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Chlorine Hair Is Harmful So Protect Your Natural Hair This Summer!

Summer is here and so are the desires to stay cool and have some serious water play. Back when I was younger, we hardly made it to pools but we are certainly in a different time now and with all the traveling black folks are partaking in, we are hitting…

Summer Protective Hairstyles You’ll Love & Will Stay Beautiful Longer

Summer officially starts this this month, but we’ve been hitting high 90’s several places in the country, so it’s been hot!  Scores of women are considering going natural (awesome!) and even more are thinking about rocking some summer protective hairstyles as their look of choice as well. Summer protective hairstyles…

Summer Hair Big Chop, Why It’s The Perfect Time To Get One!

It’s time for figuring out how to rock your summer hair so you won’t feel left out.  While the styling choice for naturals are pretty endless, this summer many naturals are opting for cute and easy.  Not every style can be labeled as both.  I’ve got a great idea for…

Top 9 Natural Hair Trends 2019 That Showcase Real #BlackGirlMagic

As we work our way into spring, it’s time to share what’s going to be the top trends for natural hair.  2019 natural hair trends are all about stepping outside of your natural hair comfort zone. Too many of us play it safe with color, cuts and styles. We are…

THE 5 BEST SUNSCREENS FOR BROWN GIRLS (Protect That Melanin!)

We’re here to address two things: a myth and a unique problem. Let’s begin with the myth that black people don’t need to wear sunscreen. This is a common misconception. Although the melanin in black skin does offer some protection from the sun, it is not immune from skin cancer.…

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