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    Erikah
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Laughing at nothing always
Laughing at nothing always
πŸ’œπŸ’— DO YOUR PART PLEASE πŸ’—πŸ’œ -
-So something that is getting very time consuming are the general questions like, "okay so what is it?" Or "tell me more about your product". And as much as I would love to explain to every person what Meraki Growth is and how it works, I just really can't keep up with adequate answers to those questions, with this many people asking. I also have SO MUCH info about it on my page. -

Every single progress photo I posted is more information on the product. Since answering social media messages is basically getting to be a full time job in itself, I can't really spend the time needed to properly explain. So try to do some research before asking me please. It would definitely help both of us out a lot, and you get a better, more in depth answer!
Also, Happy last day of summer 🌻🌞🌻🌞
πŸ’œπŸ’— DO YOUR PART PLEASE πŸ’—πŸ’œ - -So something that is getting very time consuming are the general questions like, "okay so what is it?" Or "tell me more about your product". And as much as I would love to explain to every person what Meraki Growth is and how it works, I just really can't keep up with adequate answers to those questions, with this many people asking. I also have SO MUCH info about it on my page. - Every single progress photo I posted is more information on the product. Since answering social media messages is basically getting to be a full time job in itself, I can't really spend the time needed to properly explain. So try to do some research before asking me please. It would definitely help both of us out a lot, and you get a better, more in depth answer! Also, Happy last day of summer 🌻🌞🌻🌞
I am completely & amazingly overwhelmed by the amount of people that saw my post yesterday! I have had over 300 separate conversations since it was posted 😩(sleeping only 3 hours last night so I could get back to responding) & trying really hard to make sure no one went unanswered. Your patience is appreciated πŸ™πŸ’—πŸ’œπŸ’™πŸ’š
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-  I will be out of the country on September 25th for a couple of weeks, so if you would like your order shipped before October 9th please send me your shipping info and we can get it going. 
Another side note, very soon my product will be officially listed and you will not have to dm me to get it. Your patience is appreciated Γ—2 πŸ™
I am completely & amazingly overwhelmed by the amount of people that saw my post yesterday! I have had over 300 separate conversations since it was posted 😩(sleeping only 3 hours last night so I could get back to responding) & trying really hard to make sure no one went unanswered. Your patience is appreciated πŸ™πŸ’—πŸ’œπŸ’™πŸ’š - - I will be out of the country on September 25th for a couple of weeks, so if you would like your order shipped before October 9th please send me your shipping info and we can get it going. Another side note, very soon my product will be officially listed and you will not have to dm me to get it. Your patience is appreciated Γ—2 πŸ™
This is a 2 month progress photo from Kaliesha. (P.S. She takes very clear, same distance and same angled progress photos, which is why I've featured her photo twice. No, it does not mean it only works on curly hair) 
I had to give that explanation because people see that I have curly hair and ask if that's the only type of hair it works on. 
The product is being applied to your scalp, not your strands. So it does not matter what the pattern of your hair is after the hair follicle, because the healthy stuff is getting to the right place regardless. 
I know people react to different foods and products differently. But speaking generally, kale is not only good for white people or vitamin b doesn't only help people with curly hair. Sounds ludacris that those would even be suggestions right? Exactly.

Meraki Growth is good for ALL hair types πŸ˜„πŸ’—πŸ˜„πŸ’—
This is a 2 month progress photo from Kaliesha. (P.S. She takes very clear, same distance and same angled progress photos, which is why I've featured her photo twice. No, it does not mean it only works on curly hair) I had to give that explanation because people see that I have curly hair and ask if that's the only type of hair it works on. The product is being applied to your scalp, not your strands. So it does not matter what the pattern of your hair is after the hair follicle, because the healthy stuff is getting to the right place regardless. I know people react to different foods and products differently. But speaking generally, kale is not only good for white people or vitamin b doesn't only help people with curly hair. Sounds ludacris that those would even be suggestions right? Exactly. Meraki Growth is good for ALL hair types πŸ˜„πŸ’—πŸ˜„πŸ’—
Lakeshore in September is just beautiful 😍 just when I thought summer was over..
Lakeshore in September is just beautiful 😍 just when I thought summer was over..
Fun fact. My shirt used to be a dress πŸ™„
Fun fact. My shirt used to be a dress πŸ™„
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I'm getting another question quite a bit about Meraki Growth that I feel deserves it's own post for an answer. 
SO HOW DOES IT WORK EXACTLY? 
1. The 36 different ingredients in Meraki Growth were chosen for a specific reason. They each promote growth, thickness, strength, or length retention for your hair. For example, pumpkin seed oil helps to stop excessive hair shedding. Rosehip extract has essential fatty acids that aid in repair and renewal of damaged hair follicles and scalp tissue, which promote healthy hair growth.
Each one of the 36 ingredients that promote growth, thickness, strength or etc. are working in unison to make sure each one of those things are being covered.

