Prevent brittle hair, flaking and breakage with this easy-to-follow recipe for making your own daily spritz to moisturize dry hair and scalp with rosewater or distilled water, aloe vera juice, oil and Honeyquat or glycerin.
When a natural hair wearer complains that her hair won’t hold moisture no matter what product she uses, it is apparent to me that she needs to stop spending money on products and instead take a look at what is going on with her hair.
All over the web Naturalistas have reported a noticeable reduction in dryness, split ends and hair loss by using the baggy method 1-2x per week. They’re thrilled that such a simple method of hair moisturization has allowed them to FINALLY retain length.
Trap moisture into your dry natural hair using a variation of the L.O.C. Method which I call the L.O.C.S. Method. Moisturize your hair with specific oils, sealants, and conditioners to end fairy knots, split ends and breakage which prevents length retention.
Mango butter and avocado whipped together create an easy to make, nutrient rich, moisturizing, non-oily cream. Lighter than shea butter, you can apply this mix daily to moisturize your dry scalp and dry, breaking natural hair during the hot summer months.
Is your hair feeling dry and crunchy after big chopping? Worried that frequent co-washing may be doing more harm than good? Treat your dry hair to an enriching avocado honey and oil mask and watch it spring back to life.
Properly moisturizing natural hair is one of the top problems that women have. Moisturizing natural hair can be easy with the proper combination of ingredients. Prevent dryness and breakage with a daily moisturizing spritz for your natural hair.
Calendula flower used in oils and creams is a wonderful treatment on the face and skin as well, and may help reduce and prevent wrinkles by stimulating collagen production in the body. It can be used as a natural moisturizer and is very soothing to irritated chapped and sun-damaged skin and dry hair. Calendula provides […]
If you have tightly coiled, curly or kinky Type 3 or Type 4 natural hair, keeping your hair moisturized can be challenging. Here are four leave-in conditioner recipes that help make your hair more manageable, soft and keep it moisturized.
Caught on an overnight trip with no moisturizing spray, I created a leave-in conditioner for natural hair from water and Aveeno Stress Relief Moisturizing Lotion that worked fabulously and protected my dry natural hair from moisture loss or breakage..