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How to Diffuse Natural Hair Without Heat Damage

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 By Bri of Brirosecurly.com There are four major steps to diffuse natural hair flawlessly and efficiently every time. Let’s start with what a diffuser actually is. A diffuser is an attachment added to your blow dryer. Normally this attachment is circular or bowl shaped, with tips. With the diffuser being circular, the heat covers more head space, adds volume, and…

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Natural Hair Blow Out | Tips to Prevent Damage

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by Michelle Thames of HappilyEverNatural.com Looking for tips to protect your natural hair for your next blow out? Ready to flaunt straight or stretched hair for a few days? We are all scared of that those two little words…dun dun dun… Heat damage! There is good news, though. You can safely blow out your hair to prevent and minimize heat damage. Here…

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Top Method for Flat Ironing Natural Hair

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by Emilia Obiekea of AdoreBotanicals.com The biggest issues for naturals when flat ironing -Premature Reversion -Maintaining Moisture -Avoiding Heat Damage Maintaining my hair when I have flat ironed it used to be a losing task. I have found that moisturizing my hair starts before ever applying any direct heat. This is my go to process: Read On!>>>  Preparing the hair…

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A New Way to Blow Dry 4c Natural Hair!

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#Genius  Nappy Fu writes: “Sometimes a Natural likes to rock straight styles, better yet, semi straight styles. However, if your natural hair is kinky and coily this can be a challenge. Have you ever done a blow-out in which your hair looks like you didn’t just spend two hours blow drying section by section? Yes honey, been there done that….

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Heat Protectants- Silicones Are Our Friends

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by Sister Scientist  In my Fry Eggs, Not Your Hair experiment I demonstrate the effects of heat transfer on an egg to emphasize the importance of incorporating a heat protection product into your thermal styling regimen. If this demonstration does not convince you that heat damage is real, I really do not know what will. Heat softens the keratin in…

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