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Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Romance is never dead...well, at least you can keep it going with amazing dresses and everlasting style. I know many are hyping up the fall but I'm still in Summer mode and so is the weather. No need to yank those summer clothes out of the closet so quickly and no need to allow the upcoming school year ruin your blissful mood.
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Monday, August 3, 2015
1. Started my hair journey with a made up mind
Many along the way get discouraged because when one returns to natural, having experienced the ease of processed hair and not dealing with kinks, coils, hair that won’t straighten past 400 degrees, fairy knots, brillo pad ends and such the like, it can cause a sistah to retreat and throw down the 4C flag. I for one made the decision, ride or die, hook or crook I was not going to exchange my wonderful kinks for the creamy crack.
Keeping hair care simple for the well put together Naturalista!
Friday, July 31, 2015
Get a Shower Mirror
A fog-free shower mirror is a great asset to your hair care shower routine. Most of us have grown up not using one so we manage to care for our hair without it. We fumble around blindly parting our hair and feeling to ensure we have everything out and everything in. It is a pain but it is so much a part of the routine that we do not realize how it can be easier. With a shower mirror that is fog-free you can see your parts. You see if all is rinsed out and all the conditioner is covering all of your head.
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Heat & Dryness
Your strands can take a beating from the heat, whether it’s dry weather or repeated styling. Heat in general dries out the hair cuticle, stripping it of natural moisture and making it more prone to thinning and breakage.
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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Do I have to cut my hair? In October I will be one year natural so I understand that hair takes time to grow, but do I have to cut my hair in order for it to have shape? If not how to I shape and stretch it?