January 17, 2014

Events | Enjoy a Date With SheaMoisture Saturday!

Hello Beauties!

It's the weekend baby!  This Saturday, stop by your local Walgreens for a beauty date with SheaMoisture.  You can receive a free consultation with Walgreens advisors and savings!


This Saturday only, go to Walgreens for the Buy One Get One 50% off sale and take a selfie of yourself next to your purchased products. Post the picture on the SheaMoisture Facebook page, and a winner will be randomly selected from photos to win $100 worth of SheaMoisture products. Photos must be posted by end of day Saturday, and a winner will be announced Monday on Facebook.

Are you heading to Walgreens this weekend?

God bless & stay fabellis,


12 comments:

  1. Well you definitely just proved that it's different for everyone Margaret. I know a few women who also have fine hair and they say the same thing. I'm glad that you're sticking with it! :-)

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  2. You just made me remember one of the hardest parts of going natural. Although I was mentally prepared, all I knew how to do was wrap my hair! LOL. I definitely had to pretty much learn from scratch. Plus, you are so beautiful with your short cut. You be trippin!!!

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  3. You sound like another commenter and that seems to be a common theme for those with fine hair. It may be a process for you, but from my opinion, I would never be able to tell. Your hair is always fierce!

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  4. Thanks LeSha! You and I are definitely in the same boat. It was and still is hard to style at times, but I love my hair!

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  5. I will be there now especially since I'm washing my hair this weekend.

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  6. BRAVO! I completely agree with everything you said. I recently shared with someone via Twitter that I honestly didn't learn much from YouTube as I was going natural. I learned the most from stylists and workshops.

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  7. Thanks for stopping by and commenting Shea! More power to you for even making it for a year of transitioning. I totally agree with you in the regard that if you make up your mind, you just do it. I think the one thing I dreaded the most was telling people constantly why I cut my hair because that was the question I knew everyone was going to ask.

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  8. Thanks so much for commenting and sharing the post! I definitely agree that it takes time to learn your hair. Even though I was natural before, I always went to the salon so I had no idea how to wash, condition or anything. I thank God I stuck with it.

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  9. I definitely agree with you on losing my length. I think that was the only thing that concerned me the entire time! Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting!

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  10. I really think having that support system helps so much! My mother went natural before I did and seeing her go through it did help me a lot! That's awesome that your sister was there to help you. Thanks for stopping by Dormaine!

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  11. LOL! You are so sweet. But you know my forehead looks like a small dish saucer. I need enough hair to cover it!

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