Friday, June 21, 2013

1000th Facebook "Likes"





If you don't know by now.. I like giveaways, OK I LOVE giveaways, lol. I didn't really want to start a Facebook page earlier in the year but as time flew by its been pretty awesome. So what's a girl to do but have a giveaway when she gets to 1000! The rules are pretty simple.

  1. Like the Facebook page
  2. Leave a Blog Post here answering "Do you feel that deep conditioning with steam will help your natural hair care in any shape form or fashion?"
  3. Follow me on Twitter  * not mandatory but you get an additional entry 

So what to give away...hmmmm.....I think a steamer and a  3 of my favorite deep conditioners to go along with the steamer sounds about right to me!

Huetiful Steamer

3 of my favorite deep conditioners 

  1.  Sweet Nature by Eddie Protein Mask $10.50 
  2. Aubrey Organics  Rosa Mosqueta Conditioner $19.48
  3. Reve Essentials Deep Moisture Treatment $15.99


Giveaway is open to US residents only. Contest winner has 48 hours to respond to email notification  with a valid shipping address. Be advised that it may be up to 3-4 weeks for delivery. Giveaway ends July 31st 12:00 AM

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80 comments:

Kenesha Broderick said...

Great giveaway!
I feel that yes it will add becasue any type of heat is beneficial in deep conditioning to give your strands the fighting chance they need to grow strong!!
I also followed you on twitter-randomjamaican!

Bri Woods said...

I've heard great things about steamers in regards to adding moisture. my hope for a steamer would be to add moisture and reduce frizz in my hair.

Tabisadelta said...

I think the steam would be awesome w opening cuticles & letting moisture I'm. Could only enhance the dc process. I'm low porosity, so that would help tons!

Bas Dina said...

I feel like it will help because heat opens your shafts to let moisture in so it helps moisten your hair

Tracey said...

I would love to use steam as a way of moisturizing my hair. Opening up the cuticle and letting as much moisture as possible in can only benefit my dry, delicate hair. What a great way to utilize all of hair products to the fullest!

Bas Dina said...

Also, i love how there's 106 entries but only 3 posts! lol

Natashya Mitchell-Hendrix said...

Yes, I feel that deep conditioning with steam will help my natural hair care in any shape form or fashion.

Niqui36 said...

I do think that deep conditioning with steam is beneficial to hair; it helps keep the moisture level up.

mzC said...

Yes I feel it would help to keep my hair moisturized to help in growth as well. It be to hot with dry humidity! I could definitely benefit from this. Thanks

krystel warden said...

YES I THINK IT WIL ;HELP ME ALOT

JTWisdom said...

I think steam conditioning is a must because it moisturizes the hair and makes it easy to detangle.

Curly Mama said...

I think steam conditioning is a must for a naturalists because the conditioner will be able to penetrate your hair and moisturize it..As a natural my hair is always dry and I have to keep it moisturize it, I feel steam would definitely help with this issue

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Tracy Nelson said...

I've tried this steamer at the hair salon, and my hair just took to it so great. I would love to be able to do this from my own home. Plus I colored my hair, so I know it will help me keep my colored moisturized.

Shavonda Floyd said...

Adding a steam treatment to your dry strands will definitely add moisture to your natural hair. ....

Junelle said...

I think that using the steamer will enhance the deep conditioning process, heat opens the hair shaft and allows deep penetration of the conditioner for maximum benefits, my hair really need some tlc right now... after months on my healthy hair journey i certainly think i lost my touch cause my hair isnt so healthy at all... so this steamer would be an excellent addition to my journey and will surely help with getting it back in shape :)

Danielle Jackson said...

A steamer will help any deep conditioning process because it helps it penetrate the hair follicle with the heat.

Mac Millie said...

Hi, I definitely think that steaming my natural hair is very beneficial. I believe that steaming enables the nutrients and oils to saturate my hair and scalp. I believe steaming my hair enables my dry hair to get the moisture it needs as well.

Valerie Wilson said...

yes I feel steaming helps. I feel that steaming help open up the follicles which allows for better absorption of needed oils and other nutrients.

