While we would like to think hair products are designed to improve the condition of our hair, sometimes they do the complete opposite. Here are few reasons why and how your hair products are breaking or damaging your hair: [ad name=”ad3″]Poor quality of ingredients A poor formulation will no doubt give you poor results. Products […]
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Ammonia-Free Hair Color and Dye is marketed as the safer hair color. But is it really safe?
It’s that time of the year again! Black Friday is literally right around the corner, and it’s time to rack up on some good deals. There are some big savings on natural hair products, so get into those this year! We’ve searched the web and reached out to brands to get their holiday steals and deals […]
With all that you do to keep your natural hair looking its best, a hot oil treatment may seem like something you can do without. But as temps get cooler, this may be something you’ll want to include in your regimen! Here are four reasons why they’re a good idea.
Were you expecting me to come to this post saying how badly my hair broke and thinned out? Luckily for me that is not the case at all. In fact my hair is doing quite awesome after my Keratin Treatment some time ago.
Does it do EVERYTHING that it claims???
SheaMoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow and Restore Shampoo CLAIMS to add moisture to natural, chemically processed, color treated and heat styled hair. Its clarifying, sulfate-free formula nourishes, strengthens and removes product build-up to reduce hair breakage, shedding and to promote hair growth. Infused with apple cider vinegar and shea butter to aid in regulating and balancing pH levels on the scalp for soft, shiny hair. Gentle enough for every day use.
BUT DOES IT REALLY???
These two Aphogee products are often confused but they have some very distinct differences that I know that you and your hair will appreciate. Some of these include the prices, one will leave your hair hard, and one requires an additional product to complete the treatment. Last but not least, one of these is one of my favorite deep conditioners probably of all times.
3 Best Oils for Natural Hair are oils that penetrate hair such as avocado oil, olive oil, and coconut oil. These three natural oils will enter the inner structure of the hair. This makes them more moisturizing than other oils. They also help to strengthen hair by preventing damage.
Gwen Jimmere, CEO and founder of NATURALICIOUS, is the first black woman to receive a patent for a natural hair product. The patent is for her company’s bestselling Moroccan Rhassoul 5-and-1 Clay Treatment—a natural clay-based product that does the work of a cleanser, conditioner, deep conditioner, leave-in conditioner and detangler all at once.
For centuries, women have been using honey for hair. I’d like to share just three simple ways you can use this sweetener in your current hair care routine.