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Tips for Short, Natural Hair

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Devri Velazquez Paville (YouTube: Paville Aldridge, Instagram: Pavilleis) shares tips on caring for type 4 TWA natural hair. 1. Why so complicated? Cutting your transitioning hair or doing a big chop is exciting, but don’t overdo it on the regimens, treatments, and methods. In the long run, you may cause more harm than good. 2. Learn your hair Whenever your…

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Lazy Naturals- Keep It Simple, Boo.

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by Toia B of Luvtobnatural.com In this week’s edition, I thought I’d pick up from where we left off last week. Shall we? This natural hair stuff doesn’t have to be as difficult or as confusing as some might make it out to be. One way to keep from pulling out your hair in frustration is to keep a simple…

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The Lazy Naturals Guide to Adding Moisture

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lazy, chunky twist-outs on dry hurr by TJ of IndigenousCurls.Blogspot.com  Hello! I am a lazy natural. I avoid styles that take long to install, I avoid tedious techniques. I use short cuts, and simple tricks to stretch the time in between wash days, and keep my tightly coiled curls happy. Here are just a few of my tricks for LAZY…

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Everything Ain’t for Everybody!

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by Toia B of LuvToBnatural …in my effort to get the point across, you will excuse the poor grammar in the title. LOL! I really could just stop at the title, but I feel the need to expound just a bit. Read On!>>> So, here’s the thing girls. Everyone’s hair is different. I’m not just speaking in terms of mere…

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Humectants, Weather and Hair Care Part 2

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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. Furthermore, specific ingredients like humectants…

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MINIMALISM: HOW TO SEE MORE HAIR GROWTH

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by KandyKurls The phrase “less is more” strongly applies to hair. Many of us are so focused on our vision of the “perfect hair” and the “perfect product” that we obsess over products and styles while our hair routine becomes convoluted—inhibiting length retention and hair growth. Read On!>>> Spending countless hours per week doing your hair and using products just…

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The Importance of a Consistent Hair Regimen

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by Toia B of Luvtobnatural.com We can spend a load on the latest thing to get THE perfect hair, but guess what? All those products, pills and hair potions can mean nothing if you lack consistency! Yep. Finding the right products for your hair is only half the battle. Once you’ve got that together, it’s a good idea to figure…

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Cutting Your Natural Hair- How Frequently?

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by Janelle Sands There is so much controversy surrounding the need to cut or not to cut. In my experience as a woman and my experience as a professional hairdresser, I believe the appropriate time to trim one’s hair is based on the individual. Some factors that affect the frequency of your trim include: 1. Your hair’s current state of health…

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Effective Strategies for Damaged Natural Hair

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glam idol Yolanda Renee! by Susan Walker of DrWalkerWellness If your hair has extensive damage then you’ll definitely want to implement some effective strategies to improve its health. Since there is no way to really permanently repair damaged areas, preventing further damage and addressing existing issues will enhance the look and condition of your hair. I’ve developed a simple 3-step…

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