Tag: styling natural hair
What is the downright stupidest thing has someone said to you about your natural hair? We went out and asked that question in several natural hair groups and got some doozies. Feel free to share yours in the comments section below: Sherry: I had someone come up to me and say ….is that your hair? Like […]
If you spend any time at all in natural hair forums, you have heard mention of the Anthony Dickie method. His technique for cleansing and conditioning natural hair has been THE conversation, as hundreds of naturals try his techniques and rave about the difference in their curls.
Shee Be Kurlie Creme is reviewed. Marketing materials for the cream say you only need this one product to cleanse or condition your natural hair. Can that really be true? How will product junkies handle it?
Hair breakage and shedding is one of the most common problems faced by women trying to achieve length with their hair. You can stop hair breakage and shedding by taking good care of it. In this article we’ll go over some things you may be doing which are unintentionally damaging your hair.
Which is better for holding a style and conditioning natural hair – Omega 3 rich 100% natural flax seed gel or the favorite commercial gel of natural hair wearers Eco Styler gel?
Are you a natural hair product junkie by choice because you try every new product you hear about? Or are you a product junkie by chance because your hair hates everything you’ve tried?
The typical hair and hair follicles of those of African descent are tightly curled, thus producing hair that spirals. Black hair also typically has a larger diameter than Caucasian hair and retains less water, thus its relative “kinkiness.” The many styling methods utilized on Black hair cause concern with hair loss. Black hair is […]
Review of the QPuffband, a gentle styling aid perfect for natural hair puffs or other pulled back styles without using harsh rubber bands or headbands that cause breakage and damage to your beautiful natural hair.
Check out this very cute video by natural hair diva JazzyTe007 who shows how versatile locs can be.
THURSDAY, March 22 (HealthDay News) — Certain hairstyling practices can result in serious hair and scalp diseases for some black women, an expert warns. “Hair is an extremely important aspect of an African American woman’s appearance,” Dr. Diane Jackson-Richards, director of Henry Ford Hospital’s Multicultural Dermatology Clinic in Detroit, said in a hospital news release. […]