If a woman dyes her hair red blue or purple, but wears it in an afro or cornrows, can she still rightly proclaim that she has “natural hair?” Natural hair blogger Deborrah Cooper of YOURNATURALHAIR.COM weighs in on the argument.
Wonder what you can do to get rid of dandruff? Many new naturals, moving away from the Creamy Crack are frustrated and confused about the changes in their hair and scalp. Article suggests topical and nutritional treatment to get rid of dandruff.
Question: I wanted to get your opinion on something and ideas on how to handle these types of people. Just yesterday I had a couple of African American male coworkers laughingly tell me “Natural isn’t for everybody!” Some of my friends said I should tell them why their thinking is wrong. Others said I […]
Join us on Monday May 20th for a Q&A session on natural hair care. We’ll discuss best tips and techniques for conditioning, treating dryness and dandruff, and transitioning to natural hair from relaxers. Be sure to bring your questions!
Suffering from dry hair after a big chop, a reader writes to get help on modifying her routine. Suggestions are made to eliminate silicones contained in her shampoo, and to begin using 100% natural ingredients for conditioning like avocados and honey.
Threatening to put her hair in locs to alleviate the stress, a biracial reader writes to ask for style and hair care recommendations for a flaky scalp and dry biracial natural hair. Should she keep her hair loose or go for Marley Twists?
When hair suffers from breakage the problem is usually dry hair in need of moisture. Stop dry breaking hair in its tracks with these DIY at home dry hair conditioners and hair mask recipes made from 100% natural ingredients.
Frizz usually indicates improper sealing of the hair after shampooing. Moisturizing your hair is not enough, you must layer a protective coating on top of the moisturizer to lock moisture into dry hair to prevent dryness and breakage.
Natural women are going crazy planning what “protective styles” they will wear this winter. Slow your roll home girl. Grab a hat and call it a day. No need to worry about all that protective stuff.