The truth is natural hair needs a hair care regiment that introduces moisture throughout and retains moisture. Every product and technique should do one of two things: add moisture to your natural hair or retain/seal in moisture.
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When it comes to your natural hair journey, staying on the right path to healthy hair can be discouraging at times, especially when there are no goals or plans set in place. Setting realistic goals, both for your hair and for life, and sticking to them is a surefire way to stay on track and see results. It’ll also ensure that your natural hair journey is one that is pleasurable to help you stay the course and be encouraged by your own progress. Tired of going through the motions with your hair? Check out these tips on how to set successful natural hair goals for the new year that will help you see results:
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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.
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Hair growth, or more accurately, the lack thereof, seems to be the top concern of naturals, especially those who are newer to the journey. All over social media, women are inquiring about the regimens and product stashes of those with longer lengths. I’ve learned, however, that the key is not achieving length, but health first. […]
Knowing your hair porosity is one of the most important things you need to know in order to properly care for it. Sister Scientist makes it simple for you to determine and gives tips on how to treat your hair’s porosity.