Kimberly Threadgill said...

I definitely think steaming wll help my moisturize my hair that has been protected long term and in desperate need of extra TLC!

nubianqueen said...

I really want to win this wonderful steamer. I've had my eyes on it for a long time. If I don't win it, I'm still going to get it. LBVS!

Tavi Olmo said...

I live in a very VERY dry climate. I'm in the desert. When I first went natural in 2009 I saw a lot of growth. However, whenever the summer hits, my hair suffers no matter what I do. This is a bone dry heat, my hair would kill for humidity! I'm told that the Huetiful Steamer would literally save my hair. My hair has been stagnant. I haven't seen much growth for a long time and I've tried different methods of sealing and no method has beaten this climate yet. As soon as I step outside my hair becomes straw. I do not use products with glycerin so that isn't the problem. Weekly deep conditioning with steam has been the method suggested to me by many naturals but my budget hasn't allowed it. I really hope that I win this giveaway because I need to know that my hair can grow long and healthy...right now...my natural journey isn't as great and rewarding as some other naturals' journeys have been :( I'm having a really hard time and I'm about to just give up for a while... I've tried all sorts of deep conditioners, clarifying, homemade stuff, store bought stuff...I just don't know what to do. =_=

LaShon James-Major said...

Steam will be awesome in helping my hair lock in moisture.

quisha said...

Do you feel that deep conditioning with steam will help your natural hair care in any shape form or fashion?"

Yes I do I currently deep conditioning with a plastic cap under the hooded dryer. It makes my soft. I know using the steamer would be even better. It would help me retain more moisture.

TS said...

A steamer would definitely lift the cuticles on my low porosity hair to allow deep conditioners to really enter the strands effectively.

Kinks Of Nature said...

I definitely think it helps, but I haven't been under a steamer in years and miss the feeling.

OHR said...

I've read a lot about steamers in the past year. My hair has low porosity, so this would certainly aid in my hair's ability to retain moisture. It would be simply awesome to win a steamer!

LovestoSamba said...

My hair is ultra dry and nothing I mean nothing works. My lat resort is to try a steamer. I would love to win one. Thanks for this giveaway

Lynita Prater said...

Yes I believe using a steamer will help my hair out tremendously. I have low porosity hair and moisture is my hair's friend. Having a steamer to help keep it in while living in a very humid & hot area will keep my hair healthy!!

bigdreamism said...

I think this would do wonders for my daughters coarse dry natural hair. thanks for the giveaway.

tlcmama lloyd said...

Yes, steam would definitely enhance my hair's deep conditioning. The heat and moisture would help the product penetrate to the cortex of the shaft much easier!!!!

Rondica said...

I honestly don't know. I'm always learning more about my hair and what it likes and doesn't like. I would love to see if steaming my hair will be beneficial or not. Thanks for offering the giveaway!

For the love of Steven said...

Do I feel that deep conditioning with steam will help my natural hair care in any shape form or fashion? But of course, opening the cuticle layer will allow my conditioners to penetrate the shaft more deeply.BTW, Natural Hair Love Affair sent me!

D Carter said...

I knot (pun intended) only feel that the deep conditioning with steam will help my hair, I know it will. I have been to fancy salons and had this conditioning done with great results, namely moisture, moisture, moisture. The price to own one is steep so I just treat myself from time to time with the steam. One of the salon even use it on my relaxed hair before I went natural

Natashya Mitchell-Hendrix said...

Yes I Do you feel that deep conditioning with steam will help your natural hair care in any shape form or fashion?

Maria Martin said...

I do believe that deep conditioning with steam will help natural hair in any shape form or fashion provided that a steamer or something that provides the "steaming effect"

Krystal Ferguson said...

I would much prefer deep conditioning with steam than with a hair dryer. I just feel that it will penetrate better, and I'm looking forward to less heat on my neck and shoulders.

Ms Natural Beauty said...

I think steaming would make a difference during my deep conditioning regiment. I am on 3 years natural & I am always willing to learn new tricks!!!

