Screwy Haired Girl

I've got really screwy hair. LOVE IT.

SCREWY HAIR BUTTER

BECAUSE YOUR HAIR’S SCREWY

UPDATE: Change happens. I’ve shuttered Screwy Hair Products and drawn the curtain on my little corner of the interwebs. Should I start blogging again, I’ll be sure to let you know. Thanks for all the love!

a little back story
I’ve received positive feedback on my hair butter over the past several months. Family and friends, who have very coily hair like mine, have used the butter I’ve made for them (or prescribed) with great results each time and I kept getting comments about how their hair is now so soft. I also kept getting one question over and over again: “Why don’t you package this and sell it?” So that’s what I’m doing! I did a sales test run at the Lagos Natural Hair Meet-Up on November 19 and the response has allowed me to continue selling the product.

about the product
Screwy Hair Butter is handmade from all-natural ingredients (raw/unprocessed shea butter, homemade coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil, 100% pure jojoba oil, 100% vegetable glycerin, and essential oils) with no chemicals and no preservatives. Screwy Hair Butter is a great hair conditioner that can be used on damp or dry hair, natural or relaxed hair. As an essential part of my hair regimen, it moisturises, strengthens, and seals my hair shaft for softer, healthier hair. For my porous screwy hair, which is really thirsty and greedy, Screwy Hair Butter is the business. And because it’s of a thick yet soft texture, a little goes a long way. Screwy Hair Butter is available in 2 scents: lavender and peppermint.


pricing & purchase
N1,200 (250 ml)
Please email me at screwyhair@gmail.com if you’d like to get some. For now, I’m only able to sell
within Lagos, Nigeria, and not online.
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28 comments on “SCREWY HAIR BUTTER

  1. JO
    September 15, 2014

    Hello are you still not producing the product or are you again… because your link is still available to alot of natural girls in abuja.

    • screwyhair
      January 19, 2015

      No, I no longer sell hair product (or run this blog, really, hence the late reply), but I didn’t sell outside Lagos when I did. NaturalNigerian.com and other bloggers have good products that ship to Abuja, though.

  2. lorrinda
    May 5, 2014

    pls. how can i get some of your product to buy.
    i am in Ghana

    • screwyhair
      January 19, 2015

      Hi, I no longer sell products. Sorry!

      • Cherise
        May 19, 2015

        Am really sorry that you’ve away from the blog a while, have been drawn to this blog ever since i read about the processing of the 100 percent coconut oil, became interested in the manner and grace you carry your natural hair, i was captivated by the hair shine and all, i want to cut my hair start all over again,i want the natural hair, please how do i start, where do i get the hair assesories, that’s for the ones i can purchase

        • screwyhair
          July 9, 2016

          Hi Cherise. I hardly ever get to this blog anymore, hence my late response. Thanks, your too sweet :-) If you haven’t already found them, there are numerous bloggers and YouTubers who can help teach you about your hair. I believe I’ve listed some in other posts, but a simple Google search will be just as helpful and probably more up to date.

          I don’t know where you live, but hair accessories can be found at grocery stores, beauty/hair supply shops, hair salons, etc. If you live in Lagos, you could try Shoprite, our few natural hair salons, some pharmacies, hair product sellers, and markets. Make sure your accessories are smooth and won’t snag your hair. Avoid anything with rough sides or tiny combs.

          Hope that helps!

          Much love to you on starting out natural! It might get frustrating at first, but the trick is to figure out what your hair likes and not get hung up on length. Baby your hair and make sure she feels soft and loved all the time.

  3. Martha Laraba
    March 7, 2014

    Hi can’t I get any sent to Abuja? Please, please?! :(

    • screwyhair
      May 21, 2014

      Unfortunately, I no longer make Screwy Hair Butter. Haven’t yet gotten around to putting up a notice, but I will at some point.

    • screwyhair
      May 21, 2014

      Unfortunately, I no longer make Screwy Hair Butter. Haven’t yet gotten around to putting up a notice, but I will at some point. Sorry!

  4. chi
    August 19, 2013

    when will u return?

  5. Temisan
    July 27, 2013

    I will like to purchase 2 packs of this this please location is vi Thank you

    • screwyhair
      July 27, 2013

      Hi Temisan, I’m currently overseas and can’t fill any orders. So sorry. Please email me if you have questions. Thanks.

  6. lilian alighoda
    March 5, 2013

    please i would really love to buy one but i’m in benin can i send money and u send tru a transport service coming to benin thanks

  7. jasmine
    December 22, 2012

    I do love your hair product. How do you prevent it from going rancid or damaging to the scalp without preservatives?

    • screwyhair
      December 25, 2012

      Thanks, Jasmine :-)

      Oils go rancid when they contain water, as the water provides a place for bacteria to grow and thrive, so I always make sure to get out all of the moisture during coconut processing and I ensure all containers and tools are dry, while avoiding cross-contamination of tools. You can therefore store Screwy Hair Butter in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight while you use it regularly and it’ll be just the same as the day it was made.

      Thanks for stopping by!

  8. Wacuka
    May 28, 2012

    Hi any chance you could send me the products by post I’m in Nairobi Kenya? Thanks

    • screwyhair
      May 28, 2012

      Hi Wacuka,

      Thanks for coming over! Unfortunately, I only sell within Lagos; the cost of sending it to Nairobi would far exceed the cost of the product :-( Hopefully, I’ll be able to do so in the future at a cost that makes sense.

      Thanks again!

  9. Olutimehin
    January 18, 2012

    I’d love to buy this, product junkie that I am! I have a separate leave-in, strengthener AND butter for sealing..lol..but this says moisturise, strengthen and seal? In one jar? Sign me up! (but only when my three separate jars are empty..haha..)
    a potential customer

  10. nnenna
    January 14, 2012

    how can i get ur product in abuja

    • screwyhair
      January 14, 2012

      Hi Nnenna,

      I can only sell in Lagos for now, unfortunately. I do plan to make the product available in a couple other Nigerian cities later this year (depending on sales), but for now if you know anyone coming this way, they can get some for you.

      Thanks for your interest!

  11. misspretty
    January 11, 2012

    Please let me know when you will selling in the US! oneblacklilly@gmail.com
    congrats

    • screwyhair
      January 11, 2012

      That might take some time, but I will definitely let you know :-) Thanks for the support!

  12. skank
    December 31, 2011

    Pls start selling online because i’m in PH and would love to try since my hair is getting bigger by the month

    • screwyhair
      December 31, 2011

      That’s where I hope to grow to, but it’ll take some time to get there. If you know anyone coming to Lagos, please let me know and we can make arrangements.

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