Why You Need to Change Your Routine & Products Every Season

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by Sabrina of SeriouslyNatural.org

Establishing a routine is something that takes time, trial and error and patience. It’s probably one of the most personalized portion of your entire journey- finding exactly what works for your hair and what doesn’t.

But what many women don’t realize is that what works for your hair during one season may not work for the next. Changing your wash regimen for each season is important to ensure that your hair maintains its health and retains as much moisture as possible. So here’s what you need to know about changing your routine per season:


Top Tips for Lazy Naturals This Summer

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by Kayluh via SeriouslyNatural.org

We all have our days where doing our hair is either too much work or pointless. I can actually count on my two hands how many times I’ve actually worn my hair out this summer because, let’s face it, it’s too hot for all of that. Being a stay at home mom, I pretty much don’t have to do anything to my hair unless I plan on leaving the house, and even then I still don’t.

It’s horrible, I know. I’m just never in the mood for any of it. Washing? Detangling?? STYLING??? Like, ugh…


This is How to Keep Your Natural Hair Moisturized This Summer

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by Sabrina Perkins of Seriouslynatural.org

Summer is finally here! Goodbye to the big clunky coats and hello sundresses and crop tops. No matter what style they choose to rock, a major challenge that some naturals always seem to face during the hot and steamy summer months is keeping their hair hydrated. That's right, some naturals face hydration problems in the summer as much as they do in the winter!

But there are ways to incorporate moisture into any summer routine that will leave your strands hydrated and soft. Here are 5 ways to keep your hair hydrated this summer:


Becoming Best Friends With Humidity

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By Emilia Obiekea of AdoreBotanicals.com

The #1 problem in the natural hair community is combating dry hair. For our textured hair this is definitely an issue. Cold weather robs our strands of moisture. The spring and summer months we can turn it around. Humidity can over-saturate the hair with moisture. Then when it dissipates the hair is left feeling super brittle. When we talk about humidity it is usually brought up as a bad thing but it really isn't.


5 Summer Hairstyles You Should Consider

By Tiffani G. of MyMommyVents.com

Warm weather is on its way! It's time for barbecues, beaches, and bold summer styles. Pull those sundresses out and grab those cute wedges, girl. Your summer body may not be ready, but your hair will always be on point with these hot styles.

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Gabrielle Union's Ghana Braids Could Be The "It" Style For This Summer

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By Sabrina Perkins of SeriouslyNatural.org

Gabrielle Union is lovely, beautiful and a social media darling as she graciously shares her life with us in Instagram. Whether she's taking funny family pics or showing us how much she loves her hubby's hair, she's letting us know just what she's up to with that winning smile and cute dimples.

Her latest shots have been of her newest hairstyle that will be making a big splash this summer as the 'it' natural hairstyle for vacations and summer outings. Ghana braids are often called invisible cornrows or even banana braids, they are very similar to cornrows and an African braided style.

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