I think all my readers to this point this I just have major image issues.lol Really the sad truth is I spent 29 years not caring properly for most of my self. I have been working on finding things that are the best for me. This really means experimenting. Recently I was given the chance to review 3 great hair care products from Parnevu Hair Care. Now when I said I would review it I wasn't aware it was a product more specifically designed for a courser hair of Africa Americans but ehhhh....nothing else had worked so why not give it a try.lol I hated to let such a sweet company down and not provide a review. Now for my review I received Parnevu T-Tree Shampoo which I actually was pretty excited about. I knew that T-Tree could be very healing and my scalp is always very very itchy. It took away the itch really well, but let my hair feeling to course. However my husband REALLY REALLY likes it, you see he is a welder and well, his hair gets really really gross. This shampoo was very cleansing to his hair. The next product I reviewed was Parnevu Leave In Conditioner. I LOVE using this as a weekly deep conditioning treatment! While I am sure my husband thinks I am a complete nut I tried using it as a leave in and it was to heavy for my hair. So every Sunday night I have started applying a heavy layer to my hair then I put a grocery sack on top.lol I let it sit an hour and then I wash my hair out with Parnevu Salon Shampoo. Parnevu Salon Shampoo is my third product which I reviewed. I wash my hair probably 4-5 times a week and normally I need a daily conditioner but with this treatment I have only needed to wash with just one weekly conditioning and my hair is in the best shape EVER! The prices have me more excited ;o) I sat down and figured out the price and it will be less the the store products I had been using.
We all love summer but as the weather gets warmer the flies get worse and worse. We have a bush out front of our house that I swear just attracts every fly in town! I wanted to get rid of them but I didn't want to kill all the wonderful butterflies it also attracts. So I went about finding a new way to kill them all. I had some empty Tazo tea bottles I simply poked a pen sized whole in the top, added 1/2 cup of water, 1 tablespoon of sugar, 1 tablespoon of dish soap, and 1 tablespoon of syrup.Now I do find that these work better if you place them in the sun :O) If you want to use a bigger container simply multiply the ingredients. Make sure your hole is only about the size of a pen cap! Then they can't seem to get back out.lol