I hate hair tangles. You hate hair tangles. Everyone hates hair tangles! But hair tangles are a natural occurrence in curly hair, aka natural hair. The natural tendencies to remove hair tangles are to either comb through it, or brush through it. This is all well and dandy if you
One of the best product for deep conditioning for maximum moisture, hands down, in my opinion, is the Hair Thermal Treatment Cap.
Now, in the beginning of my natural hair journey I was a hair product junkie...seriously... I was a student and, like most students, I was broke, but somehow I had
Yes, yes, yes - your natural hair can survive winter, and without being wrapped under a protective styling.
I have been a natural for some couple of years now, and I live in London. In these years, I have the great privilege to see the blossom of natural hair women walking
Peppermint oil has been used in so many ways - from chewing gum to cold remedies. But we naturals know it is also good for our natural hair. Not only do I love the menthol effect on my scalp, I also love how easily accessible it is in the UK.
Why is my natural hair not growing?!! That is a common question and cry for most naturals. The reason might be attributed to many possibilities BUT if you are doing the following five below then you should be seeing some growth. These are the 5 main reasons why your natural hair
For those who want to forgo the Big Chop and would rather transition into their natural hair, it does seem quite alien to have two completely different textures to work with. The only time that relaxed hair would remotely have a different texture is the ‘regrowth’ stage and this is
Unless you’ve been living under the proverbial rock, you’ve probably noticed that the natural hair movement has been gaining more and more traction in the UK over the past few years. Now documentaries and short films are being created to discuss the impact of natural hair movement on the lives
This is the seventh part in a series that aims to help you understand your hair more deeply and completely in order to aid you when shopping for and seeking out products, tools and process to take care of your hair. This part will address how to take care of
As the last of the summer heat begins to be replaced by that cold, drying air; it’s time to consider mixing things up a bit. The light, care free styles are long past, and the ends need to be tucked away and certain products swapped out. It’s a slow process
Now before you clutch your pearls, heat is not all bad. When used in moderation and the correct steps in place, it can do wonders in producing shiny, moisturised hair! Even the thickness of your hair strands play a part. Please note when I say heat, I don’t mean direct