisture and creates silky, smooth and frizz-free hair. The light-weight formula adds brilliant shine to wet or... Continue reading
Posted Jul 19, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
Creme of Nature enjoys being the longtime leader in hair care that you all trust and love. As the times have changed and mediums have expanded, we have adapted to better listen and communicate with our fans, both new and old, through our Facebook page, via Twitter and even here,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 5, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
All of us want fabulous hair and we’ll do just about anything to get it. We routinely blow dry and straighten our hair. We comb and brush until every little strand is in place. We twist it, wrap it, and let’s not talk about the never-ending collection of products we... Continue reading
Posted Jun 29, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
At Creme of Nature, we love to offer you the best products that won’t break your bank. On top of our already low prices, we also love to treat you to even more savings through your local businesses. Be sure to check out your local Family Dollar’s beauty aisle for... Continue reading
Posted Jun 28, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
Introducing, Mandrill Hardge, a part of the Creme of Nature professional stylist team. In the months to come, Mandrill, who hails from the great city of Atlanta, Georgia, will be guest blogging for us, sharing insights and advice on healthy hair care. Mandrill is a huge ambassador for teaming with... Continue reading
Posted Jun 27, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
In celebration of Black Music Month, Creme of Nature has decided to host a giveaway that will allow our Facebook community to “Rock with Creme of Nature.” From now until the end of the month, we encourage our fans, both new and old, to post pictures on our wall of... Continue reading
Posted Jun 24, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
Hair passion ignites natural hair movement By Sherrell Dorsey, My Salon Scoop writer "I can almost tell what's going on with someone, or what's going on in their lives when I touch their hair," says Felicia Leatherwood, celebrity natural hairstylist. "If they aren't eating healthy, if they are depressed or... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
Your friends at Creme of Nature wishes all mothers a very happy Mother's Day! Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty
That's not a daisy, it's a chamomile flower. Many of us have other memories of chamomile, like the pink lotion our mothers would use on our skin to heal or sooth ichiness. Those same healing emollients of chamomile added with comfrey restores damaged, over-processed hair back to shine and health.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 29, 2011 at The Nature of Beauty