Coconut Water has recently become the holy grail of beverages for many reasons. Its has a wealth of benefits. You can reap some of those same benefits for your hair and scalp with this simple recipe.
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An oil rinse has been compared to a hot oil treatment done in the shower between shampooing and conditioning. This is something that I do year round. It has changed the way I moisturize my hair.
Is Castor Oil the Best Treatment Option for Alopecia and Alopecia Aerata? Anonymous writes Is castor oil the only thing that works for alopecia? Because I tried it and it was working at 1st but now my edges are at a stand still! Response by Dr. Kari Williams Alopecia is another word for hair loss. […]
It is one of the most dreaded moments when styling your hair: you reach into your cabinet and there is only a drop left of [insert your favorite natural hair product here]. It has happened to me time and time again. In fact, one day my husband told me (in an exasperated tone), “Why don’t […]
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.
Best Deep Conditioners for Natural Hair will prevent breakage, dryness and more. Here’s a list of the ones you should own!
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.
It’s safe to say we all grew up using grease. Whether Dax, Royal Crown or Blue Magic, your mom slathered that stuff onto your scalp and pigtails after every wash. Now that you’ve gone back to wearing your natural texture, it’s suddenly the worst thing you could put on your hair. But is it really bad for your natural hair or is it all a bunch of fluff?
Think you’re stocked up on natural hair care products? Think again!