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Hello, how are you doing? How is your mental health? Hope you are calming down from the unrest? We understand that things might not completely get back to normal this year again, but we have no choice but to hope.


At African Naturalistas, we want to wrap up this year with The 5R Hair Care Masterclass. Many of us have been shaken, such that hair care is the last thing on our minds. But all in all, we must still move on and hope for the best.


The 5Rs Hair Care Masterclass is the ultimate masterclass you will need to tow your hair on a healthy path, especially as we approach a new year. 


The 5Rs stand for Restart, Regrow, Rejuvenate, Retain, and Restore.


  • If you are looking for a fresh start in your hair care journey, it is time to Restart your hair
  • If you have suffered hair loss of any kind, it is time for you to Regrow your hair
  • If you are already on your journey to hair growth, but you hair is dull and flailing, it is time to Rejuvenate your hair
  • If your hair was once healthy, but something has gone wrong, and you can’t figure it out, it is time to Restore your hair
  • If you have grown your hair successfully, it is time for you to Retain your hair


The 5Rs Haircare Masterclass is for every woman with hair on her head. Whether your hair is relaxed, natural, short, long, curly, coily, healthy, damaged, No matter what category you fall under, the 5R Hair care masterclass is for you.


This masterclass is going to start your hair care journey afresh for the New Year. 


Click here to register for the very early bird of the Masterclass





Free E-book: 10 Secrets of growing Long Hair by Atilola Moronfolu



Are you one of those people who have tried to grow long and healthy hair without success? You keep hearing "all hair grow", but that statement has never manifested on your scalp. You know you are not sick, yet your hair has remained the same length for 10 years.


I have written a simple easy-to-read book, revealing the secrets of growing long hair. Contrary to what you might think, growing long hair is not difficult, but it has rules you must adhere to. If you do not adhere to these, you will just be pouring water into a basket, and all the time, effort and money spent on products will be a colossal waste of time.


10 Secrets of growing Long Hair is a free ebook for you to help you achieve your goal of healthy and long hair.


Click here to download your copy and thank me later.


Atilola

Certified Trichologist

Giving Birth in Canada (Part 2) | 17 things to know before you decide to give birth in Canada

In this second part of my Giving Birth in Canada series, I share 17 things you need to know before you decide to give birth in Canada.

If I could get a kobo for every request/call I get concerning giving birth in Canada, I would be a billionaire by now. So this video came by popular demand. I talk about 17 things to know before deciding to give birth in Canada.

I hope you learn a few things, and share with others who might need it.

There are more things, which might be discussed in a future video, and based on request.

Please watch, hit the subscribe button and the notification bell, so you can know when future episodes are released.

Excuse Me, SARS - Atilola Moronfolu

My name is Atilola and I’m a spoken word artist. I perform mostly in the corporate sector, NGO sector and international scenes. I’m not exactly what you will call an “angry poet” or “political poet”. I’m not a trend talker or crowd follower. But I am a human being, Nigerian, and mother to two boys who will be future men.

I was inspired to write this very short piece because of my son, Lyon, whose hair I plan to braid/lock. I don’t want him to go through what our young ones are going through today. I don’t want him to be wrongly profiled as a criminal because of his appearance.

I might not be able to take to the streets like other youths because of my family and work responsibilities, but I can sure speak for the upcoming generation with my art.

I hope this piece speaks to you, but most importantly, to the Nigerian police force and the federal government of Nigeria

Please watch, hit the subscribe button and the notification bell


Giving Birth in Canada (Part 1): How I got my Canadian Visa

Ever since I arrived Nigeria with a Canadian citizen in my Kangaroo pouch, I have become a very reluctant "Canada Birth Consultant". People always call me to ask for advise and guidance.

The truth is I was never an expert cos it was my first time having anything to do with the Canadian Embassy. My experience was nothing straightforward, mentally stressful, mentally tasking, and spiritually intense.

This is the first part of my three-part "Giving Birth in Canada" series. In the second part, we talk about the things you must know when applying, and in the third, we talk about the pros and cons, when compared to giving birth in the US.

Please watch, hit the subscribe button and the notification bell, so you can know when future episodes are released.


Taking your Husband's Surname - What's the Fuss about?

Some women are recently choosing to bear their maiden name, after marriage, and they are taking the flak for it.

Further discussions have revealed the people do not understand where the practice of taking a man's surname in some parts of the world came from, and when it started.

In this episode of Let's DO Life, we discuss this topic in detail, and talk about the sentiments behind this practice, if it's a sin, if it's cultural or even important.

Please pull out your chair, get your popcorn, because have fun and get schooled at the same time.

Please don't forget to subscribe, comment and give your feedback on my video


Should successful women attribute their success to their husbands?

Hi guys. How are you all doing? The first episode of my YouTube show, let’s do life, is out.

Many successful women have been criticized in recent times about the trend of dedicating their success/achievements/awards to their spouses, when it was achieved by them.

The critics say it is the evidence of patriarchy still very present in our society, and the successful women are passing a wrong message to the younger generation of independent women

In this video, I talk about this topic from my perspective. I will like you to watch and weigh in. You can watch it below

Please don't forget to subscribe, comment and give your feedback on my video


Yayyy, I started my Youtube Program

For a long time, the thought of starting my own Youtube Program (I can't say Channel, cos I already have one) always came across as stressful to me, cos my Youtuber friends always painted the whole process as stressful and time consuming. Time availability is already an issue for me, cos of my schedule. So in my mind, Youtube and I were never going to be friends, when it came to content creation

Earlier this year, I started taking my IG lives more serious, and my husband started working on our study (but we all know it's mine. Right? Lol). Then I started getting a strong leading to started my own show on Youtube.

That leading didn't disappear, like other "leadings." It only became stronger as time went on. Once the study became partially ready, I went ahead to purchase all my filmimg accessories, and enlisted a professional on fiver to design my Youtube intro.

And with that, Let's do life - with Atilola was birthed.

In this show, we’ll be covering a range of subject matters including marriage, art, love, relationships, health, fitness, business... all sprinkled with a little bit of controversy.

I’m going to be keeping it real, with discussions that are wholesome, funny, and uplifting at the same time.

Please subscribe to my YouTube channel here. And in the meantime, please watch the trailer below