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REVIEW ON AMIKA PRODUCTS

 
A DETAILED REVIEW ON AMIKA PRODUCTS
Amika products are like a good friend – straightforward, dependable, and fun to spend time with. We are kind-of obsessed with this “super-fruit” Sea BuckthorBerry, so we include it in every haircare and styling product. They are always on a quest for new technologies and ingredients to deliver high-performing products, even replacing ingredients when better alternatives are available. Their products are vegetarian friendly, cruelty free and free from (sulfates, MIT, MCI, Phthalates)

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REVIEW ON INAHASI PRODUCTS

 
 
 
Although despite the fact that I have used a lot of products, in regards to my hair treatment, I still have not find a certain product that makes my hair look good, especially in adding a little touch up of makeup. With this I purchased a lot of products from inahsi elite shop, products such as free sample packet of aloe hibiscus leave in conditioner, coconut avocado curl defining custard 20z,tropical escape cowash 160z,tropical escape cowash 80z,tropical escape cowash20z ,soothing mints

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#RIZOSONTHEROAD

Growing up I was never shown how to really take care of my hair, because of that I always hated my hair. However,  now that I am older, I am loving my hair. Since I started wearing my hair out naturally, it has been a struggle because I don’t see enough girls like me not do I know what to do with my hair to begin with. So going to #Rizosontheroad event was an absolute must for me. It was so empowering to be around other curly head beauties. I was so inspired by each and everyone that attended the event. (more…)

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THE WORDS OF THE WISE

As a child, an upcoming birthday–or simply thinking about your age–always brings out an excited response. It’s not rare to see that once-energetic reaction die down a little as the years go on.
We’ve all been there, and if you haven’t, you will likely be there at some point…that’s right, wanting to go back to the past. From the throwback posts to the ‘share if you’re a 90’s kid’,

nostalgia is everywhere. I would be lying if I said that in the recent months I’ve been suddenly compelled to comb through old yearbooks, photo albums, and even look up childhood friends. It is incredibly easy to get caught up in nostalgia, but snapping out of that yearning mentality is the opposite of that. Reminding yourself that you’re ultimately wasting the time you have in this moment, by focusing on your past, is easier said than done.

Recently I decided to read the book of Ecclesiastes. I would describe it as the slap in the face that I so desperately needed, but Ecclesiastes did that for me in chapter 12, verse 11: “The words of the wise are like goads, their collected sayings like firmly embedded nails–given by one shepherd.”
Goad is another word for cattle prod, therefore it’s likening the words of the wise as something pesky, but ultimately helpful. This properly explains this specific book of the Bible, as it advises you to relish the life you have before it’s too late. From a humanly perspective, it comes off as ‘harsh,’ but keeping that main theme in mind allows you to gain valuable lessons from it. Our lives as we know them on earth are merely temporary, but God’s hold on the universe gives us an enduring hope and a purpose. We must always keep that on our hearts.
As I was reading, my eyes latched onto Ecclesiastes 7:10. They read, “Do not say, ‘Why were the old days better than these?’ For it is not wise to ask such questions.”
I read that verse until those twenty words started to look like unfamiliar gibberish. In that moment, I knew God was speaking to me. So many times I’ve addressed the ‘good old days’. So many times I’ve longed for those memories. So many times…and if I could add the minutes I’ve spent wallowing in the past, how much time have I taken from my present?

 

It wasn’t until this moment that I truly listened to God in regards to that. He was loud and clear. Ecclesiastes 3:14 writes, “I know that everything God does will endure forever; nothing can be added to it and nothing taken from it. God does it so that people will fear him.” God has His hands on all of our lives. Whether we make a mistake and wish we could change it or experience a pleasant thing that we wish we could go back to, God is imploring us to keep our eyes forward.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WE NEED GOD HOW DO WE BUILD A CLOSE RELATIONSHIP WITH HIM?

The first step to building a close relationship with God is accepting the Gift of His spirit to dwell in our hearts and minds. God’s Spirit works to transform human nature to a godly nature, therefore instead of being inclined to selfishness and sin, we become inclined toward love and godliness (Philippians 2:1-5). To receive the Holy Spirit, we must repent of our sins and be baptized.
Acts 2:38 give us a clear instruction of how we can ultimately stay close to God; “Then Peter said to them, “Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.”

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Review for Miracle Gel for Curly Hair

 

Those of us with curly hair know it can be both a blessing and a curse. When it behaves, nothing is better than having a head full of perfect ringlets or waves that falls over your shoulders. But when it  acts out then we need to watch out because thirsty, frizzy, stressed-out curly hair is never pretty. So to stay hair stress free, try using Miracle Gel for Curly Hair – this proven formula locks in moisture and fights humidity on all types and textures of hair! It will give you perfect curls that will last for days and guarantees no more frizz. 

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