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Sulfate-Free Shampoos

7 Great Sulfate-Free Shampoos for Your Naturally Curly Hair

IG @bonzaimai #NaturallyGlam #CelebrateNaturals 7 (PLUS 1) Great Sulfate-Free Shampoos for Your Naturally Curly Hair by Jacqueline Samarroo There are plenty of ways to care for your curls, coils, and kinks to keep them looking luscious, strong, and healthy. One thing that’s often recommended is to use sulfate-free shampoos as part of your natural hair …

Does Clay Washing Actually Clean Hair?

via BeautyBrains Joneen asks: I have a question about rhassoul clay. I’ve heard great things about using it as a shampoo. My concern, though, is mineral buildup. This is one of the results of hard water that has a negative impact on hair, and something I am currently experiencing and want to avoid in the …

5 Shampoos To Try For Your Natural Hair

by Jensine from Jungle Naps A good clarifying/moisturizing shampoo can do wonders for your natural hair and scalp. For those of us that don’t stick to strictly cowashing, the quest for a holy grail shampoo can sometimes be quite frustrating. These five shampoos are definitely worth a try if you’re on the hunt for a …

All About the Curly Girl Method

PHOTO COURTESY OF SHINESTRUCK by Raquel Aguiar The Curly Girl Method, otherwise known as CG Method, was developed from Curly Girl: The Handbook, a book written by Lorraine Massey and Deborah Chiel which helps people embrace their natural hair texture. With that objective in mind, Massey described a new and revolutionary routine to get healthy, …

Do Mild Cleansers Get Your Natural Hair Clean?

 glam idol, Quisha! via The Beauty Brains Are baking soda and Apple Cider Vinegar really the best for cleansing your natural hair? Find out below! Read On!>>> Are you familiar with “The Natural Haven” blog? The name sounds like it’s about natural products but it’s really about the the science of natural hair, in other …

Bentonite Clay Cleanse for Natural Hair- Homemade Products!

by Devri Velazquez Bentonite clay, an impure mud discovered in Rock River, Wyoming, was once thought to have healing powers. In addition to medicinal purposes, this mud attracts impurities like toxins, bacteria, and viruses, and draws them out of hair. For CurlyNikki’s experiences with bentonite clay, click HERE. Blogger HippieChicChick shared her recipe for a …