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Q&A: Reducing the Stress of Wash Day

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Q: Nikki, I have such a hard time when I wash my hair. Sometimes it seems I do more harm than good, experiencing more breakage than I assume is considered normal. My favorite style is the wash and go so I’m constantly re-styling and re-wetting. Help!  CN: Here are three additions to my natural hair routine that have changed the…

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My Fall/Winter 2013 Natural Hair Regimen

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#ChunkyFlatTwistnIt #BobbinIt Keeping that shape tight with flexis!  I do my own cuts now with these joints.  Hola Chicas! So, my Fall/Winter 2013 routine is a 2011 throwback.  It’s pretty much identical, save for a few new products and techniques. The theme for this season… Functional Protection. Mainly because of time, but also because there’s the issue of the second…

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Wash and Gos for Winter

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by Evelyn Ngugi  Is the wash & go your staple style? Some people use the winter months to wear protective styles, shielding their curls and coils from harsh weather. We know that’s not a desirable route for everybody, and the wash and go will continue year-round. But how can you avoid leaving the warmth of your home to fare frozen…

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Caring for Natural Hair in College

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by KalaG Hey College Curlies! Feeling a little lost when it comes to caring for your hair now that you’ve moved out? Here are some simple tips you can try to find your curly way amongst your new world away from home. With these tips, you’ll be well on your way to being the campus Curly Ambassador. 1. Pick a…

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A Heat Styling Regimen for Natural Hair

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*With cooler months approaching, I thought I’d repost for those that want to switch things up!* by Alicia James of MsAliciaJames.com When I found Youtube I decided that I would NEVER use heat on my natural hair. I developed this big fear of damage and a whole lot of other things. Once I became a little more comfortable with my…

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