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I'm a Former Straight-Haired Natural: Now What?
I'm a Former Straight-Haired Natural: Now What?
Transitioning from heat tools in not easy.
5 Struggles Only Heat-Straightened Naturals Understand
5 Struggles Only Heat-Straightened Naturals Understand
As a natural who enjoys a good silky smooth blowout every so often, I have my fair share of triumphs--and tragedies--after each hair appointment.
Say "Goodbye" to Heat Damaged Curls and "Hello" to Curlformers by Hairflair!
Say "Goodbye" to Heat Damaged Curls and "Hello" to Curlformers by Hairflair!
GIVEAWAY: Win the new Curlformers Deluxe Pro Glam-Up Kit and SoftHood today!
THIS Is Why You Have Split Ends And Breakage
THIS Is Why You Have Split Ends And Breakage
Take a handful of hair and look at your ends. Are they frazzled?
4 Things You Should Do When Your Hair is High Porosity
4 Things You Should Do When Your Hair is High Porosity
When you have high porosity hair, you cannot solely rely on water for your moisturizing efforts.
How to Treat Your Damaged Hair Follicles
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
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
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
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
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
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.