Chidinma Chiejina

Chidinma Chiejina

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How to Take Down Braids without Losing Hair natural hair, natural haircare, protective styles, deep conditioner, shampoo, twist outs, natural hair care products, kinky curly, type 4 hair, 4c hair, big chop, transitioning, afro, finger coils, flat twist outs, braids, braid outs, eco styler, Black Jamaican Castor oil, JBCO, hot oil treatment, steam treatment

Braids are one of my favorite hairstyles because I tend to achieve maximum hair growth so How Do You Take Down Braids Without Losing Hair

Part 1: DIY Headboard - Using Cardboard Instead of Wood | Lady Ford's Blog

Part 1: DIY Headboard - Using Cardboard Instead of Wood | Lady Ford's Blog

DIY Vampire Costume

DIY Vampire Costume

Corporate Crafters: Jake & the Neverland Pirates Party: Games

Corporate Crafters: Jake & the Neverland Pirates Party: Games Anderson Anderson Castello not wedding stuff, but cute stuff for the baby (even though it's for adults?) you can spin it someway for him :)

The next time you find yourself saying something like this to the mom of an only child, bite your lip and give her a sweet compliment instead.

The next time you find yourself saying something like this to the mom of an only child, bite your lip and give her a sweet compliment instead.

The theme for this cake decorating tutorial is princesses and covers painting with gel colors on fondant, making hair textures and draping to resemble fabric. I also talk a little about my process of creating new designs for the 3D printed cutters we use

The theme for this cake decorating tutorial is princesses and covers painting with gel colors on fondant, making hair textures and draping to resemble fabric. I also talk a little about my process of creating new designs for the printed cutters we use

How to make your own chocolate mold using just brown sugar, and a giveaway of SprinkleBakes cookbook!

Tipp Schokolade DIY Chocolate molds with just about anything in your house and brown sugar

OMG best. Thing. I've. Ever. Pinned. 1/4 cup sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of food coloring mixed bake10 mins in oven on 350* to make edible glitter.

Edible glitter: cup granulated sugar and liquid food colouring, mix and spead on a lined baking tray. Bake at for breaking up the lumps half way through. Store in airtight containers.