• Postpartum Shedding

    Postpartum Shedding

    Postpartum shedding is a natural phenomenon that women go through after giving birth. The decrease in pregnancy hormones causes a sudden reduction of nutrients in your body. The remaining nutrients are delivered to your essential organs like the heart, lungs and for milk production for nursing mothers. Your hair, skin and nails get any nutrients that are left over and haven’t been distributed to your vital organs. In order to ensure your hair, skin and nails aren’t neglected add these things to your daily routine: 

  • Finding The Best Protein Treatment For Your Hair

    Finding The Best Protein Treatment For Your Hair

    It's not always easy to find the right protein treatment for your hair. Many naturalistas find themselves on a never-ending quest, and that’s no fun! Protein treatments have many benefits for natural curly hair including: improving elasticity which helps reduce breakage; adding shine to dull locks; and even reducing frizziness. Your hair will have different needs depending on what you’ve exposed it to. Here are the best protein treatments for your hair needs. 

  • What’s Best for Your Hair? Moisturizing Oils or Sealing Oils

    What’s Best for Your Hair? Moisturizing Oils or Sealing Oils

    We've all been on the search for the "perfect" oil. The one that will add shine, moisture and control to our curls without making them limp or greasy. And while many of us have found what we think is our match, people often ask us what's the difference between moisturizing oils vs sealing oils? Do moisturizing oils actually moisturize? We're here to set the record straight!

  • curly hair, low porosity, tips, moisture, natural hair

    How to Increase Moisture in Low Porosity Hair

    For many black women, the texture of our natural curls are low porosity. This means that our hair has trouble holding moisture and it can lead to dryness and breakage. But there is a way around this for all three types of hair textures! Here's how you can increase hydration in your 


  • cowashing, natural hair, curly hair, black hair

    Cowashing Isn’t for Black Hair

    Cowashing, a new trend in hair care, is taking over as an alternative to washing your locks. However, cowashing isn’t for everyone. If you have afro textured hair (curly/kinky, type 3, type 4 hair) read this before you cowash your curls.

  • Natural Hair, Curly Hair, Split Ends, Knots,

    3 Ways To Stop Split Ends in Curly Hair

    Your hair is your glory and you want it to look its best! We all know the feeling of intense frustration when we see split ends and knots. They get so annoying that we feel the urge to rip them out, but you can stop them for good. All it takes are three simple steps: