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Top 5 Essential Conditioners

IG @_booorges  by Mary Wolff Your curls need moisture to stay healthy. As curly girls, we are bombarded with new products almost every day it seems. How do you find the ones you might want to try? Listen to your fellow curlies, of course! I know everyone has their own hair care preferences because no two …

10 Holy Grail Natural Products Under $10

IG @_journeytowaistlength by Jascmeen Bush of Jascmeen.com A common misconception is that Naturals spend a lot of money on products. Some of us do, there’s no denying that, but on the flip side we have plenty of amazing and affordable options. Take notes newbies, stock up on these cheap grails before going for a splurge. …

5 Black Owned Natural Hair Brands to Try

@naturalbelle by Jascmeen of Jascmeen.com Let’s face it, even with our go-to’s and grails, we can’t help but to experiment with new lines and products. The Black haircare industry is a potentially $500 billion dollar industry, so why not put some of our own money back into our own community? Here are a few Black-owned …

Top Protein Conditioners for Your Natural Hair

source by Sabrina Perkins of SeriouslyNatural.org Our hair needs a balance of moisture and protein.  And achieving and maintaining the perfect balance can be quite challenging.   The best thing you can do is listen to your hair– if your hair is limp, mushy and overly moist it needs protein, and if it’s dry, hard, …

Did SheaMoisture Change Their Formula? (Updates)

**Updates** **Response from SheaMoisture after the jump** CN Says: CN commenter, Tinycurls, straight up #Matlocked the situation, so I headed over to BootsUK to check it out. I grabbed the only SheaMoisture product in my arsenal (Coconut Hibiscus Curl and Style Milk) and compared the ingredients on my bottle to the ingredients on the site …

The Best Natural Hair Products for Your Staple Styles

Photo Courtesy of Natalie Live   by Deidre Every naturalista knows that not every product is created equally when it comes to styling. Some products help achieve a smoother style while some provide a stronger hold than others. Using the wrong products to achieve a specific style can lead to unexpected results. A product may have …