Hands down one of the most frustrating battles naturals have with their hair is shrinkage. No matter how long your hair is, it always seems to magically shorten up when it dries. You take out the time to twist, define and ensure every curl is in place only for it to shrivel towards your scalp hiding all the length you’re worked so hard for.
Caring for your natural hair is personal. Your hair care routine can vary depending on your texture, where you live, the hair styles you wear, hair care techniques you use, and even the products you use. If you’re tired of the complicated hundred-step routines you’ve got options. Check out these multi use conditioners and reclaim your time on your next wash day.
Have you ever stared at your hair in frustration, wishing you could just make it grow longer and fuller? Or maybe you’ve started to notice thinning edges or even bald patches. It’s hard enough keeping our natural hair healthy as is, but when it starts to thin and fall out it’s very upsetting. Don't worry, there are things you can do to encourage hair growth and restore your hair back to its healthiest state!
When you're in a toxic relationship with your hair, you notice it's dry, brittle, breaking. It can be hella frustrating. It can leave you feeling overwhelmed like you hate your hair. It’s time to leave everything toxic and get into a healthy & loving relationship with your hair. Here's what to do for the red flags
Ever wondered if hair vitamins work or if it's all hype? Are they really worth it? With so much information it’s not easy cutting through the noise and getting to the truth. We’ve done the hard work and broken down the biggest questions and concerns about hair vitamins. Warning! Not all vitamins are created equal here’s how to find the right ones for you.
I once heard a woman say her husband was so insistent on her devoting time to herself it became part of their wedding vows. Why? Her husband understood that she can only be the best version of herself when she made time for herself.
The most selfless thing women can do it care for themselves first.