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- last post on May 22, 2013 by melaniey.jar
- hello my name is melanie im 13 years old and im latino mixed with diffrent cultures and my hairs brunette short ...
- last post on May 20, 2013 by Bubblycurls96
- My name is Malissa and im 17. I have hair type 3B and i really want to grow it out. But im having huge trouble with it! im trying to stop using my flat iron, but i dont know what products to use to help the growing process and to make my hair look good.
- last post on May 14, 2013 by Lanaj012
- Hello everyone. My name is Alana Smith and I'm an undergraduate at Florida A&M University. Last Relaxer:12/17/13
- last post on May 12, 2013 by Meeah10
- Why am I'm transitioning? The reason why i chose to start this new hair journey of transitioning is different than most....i got my first relaxer when i was twelve. That is when i wanted my hair to be straight like most of the other girls my age. I had very thick hair and it was a very good length also. I was ready for a change and my mama wanted my hair to be more manageble so that is why i started to get relaxers. I never really had complaints about relaxers other than awful burning pains during the process and the scalp burns left afterwards. It was all worth it in the end when my hair was looking nice....I went all the way through high school and part of college getting relaxers consistently. During my freshman year of college I started see changes in my hair and scalp. I always had a dry itchy scalp but it got drastically worse. I had uncontrollable dry skin every day and my hair was breaking off and became thinner than usual. My mama decided to take me to a dermatologist to see what was going on and that is when i found out i had a scalp condition called seborrheic dermatitis. It is when you have very dry skin and it can cause hair loss if it is not treated properly. So i ws given medicine for my scalp and he suggested that i stop getting relaxers. i took his advice very seriously at first but eventually after a few months i started back getting relaxers because i couldnt handle it. Now that I'm twenty I finally got my hair back thick and healthy, and i dont have to put the medicine for my scalp as often. I just use medicated shampoo every once in a while. Im trying to get my hair completely back on track and its been going well so far. I decided to try transitioning to natural hair again and I love how my natural hair feels and im not finding the transitioning phase bad at all so far. I've been transitioning for 5 months now! :)
- last post on May 9, 2013 by mixxxedbeauty
- My name is Des and my blog is basically going to be about my journey to get my hair back to it's natural stat and not burnt and nappy/coarse.
- last post on May 7, 2013 by krazycurls101
- Well my hair is very very thick but it's not knotty it's curly but I have heat damage cause I wanted straight hair but I noticed that, that that the time I washed my hair and let it air dry it was still straight>
- last post on Apr 30, 2013 by jess_like_wahh
- i started my hair journey about a year ago but started to cheat by putting heat on my hair again ......but now i have officially started my hair journey and i am hoping to get my hair to my mid back by august 27th 2013 :)
- last post on Apr 12, 2013 by stardust7931
- I've chemically straightened my hair since middle school. I'm now 33 and have two little ones and have decided to stop and grow out my natural hair. I'm going all natural on my daughter's hair, I realize I also need to do the same.
- last post on Apr 4, 2013 by Queenxa
- my names Alanta, and my new years resolution was to get beautiful long hair! so i gave up heat and cuts. i started at the begging of 2013. i have type 3b hair and its about bra length. Im hoping to get between waist-hips by the end of summer 2013. xoxoxo
- last post on Apr 2, 2013 by ceyasea
- My name is Ceya (or Janey if you wish) I'm 23, and on the second year of my natural hair journey.
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Moisture Retention Shampoo cleanses, softens, moisturizes and helps repair damaged, over-processed hair; sulfate-free. Winner of an Allure Best of Beauty Award 2011
Restorative Conditioner moisturizes and helps restore dry, damaged, over-processed hair. May be used as a leave-in or rinse out conditioner. Winner of a Natural Health Beauty Award 2011
Reconstructive Elixir is a natural oil-based treatment intensely hydrates and repairs hair and scalp while adding sheen; acts as a sealant to lock moisture into hair
Deep Treatment Masque deeply nourishes moisturizes and rejuvenates hair and scalp. May also be used as a leave-in treatment or styling cream