Hair Care

My Go To Protective Style

  My favorite go to protective style is so simple: flat twist with bantu knots to make the ends curly. I included a picture below. I like this style because it can be worn anywhere and it’s easy to do. It takes less than an hour to do, and after a day of Chemistry and […]

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Hairfinity Hype: 7 Months Progress

“I’m hesitant to say that I have not received length because I have, but not as noticeable as I would have thought, or liked it to be. I also cannot say no because with my type 4 hair, shrinkage is real. But let this not discouraged you, I do believe Hairfinity does work. Patience is […]

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The Association Between Hair Relaxers and Fibroids

“There may be a link between hair relaxers to uterine fibroids, as well as early puberty in young girls. Scientists followed more than 23,000 pre-menopausal Black American women from 1997 to 2009 and found that the two- to three-times higher rate of fibroids among black women may be linked to chemical exposure through scalp lesions […]

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Hidden Naturals: Celebs Who You May Not Know Are Natural

Being natural does not always mean wearing your hair in its natural state, whether that’s curly, kinky or wavy. Protective styles work wonders for naturals who choose not expose their hair frequently or at all. Protective styles can include, braids, weaves or twists. In other words, styles that cover and protect your hair from the […]

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Fro vs. Foe: The Battle Between Hair and the Gym

The old myth of working out ruining your hair is just that, a myth, an idea of the past. Now that hair, especially natural hair is becoming a recurring theme in the realm of fitness. I love to workout. It takes the stress of the day away and it keeps me healthy, and my body […]

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Top Misconceptions About Natural Hair

I keep hearing misconceptions about natural hair and false beliefs about all of the new things one can do with natural hair – well I’m here to set the record straight! Here are 5 things that most naturals hear about natural hair:   – Natural Hair Is Stronger Than Processed Hair – Good Hair vs. […]

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Tips For Transitioners

Transitioning can be the hardest phase when going natural. Here are a few tips to keep you encouraged along your natural hair journey. – Line of Demarcation Definition – First Look At Your Natural Hair – Don’t Join The “Natural vs. Relaxer War” Train – Accepting Your Hair Pattern – There ARE An Abundance Of […]

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Should You Totally Ditch Shampoo?

  Constantly I hear the pros and cons of people raving about co-washing your hair vs. shampooing and conditioning your hair. In this article I will discuss the my point of view on co-washing your hair vs. shampooing your hair. Why I Support Shampooing Natural Hair   Some people only wash their scalp with shampoo […]

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Natural Hair Stylist: First Visit Tips

There comes a point in every natural’s journey where they must visit a salon. Some people choose a salon that offers Dominican Blowouts, some choose all natural salons that cater specifically to naturals, and some will only enter a salon just to get their ends trimmed. Whatever the reason may be, knowing what you want […]

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When To Apply A Protein Treatment

After countless sew-ins, u-part wigs, and hair color- one’s hair can become extremely damaged. Yes, these styles are looked upon as harmless Protective Styles, but are they really?  Related Post Is Natural Hair for Everyone? Time Stops for No Fro Meet The Interns: Kiana Ward

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