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Abimbola Craig shares the Truth about her Natural Hair on a New Episode of “Ms. Craig’s Thoughts” | BN TV

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Producer, actress and lawyer Abimbola Craig has launched her own YouTube channel which will be home for her vlog series “Ms Craig’s Thoughts”.

In this episode, she shares the honest truth about her hair journey, products and even shows us some SHAKU SHAKU moves.

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4 Comments

  1. Kedeh

    April 29, 2018 at 12:51 am

    Waohhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! am so loving the SHAKU SHAKU moves sure i will contact her to teach me…..

  2. Temi Tope

    April 29, 2018 at 2:56 am

    STOOOPEEED AND TOO MUCH TALK.

    • Lilo

      April 29, 2018 at 7:53 am

      Not stooopeeed. Finally someone that gives credit to having good hair as part of her natural hair success. As opposed to laying claims to cantu and Shea mosture for such record growth in 2 years. Thing is hair growth potential boils down to genetics. No biotin or routine can bring your hair from 0 to 100. And you can tell from your childhood photos what your max growth potential is. I met a lady at the dentist with super cute TWA – about 2 inches and half twisted out laid flat. You could tell she is in her 30s. So being the natural hair nazi that I am, I started the hair talk and presumably asked why she big chopped her hair. To my surprise, she said this has been her hair length for 4 years and that her hair just doesn’t grow. She said I leave it and shape the back with a barber. I haven’t cut my hair in 4 years.
      Dang she looked fierce in her robo robo Twa tjo

  3. Lilo

    April 29, 2018 at 7:52 am

    Finally someone that gives credit to having good hair as part of her natural hair success. As opposed to laying claims to cantu and Shea mosture for such record growth in 2 years. Thing is hair growth potential boils down to genetics. No biotin or routine can bring your hair from 0 to 100. And you can tell from your childhood photos what your max growth potential is. I met a lady at the dentist with super cute TWA – about 2 inches and half twisted out laid flat. You could tell she is in her 30s. So being the natural hair nazi that I am, I started the hair talk and presumably asked why she big chopped her hair. To my surprise, she said this has been her hair length for 4 years and that her hair just doesn’t grow. She said I leave it and shape the back with a barber. I haven’t cut my hair in 4 years.
    Dang she looked fierce in her robo robo Twa tjo

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