2. It is a potent formula that is being applied directly to the source, your hair follicles. Skin is the largest organ that the body has, so instead of consuming the same nutrients that Meraki Growth provides, you are applying it directly to the source. If you think about the same logic that you have when it comes to eating healthy and seeing a noticeable difference in your body, think of Meraki Growth as a super food for your hair, that's packed with all the nutrients it needs to be healthy. Healthy hair will grow fast, be strong, fall out less..etc. .
Even though the massage is something that you would be doing, that's actually a very important part of the growth process. Regular scalp massages are important when it comes to hair growth, so make sure that's a step you're not skipping when applying the product. 
SIDE NOTE: if you are someone who damages your hair every day (i.e. bleaching your hair or using heat of any form) you may not see results as quickly as others, but don't let that discourage you. If you are going to damage your hair regardless, then you need Meraki Growth more than others, to help keep it as strong as possible through the damage being done.
I'm getting another question quite a bit about Meraki Growth that I feel deserves it's own post for an answer. SO HOW DOES IT WORK EXACTLY? 1. The 36 different ingredients in Meraki Growth were chosen for a specific reason. They each promote growth, thickness, strength, or length retention for your hair. For example, pumpkin seed oil helps to stop excessive hair shedding. Rosehip extract has essential fatty acids that aid in repair and renewal of damaged hair follicles and scalp tissue, which promote healthy hair growth. Each one of the 36 ingredients that promote growth, thickness, strength or etc. are working in unison to make sure each one of those things are being covered. 2. It is a potent formula that is being applied directly to the source, your hair follicles. Skin is the largest organ that the body has, so instead of consuming the same nutrients that Meraki Growth provides, you are applying it directly to the source. If you think about the same logic that you have when it comes to eating healthy and seeing a noticeable difference in your body, think of Meraki Growth as a super food for your hair, that's packed with all the nutrients it needs to be healthy. Healthy hair will grow fast, be strong, fall out less..etc. . Even though the massage is something that you would be doing, that's actually a very important part of the growth process. Regular scalp massages are important when it comes to hair growth, so make sure that's a step you're not skipping when applying the product. SIDE NOTE: if you are someone who damages your hair every day (i.e. bleaching your hair or using heat of any form) you may not see results as quickly as others, but don't let that discourage you. If you are going to damage your hair regardless, then you need Meraki Growth more than others, to help keep it as strong as possible through the damage being done.
Not a model, but it's fun to pretend to be
Not a model, but it's fun to pretend to be
Pt. 2 Hair.
Pt. 2 Hair.
Burgundy πŸ˜‹
Burgundy πŸ˜‹
Get to see this beauty finally after weeks apart! ❀❀ Adventures in Toronto here we come πŸπŸ˜™
Get to see this beauty finally after weeks apart! ❀❀ Adventures in Toronto here we come πŸπŸ˜™
Throwback to Banff, short hair, high mountains, and good times
Throwback to Banff, short hair, high mountains, and good times
Sometimes you just gotta put your hair up and try to save the world
Sometimes you just gotta put your hair up and try to save the world
So some lady at the Niagra Market looked at my progress photos and told me they weren't the same girl. And when I told her it was me she said she didn't buy it πŸ˜• 
Is it so hard to believe that if you "feed" your hair and scalp healthy food, that it reacts in a positive and healthy way? Same logic as eating healthy and working out. Anyways I guess I better get used to it, not everyone has actually seen the progress in real life. 
Photos are:
SEPT 2017 --》JAN 2015 ( the before pic was before I even started experimenting with my product, and I actually got slightly worse than this afterwards)
So some lady at the Niagra Market looked at my progress photos and told me they weren't the same girl. And when I told her it was me she said she didn't buy it πŸ˜• Is it so hard to believe that if you "feed" your hair and scalp healthy food, that it reacts in a positive and healthy way? Same logic as eating healthy and working out. Anyways I guess I better get used to it, not everyone has actually seen the progress in real life. Photos are: SEPT 2017 --》JAN 2015 ( the before pic was before I even started experimenting with my product, and I actually got slightly worse than this afterwards)
Hair.
Hair.
Someone teach me how to lay my edges 😭
P.S. These lovely brows, by @beyond_lashesbynat 😍😍
Someone teach me how to lay my edges 😭 P.S. These lovely brows, by @beyond_lashesbynat 😍😍