Dannisha McElveen said...

I'm 2 1/2 months post bc and the #1 recommendation that every single blog and/or youtube video I've seen has been to keep your hair moisturized. I've also heard that when you deep condition your hair, sitting under a dryer wearing a shower cap will help maximize results. I first heard about the Huetiful Steamer on the Natural Hair Love Affair fb page and from looking at the product reviews, I can see that it's a great product. Steam opens up your pores and I believe that conditioners would penetrate into the scalp and hair better, leaving it more moisturized and softer compared to just using a leave-in conditioner and/or deep conditioner without heat. This is a wonderful giveaway and good luck on getting to 1,000 likes!

Bettea Thompson said...

I feel that steaming, along with daily proper hair care, will improve or make your hair the best that it can possibly be.

Shavonda Floyd said...

Adding a steam treatment to your natural hair will definitely add moisture to your dry strands. It will allow your hair to grow and become soft and more managable.....

LEE2LEE said...

Steaming would really open up my cuticles and allow a real deep conditioning. Allowing more nutrients into the hair shaft promoting healthier hair.

Nwasha Edu said...

Yes! I'm deep conditioning now but I'd love to add steaming! I think the steam will help me reach my goal of waist length natural hair :)

Rasheida Moss said...

Yes I think that steaming will help during my deep conditioning process by helping to open up my cuticles and adding more moisture to my hair, thus contributing to the overall health and growth to my hair.

Courtney LaShay said...

YES! I have been informed by a fellow naturalista that women with low porosity hair have had great results when it comes to steaming. I feel as if it will greatly enhance my deep conditioning process. I'm sure that like most women I'm dying to have beautiful long tresses, but I'd prefer they be healthy before they are long.

TrollopCM said...

YES! My hair would greatly benefit from a steamer. I'm 4 years into my natural journey and I've yet to mastered a ideal moisture balance for my hair.

TrollopCM aka Tai Marshall

SunRose33 said...

Yes I do. I'm almost a year natural and would love to win this steamer. I've been reading about all the wonderful benefits. My hair needs this. I'm determined to grow my hair healthy and strong. Thanks for the giveaway!!!

MochaSoul said...

Most Definately!!! I have experienced loads of dryness as a relaxed and a natural. Still trying to find that magic cure that my tresses will indulge in, this steamer and three fab condish may do the trick!!! Happy 1000th and I hope many more to come.

Melly Belle said...

Yes!!! I have low porosity and thick dense hair strands which benefit from moisture in many ways. I would love to win this steamer! It would help restore moisture by lifting my hair cuticles. I could see adding this to my "hair dates" in the future. :))))

Shakira Daniels said...

Yes a steamer would benefit my hair simply because I have fine color treated hair that needs lots a deep conditioning. A steamer would take my deep conditioning to the next level.

Zantell said...

This fab steamer would benefit my natural hair growth process big time. I would use it with my favorite hairveda products and enjoy the ayurvedic goodness that will penatrate and make my hair uber soft and manageable.

Sabrina Pickett said...

I would think a steamer will help me retain the moistuize I am lacking. Please pick me I unable to afford one at time soon :(.

Mia Harris said...

Yes, I think deep conditioning with steame will definitely help me. I'm looking for ways to add & retain moisture in my hair.

stefanie gladden said...

yes I do! i have tried it before and I loved the results!

stephanie ann

tdawkins205 said...

The steamer is a great enhancement for DC's.I noticed my hair holds moisture better and it's more manageable.I know some feel;that it's not a necessasity.But it helps my hair tremendously.I hope I win this;because I recently broke;one of the legs on my steamer!Such a sad day!LOL!

babbygirl said...

Yes I fill that deep conditioning with steam will help with your natural hair growth, because it helps lock in the heat

CincyGrl said...

I think steam would be great...haven't tried it yet but it's on my to do list!

LaWanda S said...

Yes, I think the steam would add moistire and condition my low porosity hair!

Tia said...

