Moisture to the Max! 3 Routines for Seriously Hydrated Hair​.


by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com

As the seasons change, so does our hair. Drier air and bitter winds can wreak havoc on our fragile strands, leaving curls dull, limp, and dry.

You've tried gels, conditioners, and almost everything on the beauty supply shelves, but nothing seems to work. Three different methods promise shinier, bouncier, moisture rich hair--but which is right for you?

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5 Ways to Get Fall Ready Hair

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by Tiffani Greenaway of MyMommyVents.com

Fall is finally here!

It's time to put away our maxi dresses and pull out those tall boots and chunky sweaters. Crisp weather and pumpkin spice lattes aren't the only gifts of the season, though. If your curls are already drier than the autumn leaves, here are 5 ways to prepare your hair for colder weather.

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How I Achieved Long and Healthy Type 4 Natural Hair


Zara writes:

Hi!  I just wanted to share my 7 Do's for growing and retaining natural hair! I've used these practices to grow my hair long, thick, and healthy. They are my type 4 staples but they work very well for all hair types.

I hope you enjoy!

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THIS May Be The Reason Your Hair is Dry All The Time!

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by Ariane of Blacknaps.org

Sometimes in efforts to moisturize our hair, we over do it. We end up doing more harm than good. We end up creating a bad product buildup situation.

Product buildup will do the opposite of what you are hoping to achieve.

  • It will often leave your scalp feeling itchy and irritated.
  • Moisture that you try to put in will get blocked by the layers of buildup that you have created.
  • Although your hair may feel greasy you will also feel like it is dry no matter what you do.

Follow these tips to avoid product buildup and effectively infuse your hair with moisture:

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10 Things Every Natural Hair Girl Needs!

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by Michelle Thames of Happilyevernatural.com

Are you newly natural, a veteran in the game, or thinking about going natural soon? Well this list is for everyone! I was sitting at home one day and I thought to myself, wow, what would I do without certain products that I use for my natural hair?! I would probably be lost without some of my favorite and must have items, so I compiled a list of what I think every natural hair girl needs!

How Often Should You Wash Your Natural Hair?

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by Sointocurls via BlackNaps.org

Sometimes we end up limiting how often we wash our hair thinking that it will prevent dryness when we should actually be washing more frequently than we do. The signs that our hair is dying for a wash are not always so obvious, especially for the natural newbie.

How often natural hair needs to be washed varies from person to person. It depends on these factors:

-The amount of oil your scalp produces
-Your hair density and texture
-Hair porosity
-The styles you like to wear
-The length of your hair (shorter hair is no doubt easier to wash more frequently)
-The amount of hair products that you use and the way that your hair reacts to products (if you use lots of styling products you will definitely need to wash your hair more frequently than someone who uses hair styling products minimally).

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