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The Top 10 (Fixable) Things That Damage Natural Hair

Photo by Davi Moreira on Unsplash The Top 10 (Fixable) Things That Damage Natural Hair By Jacqueline Samaroo   Natural hair care can often seem like rocket science! You have to keep in mind: Your hair type and how best to cater to it. Ingredients to seek out in natural hair products. Natural hair product …

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Natural Hair Care: 11 Tips to Regrow Your Hairline

Photo by Andre Adjahoe on Unsplash Natural Hair Care: 11 Tips to Regrow Your Hairline By Jacqueline Samaroo We tend to put a lot of effort into perfectly styling those cute baby hairs at our hairline. Getting them to lay just right is kind of a natural hair art form. That’s why a hairline that …

Natural Hair Care Ingredients to Avoid

Photo Source by Mary Wolff When it comes to natural hair care, there are tons of products on the market claiming to cater to the unique needs of curlies. While the curly hair community has grown into a global enterprise with specialized hair care products to fit every need, there are still some curly hair …

Here’s How To Stop Split Ends

by Mary Wolff You want your hair to be healthy and beautiful all the time. So, when spilt ends happen, it can be a real pain. Split ends make your hair look unhealthy and downright uncared for in a way no curly girl ever wants for their tresses. Here are a few of my favorite …

5 Tips For A Good Hair Day Every Day

by Mary Wolff A good hair day can make any day seem better. If you have ever experienced a truly heinous hair day, you know this is true. When your hair looks and feels great, you feel confident and ready to take on the day. To make sure you rock your curls with confidence on …

Becoming Best Friends With Humidity

IG: Stephonsamuel 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 …