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How to Treat Your Damaged Hair Follicles
Even if you don't heat stretch your hair, is it possible to have damage deep in the follicles? We break it down for a community member.
How to Use Coconut Oil as Natural Sunscreen
Plus 3 more ways to protect your hair from sun damage.
How to Care for Your Hair After a Silk Press
Direct heat is drying to curly hair, so it's important to avoid further damage.
Why I Decided NOT to Cut My Heat Damage
I had popping curls, but all of that was destroyed after an unfortunate meeting with an extremely hot flat iron.
5 Hacks For A Successful Straightened Hairstyle
According to Studio Redd Salon owner and hairstylist, Tina Redd, “The only con to straightening natural curly hair is doing it incorrectly.”
New Research Confirms Why Black Women Are At Greater Risk For Pattern Baldness
Researchers from Johns Hopkins recently published findings from a review of 19 studies that concluded there being a strong association between how black women style their hair and hair loss.
Transitioning: Expectation Vs. Reality (Featuring Style Feen)
Hortencia recalls each pivotal moment in her natural hair journey from Day 1 to Year 1.
How to Survive Going Natural When You Have Damage
5 ways to get through the heat damage.
5 Ways I'm Surviving My No Heat Challenge
Here are five ways I have been surviving the No Heat 2016 challenge.
2 Easy Hacks to Make Your Heat Tools Last Longer
These tools can be expensive. Here's how to make them last.
Can I Have Heat Damage -- Even When I Barely Use Heat?
Our reader wants to know, "why do I have damaged hair when I hardly straighten it?"
Can You Wash & Go... When You're Heat Damaged?
Heat damaged hair is unfortunately one of a curly girl’s worst nightmares. The damage is irreversible and hard to work with.
5 Common Ingredients That Make Your Curls More Elastic
You need a hydrator, emollient, strengthening protein, and deep penetrating oil to get your curls back.
16 Things That Helped Me Grow Long & Healthy Hair
Often the issue isn't the hair growth from the scalp that makes length difficult to achieve, but preventing breakage from the ends.
How to Avoid a Condition Known as "Bubble Hair"
Heat damage can create "bubbles" in your hair that lead to breakage.
Why I'm Giving Up Heat for a Year
This is What You Need to Know About "Indirect Heat"
Our reader's on a no heat challenge, and she has a question about indirect heat.
"How Can I Get My Curly Hair Back?"
We hear this question a lot.
3 Steps to Avoid Heat Damage
Use heat responsibly.
Why I Stopped Straightening My Hair 4 Years Ago
Unlike makeup, straightening my hair didn't enhance my natural features. All it did was make me look like a different person...and stink up my house!
4 Things You Should Stop Doing to Your Hair Today
This will help you maintain moisture, reduce frizz, and retain length.
6 Types of Styling Products for Natural Hair
These are the ones you need to know.
Do You Have Any of These 5 Signs of Damage?
If it feels different, looks different, or your old products just aren’t doing the trick, you might damage.
Why Your Natural Hair is Damaged
You can only reduce the amount of damage your hair undergoes, not eliminate it.
This is Why Your Hair Won't Grow Past Your Shoulders
Hint: it's not about growth.
5 Natural Hair Taboos... That Some Curlies Love to Break
Some women love breaking all the rules.
5 Signs Your Hair Is Damaged - & What to Do About It
Bald patches, clumps of hair falling out, or thinning edges — these are easy to spot. But what about the other, less-obvious signs that your hair is in serious trouble?