Some times your hair just won’t grow or it doesn’t look it, anyway. Here are 7 common reasons why you hair isn’t growing or retaining length
Dry Scalp can happen year round. But it’s more common in the winter. It’s characterized by loose, white, powdery flakes. Some confuse dry scalp and dandruff. We discussed the differences between the two. Natural ways to treat and get rid of flaky, itchy dry scalp and dandruff. Read On For More: http://nathairrul.es/2jFM3WF
Hair Breakage can be a BIG Problem… But it doesn’t have to be!
Hey, Breakage happens… We’ve all dealt with at one time or another.
Although it’s nearly impossible to completely eliminate breakage there are some preventative measures that you can take.
Alopecia can be extremely devastating but there are treatment options for hair loss, alopecia areata, or various underlying conditions.
The Twist Out is one of the easiest natural hair styles that works for pretty much any length of hair. My natural hair routine is fairly simple because I don’t think natural hair care has to be complicated. I shampoo, condition, and then style weekly usually in this hairstyle, the Twist Out. I’ve been wearing […]
The LOC Method is hands down the best ways to moisturize natural hair. And it’s done in 3 easy steps!!! Moisturizing natural hair is a two-fold process. Each step of your hair routine should either 1.) add moisture or water to your hair or 2.) help to retain or prevent the loss of moisture. Once […]
Your natural hair wash day doesn’t have to take all day! Don’t get lost in the natural hair products or ethnic hair aisles. Add one of each of these wash day necessities to your wash day routine will leave you with softer, manageable, and more moisturized natural hair regardless of whether or not your hair is Type 3, Type 4, or any natural hair type.
Sometimes you need a pick moisturizing spritz but not the frizz to hydrate parched curls and refresh those dry coils.. Here’s a list of 4 that I’ve use and love.
A bald spot in your head can be extremely devastating. A bald spot can indicate hair loss, alopecia areata, or various underlying conditions.
Think you’re stocked up on natural hair care products? Think again!