I felt like an ugly misfit with my poofy hair so I washed, brushed, blow dried and straightened my hair every single day for a year until I relaxed it.
ethyl cyanoacrylate, isopropyl myristate, and paraphenylenediamine all have been known to cause skin irritation, redness, and swelling.
Can I use a comb? Are braids bad? What will my mom say?
I think it's here to stay--for another year, at least, until we get bored again and decide to bring back Rushens from the 80s.
Any product that glides through my hair, kicking tangles and taking names is a winner. And the shine? Epic.
I'm sure you're no stranger to the saying, "Begin with the end in mind." That is the first thing you will absolutely need to do as a transitioner.
This protein treatment is unlike any you've tried before.
Instead of perusing the product labels for this ingredient, gelatin is a great go-to.
The ultimate multi-purpose beauty product. Castor oil pretty much does it all.
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So my hair is type 3b and a little damaged. what products should I use for my hair in the winter?
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