All posts by Emoijah Bridges

Blogging is a phenomena that once introduced a world of personal websites and online journals. But now it has bloomed into a major source of income for many and an inspiring platform for others. I, for one, can speak from experience. My name is Emoijah Bridges and my journey into blogging has bloomed into several areas such as web development, research, and WordPress expertise.

My Wash Day Routine (on 4a/4b hair)

First of all, my hair is Type 4a/4b. I wash my hair every two weeks and I co-wash once a week. I’ll start with my co-wash routine. Co-Wash Co-Wash I co-wash my hair once a week. I use Miss Jessies Co-Wash which is really moisturizing but still a good cleanser. I follow up with TGIN ...

Knot Today! Best Detanglers/Leave-in Conditioners for Natural Hair

Nowadays, I finger detangle my hair but that is a long, meticulous process. When my hair is really detangled, I use Kinky Curly’s Knot Today (which actually ran out, I need a refill!). In my opinion, Kinky Curl’s Knot Today is the best detangler out there, which is why it’s first on this list. Kinky-Curly ...

Curl Activators under $10!

I’m a total product junkie. I’ve brought Shea Moisture, Miss Jessies, and TGIN hair products on the expensive side and African Pride and Cantu on the cheaper side. To be honest, there are plenty of affordable curl creams out there that are actually better than hair lines like Shea Moisture and Miss Jessies. So, here’s ...

Why You Should Blog

I guess I’m biased because I am a professional blogger and I absolutely LOVE my blogs, especially this one. Honestly, if you’re passionate about writing or researching – why don’t you have a blog? To start off, creating a blog sparks your creativity and entrepreneurial skills. Even if you’re not starting a blog to make ...

Why I love the TGIN Honey Miracle Hair Mask

I’m just going to put it out there in the first lie: I LOVE this product. The TGIN hair collection, in general, is great and their hair mask is nothing short of amazing. One of the main ingredients is honey, which can serve wonders for dry or damaged hair. I put this product in my ...

Mixed Thoughts on Miss Jessies Curly Pudding

I used to be in love with Miss Jessie’s Curly Pudding. Recently, I’ve been using more lightweight less greasy products as I’ve realized what works better for m hair to ensure its healthiness. First of all, I just want to say the Curly Pudding does everything it says it will do; it gives extreme curl ...

Taliah Waajid Curly Curl Cream…Yay or Nay?

So, I never actually bought this product; my older brother gave me his spare container when he came down to visit. I really wanted to like this product, being a fan of Taliah Waajid in general, but I didn’t. Initial Thoughts: I opened the jar and the cream was very THICK. The jar said I ...

The Importance of the Natural Hair Movement

There was a time when big Afros were a craze in the 1960s, but this brief movement was politically motivated in the time of the Black Panther Party. Today, the natural hair movement is an extension of what was started in the 2000s. I believe this movement is vital in today’s day and age because it’s ...

What is the Big Chop and Why Do People Do It?

So, what exactly is the big chop? A big chop is cutting off all your permed or damaged hair and starting fresh with a natural head. Many people do a big chop because they’re ready to transition their hair to its natural state. Whether or not someone would do a big chop is a difficult ...

Best Protective Styles (Pictures Only)

Here are the best protective styles for natural hair from dread-locks to sew-ins. Dreads (Natural) Dreadlock Extensions Box Braids Crochet Braids Sew-in (Traditional Closure or Frontal) Feed In Braids