Treat your hair at the Soweto Festival Expo with Dr. Miracle’s
Let your hair down in the Dr. Miracle's salon while treating your crowning glory to an indulgent hair relaxing or styling service with the use of Dr. Miracle's innovative products. With natural ingredients known to condition, nourish and strengthen hair – such as Shea Butter, Aloe, Coconut, Jojoba, and Olive oils – combined with the brand's well-known "Feel-It Formula", Dr. Miracle's promotes healthy, shiny and growing hair, whilst eliminating any scalp irritation or itching.Soweto Festival Expo goers can purchase the revolutionary Dr. Miracle's range at promotional rates during the three-day event. And while experiencing hair care ekasi style, be sure to enter the hamper giveaway and stand a chance to win one of three Dr. Miracle's hampers to the value of R500 each.
All Dr. Miracle's products are distributed by Style Studio and is available in selected Clicks stores and other leading hair and beauty retail outlets. For more information about the Dr. Miracle's hair care range, contact (021) 671-3647 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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GOOD (good) adj.
-In excellent condition; healthy: Good Hair.
Welcome to Good Hair Diaries or GHD as I now like to refer to it. My name is Kavuli and I am passionate about DIY hair care. I decided to start this blog back in September of 2009 after reading an article written in the New York Times about natural ethnic hair. Being an African woman , I believed that I had something valuable to say to my community. It is possible to have the head of hair of your dreams with proper care and information. You can attain it all by yourself!
GHD cares about one type of hair only...HEALTHY HAIR! I love natural, transitioning, relaxed and locked hair, and my goal is to provide information to women of every hair group without bias. I have been relaxed, weaved, wigged, braided up and cut short. I am currently natural with near bra strap length curly hair. Follow me as I review products, interview the natural hair community, figure out a solid hair regimen, research ethnic hair care and ramble about all those things that make GOOD HAIR!