I've seen lots of persons benefit from using steamers for hot oil & deep conditioning treatments. I'd be more than elated to experience the softness & manageability they've praised. This would be my 1st steamer & given the reputation Huetiful steamers has I know I won't be disappointed.

Jeszy88 said...

I think heat from steam would be more beneficial than heat from air because I would like to retain moisture in the hair shaft and we all know that the best moistener is water....ta da!!!

Simply Desi said...

I know steaming my hair would make a world of a difference in the health of my hair. I have been natural for 2 years now and I have low porosity hair. Moisture has been a constant struggle with my hair, hence why I'm still stuck in the awkward length stage (6-7 inches) after 2 years natural and 1 year transitioning. I know moisture is the key to keeping hair healthy and will help it grow. After all, we all know the science behind steaming and low porosity hair :)

CeCe said...

I Think it would havent tried steaming yet.

KIMIE KURLS said...

YES!!!! Due to my arthritis it makes it easier for me. I don't have to work the DC into low porosity hair. The steamer really helps me with the work greatly because it opens up my hair cuticles so that the DC actually goes on to the hair itself.

Bonsha Nerry said...

I believe that steam helps the conditioner penetrate deeper and assists in the strengthening and growth process of the hair.

Bonsha Nerry said...

It is beneficial.... Steam helps with deep penetration of the conditioner and assists in strengthening and healthy hair growth.

Laesha said...

I think that deep conditioning with steam will help my natural hair because the deep conditioner can better penetrate the hair. I also believe that the steamer will make my hair softer and more manageable.

Brittany Granberry said...

I think that deep conditioning and steaming are good for your hair because it helps put moisture in your hair. At first I didn't think it was important to do these but now I see that it's really important to do this to retain moisturise.

Christine Eldridge said...

I definitely think it will help especially for someone who has low porosity hair like me. All the research I've done says that this is the best way to get a true deep conditioning. I'm currently transitioning from heat damage and deep conditioing is a must for me.

Christine Eldridge said...

Deep conditioning with heat is a most for my low porosity hair. My hair is at its best when I deep condition with heat.

BeauTi_Renee said...

I have heard so many good things about steaming your hair while deep conditioning. The most popular response is the moisture the it adds to your hair while it gently lifts the cuticles.

This would be particularly good for me since I am newly natural & suffering from breakage. Moisture helps prevent breakage because your hair is more elastic.

Kimberly Threadgill said...

Deep conditioning with steam will definitely help with moisture and strengthening my hair.

T Squared said...

I know that after I get out of the shower and have not used a shower cap my hair feels really good. I can only imagine the results I would get using an actual steamer.

Sisters Keeper Products said...

Do you feel that deep conditioning with steam will help your natural hair care in any shape form or fashion? Yes

K Roberts said...

The steam would open my hair cuticles and let in moisture, enhancing the deep conditioning process.

"Blue" said...

I absolutely believe hair steamers are beneficial to the hair, for all hair types moisture is mandatory, steam is made of water and the hair loves water that added with the heat helps to lift the cuticle/follicles allowing alllll that goodness to be absorbed instantly onto and into the hair.
I believe it's the best way to get your conditioning product into the needed areas of the hair shaft providing the most in vitamins and nutrients that the hair needs; I have thick often unruly 4-c/z hair and would so so love to benefit from the use of one of these!!

maketa robinson said...

Yes, I think the steamer gives your hair the extra OOMP and helps penetrate the hair shaft more.

Esha said...

A hair steamer helps to add moisture to curly/coily/kinky hair. Moisture is vital for the health and manageability of curly hair.

maketa robinson said...

Yes, I believe it give your hair the extra moisture it needs.

nappy headed black girl said...

It'll definitely help. Anything that allows the cuticles to open provide better product absorption.

The trick is finding the right product to maximize its effect.

Jennifer said...

Yes, I think deep conditioning with steam would be extremely beneficial and would help the DC to penetrate deeper into the hair shaft....Since I Big Chopped, my hair is sooo dry, which is why I really want a Huetiful!! Lol. Congrats on 1000 likes!!! :-)

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