Our Hair Regimen


Heyy Nique Babies! ♥

When you are new or just starting out on your natural hair journey you may not be so sure how to build your natural hair care regimen. Or perhaps you have been natural for sometime now and have come to the conclusion that its time for a change in how you care for your hair. Whatever the case may be building a regimen doesn't have to be challenging, all it needs are the basics: Cleansing, Conditioning, Moisturizing, Detangling, and Protective and or Low Manipulation Styles.



Healthy hair doesn't just happen -- it's usually the result of judicious care. But what if you don't know where to begin when it comes to a structured routine for your tresses? Don't worry; a hair regimen doesn't need to be complicated or expensive, but you should make time to perform a basic set of steps on a regular basis to keep your hair as healthy as possible.




A hair care routine should consist of the following:

Sunday: Shampoo, Conditioning, Deep Conditioning

Monday to Saturday: Daily Moisturize (Oil treatment)

Monthly: Protein Treatment

Nightly Protection: Silk or Satin hair cover/Pillowcase






DEEP CONDITION IS A MUST !!

N.B Deep Conditioning Must Be Done Every 2 weeks for 15mins.

How we spend our Christmas!

Heyy Lil mama's && Papa's






Neena && I christmas was kind of fun in some sort of way ☺

We were suppose to attend a family reunion in montego bay, jamaica but it was cancel because majority of our family members couldn't make it. This family reunion was suppose to be a excited, exhausted, annoying, fun yet dirty laundries (untold stories) would come out if you know what i mean :) it was very important to all of us especially to my mom, she hadn't seen her dad in about 36 years thats really long! 3 decays...


Moreover, Neena and i spend christmas with just mom, big sis and bro and their annoying kids (i love polite kids) but it was fun because i ate so much food and i cleaned the house from top to bottom the food was my reward. ☺ My mom cooked roasted pork, baked chicken and curry mutton with rice & peas (hmmm tasty) and that sorrel drink with rum cake and casserole (omg talking about this food makes me hungry) 


I LOVE CHRISTMAS !!!
I get to eat alot of food. Christmas is the day people sin most because you eat so much even though you dont want it :) its in the bible..

For christmas neena and i did our DIY braces. We didnt go no outdoors We stayed in and watch alot of  christmas movies. "My christmas heart" made me cry. Home alone and the Grinch Omg laughter i love jim carrey so much gonna meet him one day !


In Jamaica on christmas day these slangs are not said;
1. "You just a eat down the place like its christmas"
2. "Beg you a money nuh? Think a everyday a christmas"
3. "Yuh just a give away everything suh, yuh mussi think a christmas"

Lool Patios ❤
Xoxo Nique

How to Whiten Your Nails at home

1. Whitening Toothpaste – I tried this one first. It’s easy and it works! Use a baby toothbrush to apply it and give your nails a good scrub for a minute or two. You may need to do it several times depending on how stained your nails are…

2.  Lemon Juice & Baking Soda – Squeeze half of a lemon (or more) into a plastic bowl, and then add and blend baking soda until you get a nice abrasive paste-like texture. Then use an old toothbrush to scrub your nails with it. Rinse, and repeat if needed.

3. Hydrogen Peroxide & Baking Soda – Mix the two together until you’ve got a paste-like texture. Cover your nails with it and allow the mixture to sit on them for about 3 minutes before rinsing it off with warm water.

4. Nail Whitening Pencil – I didn’t know this existed until recently! You can pick one up at a local drugstore, maybe even Walmart or Target, too. I like to apply it under the tips of my nails to make them look healthier.

5. Base Coat – Prevent stained nails from happening in the first place by using a base coat. Duh, right? It’s definitely worth the extra step! Don’t forget that most of these techniques can dry your hands out, so apply a good moisturizer once you’re finished.