Breakage is a very common problem. But the upside, is its completely preventable. Here are some tips on how to prevent breakage in 3 trouble areas; edges, crown (middle) & nape.
Healthy Hair Care
10 Things Keeping You from Growing Long Hair | Here’s a full list of common mistake that are keeping you from growing long natural hair.
Why I didn’t see any hair growth for a year and how I fixed it and grew my hair 6 inches in a year.
Deciding how often to wash your hair sounds like an easy decision and it may even sound like there should be a universal answer. That couldn’t be further from the truth for a number of reasons. We are so different. Yes, naturals are different. We may share a kinship with hair type or curl pattern […]
The holidays might be over but winter sure isn’t. With this polar vortex we are seeing record lows! Its downright frigid! Now we’re hearing the remainder of January is expected to be colder than normal so what’s a Natural to do besides stay inside and sit by the roaring fire? She’s got to go to […]
Do you know the difference between alopecia (hair loss) and traumatic alopecia (hair breakage)? It is vital to identify any bad hair care practices that hair causing hair loss (especially around the hair line or those edges) and/or breakage. Let’s take a closer look at the difference between hair loss and breakage.
When it comes to Protein Moisture Balance let’s face it… It can be a little confusing. But its a necessary part of creating a healthy hair regimen that allows hair to thrive and grow with minimal breakage. This video is a perfect visualization of the Protein Moisture concept.
You don’t have to be afraid of heat if you know how to prevent heat damage. 3 Reasons You Don’t Have to Avoid Heat all together.
Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is a great treament for natural hair. Apple Cider Vinegar has many benefits for in and outside the body. Some of those benefits for hair are: balancing hair and scalp pH, removing product buildup, treating dandruff and hair loss.
Are you convinced your hair isn’t growing? Decreased Hair Growth and Breakage may be the reason you’re not seeing it.