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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Everyday Care Tips For Your Natural Hair

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Everyday Care Tips For Your Natural Hair



Your hair is a part of you like your skin and nails that requires nourishment and attention to thrive. In order for your mane to be at its beautiful best, it’s important to take care  of your hair in several areas.

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

How To Get Heart-Shaped Hair Without Scissors?

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How To Get Heart-Shaped Hair Without Scissors?
Photo courtesy of Blackhairinformation.com



Question
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?

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Natural Hair In Summer - Watch Out For Chlorine

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Natural Hair In Summer - Watch Out For Chlorine




Growing up as a black child in the 70's and 80's was quite different than now.  For one thing....hardly anyone black that I knew was getting in pools or in the water at the beach.  I didn't know anyone who could swim and beaches primarily had whites at them....whether they were sunbathing or swimming.  If I was lucky enough to get to a pool that meant enduring a hideously tight ass swim cap molded to my head and my mother would cut her eyes at me and my sister before telling us through clenched teeth.....

"YOU BETTA NOT GET YOUR HAIR WET!!"

Of course our hair got wet and we were subject to hours of my mother washing and pressing our hair to get it back right.  I am being soooo serious and if any older Naturals are reading this try not to spit your coffee out laughing because I KNOW you remember this as well!!  

Monday, July 27, 2015

10 Top Sulfate-Free Shampoos Naturals Love

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10 Top Sulfate-Free Shampoos Naturals Love



Naturals have a love-hate relationship with shampoo.  We love that they cleanse our tresses but often they are just too harsh for our hair. Sulfates are the detergents in shampoo that cleanse away the dirt, pollutants and product build-up but they also strip away the natural oils we need to keep our hair moisturized.  

Because of this many naturals have ditched shampoo all together and opted for cowashing cleansers or just washing with botanical conditioners.  I love cowashing but know shampoos are still necessary sometimes but when I use one, I make sure it is sulfate-free.  Here are 10 of the top sulfate-free shampoos that naturals use, love and swear by to get the job done.

Friday, July 24, 2015

5 Major Benefits Of Steaming Your Natural Hair

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5 Major Benefits Of Steaming Your Natural Hair



For many naturals hair steaming is a step that is necessary but often skipped and might be just what the “hair doctor” ordered when it comes to healthy moisturized hair.

What is hair steaming?
It basically means adding moisture to the hair in the form of moist heat (steam) to the hair strands. This can be done in a number of different way such as using a handheld hair steamer, a standing steamer or even enjoying the steam after a long warm shower.
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