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Caring for Your Natural Hair in Humidity

by Hadassah Agbaps of www.nappilynigeriangirl.blogspot.com As a natural based in Nigeria, I am constantly faced with sometimes unwanted natural phenomena such as: – frizziness – dryness – single stranded knots and splits – shrinkage Nigeria is an African country situated in the tropical belt. The weather is for the most part hot and humid and the sun …

Glycerin-Free Natural Hair Products for the Summer

From my Cape Town adventures… by Ashley Glenn Summer is here! It’s time to stow away our sweaters and boots and bring out the sundresses and flip-flops. And for some, it’s time to pack up products containing glycerin, due to the heat and humidity. Here are some Glycerin-Free Hair Products that can help you this …

Curly Hair Tips for Spring & Summer Humidity

from my South African adventures!   Tonya Mckay writes; As we move into spring and summer — our favorite seasons for fun outdoor activities — we face challenges with our curly hair that are unique to the climate and activities. There’s no denying that the change in seasons can be tough on our hair care …

Maintaining Straightened Natural Hair

by Alicia James of MsAliciaJames.com The truth is… fighting humidity is a pointless fight. When the moisture from the air hits your hair, the hair immediately starts to expand and shrink. Unfortunately, some more than others. I live in a climate that is very humid. As someone who uses heat regularly I have learned a …

Humectants, Weather and Hair Care: Part 1

A re-post for those confused about glycerin and humidity as spring approaches! by Susan Walker of Earthtone Naturals Changes in weather require modifications to your hair care regimen in order to keep you hair looking and feeling at its best. But how do you know what you should use and when? This article will serve as …

Mineral Oil for Reducing Frizz and Damage in Natural Hair

#BoutThatIslandLife by Ktani Curly hair, and African-American hair in particular, can be dry. Products aimed for the latter used to contain not only mineral oil, but petrolatum, lanolin and sometimes vegetable oils. Petrolatum is greasy and contains wax; lanolin is a greasy, sticky wax and both can be hard to remove from hair without clarifying. …

The Science of Frizz- Nature or Nurture?

from my Spanish adventures by Tonya Mckay Most curly-haired people have considerable personal experience with frizz. It is notorious for being an intruder on school picture days, job interviews, special occasions, outdoor events, and first dates. Its appearance can turn a good hair day into a ponytail day in a surprisingly short amount of time. …

Humectants, Weather and Hair Care Part 2

by Susan Walker of Earthtone Naturals As a review of last week’s post we found that the state of your hair relies on a few things, and a very important factor is moisture. Weather can strongly influence the condition of your hair with conditions of high moisture and low moisture having various effects on the hair. …