When it comes to the maintenance of your hair, trimming is an essential part. Here are 3 easy at-home tips for a do-it-yourself trim recommended by natural hair stylists.
3 Stylist Recommended Ways To Trim Your Hair at Home
17 Time-Saving Winter Hair Care Tips
The Busy Girl’s Guide to 15 Time-Saving Winter Natural Hair Tips
10 Winter Hair Care Tips for All Hair Types
In the winter, its easy to experience dryness, breakage and more shedding than usually but with these 10 tweaks to your hair routine, you won’t have to worry about any of that… Read them here
7 Reasons Your Natural Hair Is Dry
If you have ever experienced dry and brittle hair, you are not alone. Its a very common hair issue, but with many causes. Here are seven different things that attribute to dry and brittle natural hair with possible solutions.
The Tell Tale Signs it’s Time for a Trim
Discover the signs of when it is time to trim your natural hair.
5 Ways To Treat Heat Damage in Natural Hair
Heat Damage Can Be Devastating… Although it can not be completely reversed here are 5 ways to treat and repair heat damaged natural hair.
7 Reasons Why Your Natural Hair Doesn’t Look Like Its Growing…
Sometimes it only seems like your natural hair has completely stopped growing. But the truth is kinky, coily and Afro-textured hair is the most fragile hair type of all, which also makes it the most easily susceptible to damage and breakage. Although individual hair strands are constantly continually in a growth cycle, there are some reasons why it may appear that your hair growth has been stunted or has completely ceased from growing, period.
Blow Out and Trim
Some naturals believe that you should only get a trim as need which can range from the typical 3-4 months to once every year or two years. At one time I believed this too. But I have since learned from this crucial mistake.