Saturday, 25 April 2009

Products which I use

These products are my stables and the nice thing about them, is that I can get them locally, from where I live in Hammersmith, West London. The West Indian castor oil, Dabur Amla oil and Vatika enriched coconut oil, are available from either Shepherds Bush Market, where there are Asian shops. Glycerine, rosewater is available from any local supermarket in the cake making section, also available in most supermaket type shops as well as extra virgin olive oil. Aloe vera gel and aloe vera juice is available in any health shop.

I make up a daily rinse, with aloe vera juice, rosewater, glycerine and olive oil. I add a litte conditioner to an empty Evain or 50 ml water bottle, add a some aloe vera juice, rosewater, glycerine and a little bicarbonate of soda (if you live in a hard water area) shake thoroughly and then add water to fill the bottle completely shake again and pour over hair and wrap a towel around the head to soak up extra moisture, leave on for 15-20 minutes, then add remove towel and put little moisturiser on the roots and over a little over the hair.

To make a hair spray,put in a spray bottle, available for any beauty store or Sallys. To add the bottle, add the same ingredients, plus lavender essential oil as a preservative and spray on the hair, whenever the hair feels dry.

The castor oil, aloe vera juice, glycerine, rosewater, amla oil and enriched Vatika oil, I make into a hair moisturiser, in a small container, I add a little powdered MSM, and pour a little rosewater, and mix throughly. MSM standing for methylsulphonylmethane, also you can crush some biotin tablets, I add some vitamin E and Evening primrose, glycerine and rosewater. I put a large amount of castor oil, and aloe vera gel, mix throughly and now it can be applied to damp hair from root to ends and/or the roots daily.

The other Indian herbal powders such as Brahmi, amla, shikakai, kalpitone, I make up into a deep conditioner. I add 1-2 teaspoons of each, 2 tablespoons of olive oil, castor oil, aloe vera juice or gel, one beaten egg, coconut oil and tablespoon of conditioner. Mix into a smooth paste and I apply to my hair, sectioning it and paying special attention to my ends, then I cover with a plastic bag for 30 minutes to one hours. Then I wash it off using a conditioner, then style my hair with moisturiser.

The Indian herbals, such as Brahmi, amla, shikakai, kalpitone are available to larger Asian supermarkets, in areas such as West Ealing and Southall, in London, UK. Also you can order a really wide range on line, which is really good, because you can get Brahmi oil and many other hair oils.

Wednesday, 15 April 2009

April 2009

Mega Tek is BRILLIANT. I LOVE MEGA TEK!!!. I have been using this product since August 2008 and it is fantastic. The first picture shows my hair after I used Mega Tek in January comparised to be using Mega Tek in April. Every time, I look at these pictures, I am so amazed.

I strongly believe Mega Tek was made in Heaven and it was transported to earth by angels and those ingredients are so secret, but they work. That is why I praise Jesus every night and I strongly believe he made them especially for me.

Mega Tek is my stables, plus aloe vera gel, and castor and it is so easy, just having my hair natural. I love my 4b hair, so it doesn't have defined curls, I can use Miss Jessie's to solve that problem, but as you can see I am extremely extremely happy.
Soon I will be trying Miss Jessie's hair products, which are available at, several reviews about them, people are very happy, it is expensive, but it is worth it, when you get the results. THAT IS WHY I LOVE MEGA TEK!!!.
See you on the next update

Friday, 3 April 2009

March 2009

It is now 219 days since I have been using Mega Tek, and I am of course extremely pleased with the result of my hair, it is nice to know that I can finally say that I have long hair. Yes long hair. It has extreme shrinkage, which is very misleading. Your hair looks like it is shoulder length for ever, but once you stretch out your hair is clearly past your shoulders down your back, the comparison picture on the left, the picture was taken in January and compared to the picture on the right taken in March. More thickness and growth.

I have learned to appreciate my hair, which has a woolly, spongy texture. I put my hair in a very simple style, easy to comb and look after and also, it looks neat when I am going out. I am very pleased with my achievements.