The beauty and cosmetic industry is a major driver of international cultural norms, and it's time its prejudices were exposed and erased. Curly hair is normal. I'll venture further into the truth: curly hair is the dominant global hair type. Surprised? I will get to the point through what will surely not be the last … Continue reading Beauty May Be Subjective, but Equality Cannot Be
learning to love my fine and thin hair
A tale of getting this millennial dancer's curly hair under control, frizz-free, and easy to manage with natural hair products ingredients. No keratin treatment, no way. This girl's natural curls rock!
Blue Mountain Apiary, Jamaica One of the sites farmed by our friends at Blackbirds Farm, producers of our beeswax and honey infused with Blue Mountain coffee, ginger, and cinnamon notes. Sargasso sources raw ingredients from proven, reputable, and independent suppliers in the UK and around the world, especially in the Caribbean, where we are committed to doing business. … Continue reading Statement on Ethical Business Practises
She was the toddler with a mohawk, the one who hated getting her hair combed, the kid who ran away screaming at the sight of a comb, and the beautiful child who her dad called the kid with the "dynamite hair style."
Every island has fishing villages that feel centuries old, shores that are littered with broken boats (schooners), nets, and memories of the days of great catches. It's the proud and dying life memorialised in the late Derek Walcott's poem, The Schooner Flight. I know these islands from Monos to Nassau, a rusty head sailor with sea-green … Continue reading A Tale of a Vanishing Caribbean Tradition