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How to Moisturize Your Hair When You Have High Shrinkage
How to Moisturize Your Hair When You Have High Shrinkage
Many naturally curlies swear by moisturizing their hair regularly. But is this a good idea when you have high shrinkage?
Benefits of Hyaluronic Acid for Skin and Hair
This Life Coach Wants To Put An End To Natural Beauty's "Skewed" Image
This Life Coach Wants To Put An End To Natural Beauty's "Skewed" Image
Najami Lezama created a virtual roadmap to help you build your natural hair child's self-confidence, among other helpful tools.
Is Hemp Oil Good for My Hair?
Is Hemp Oil Good for My Hair?
The beauty industry is seeing a surge in products adding hemp seed oil to their formulas - but is it good for you?
Why You Should Switch Your Morning Coffee for Yerba Mate
The Ancient Benefits of Ginseng Leaf Extract for Your Hair
The Ancient Benefits of Ginseng Leaf Extract for Your Hair
The benefits of ginseng were first documented in China in around 220 AD, and today we still use it on our hair.
2 Easy Ultra-Moisturizing Oatmeal Hair Mask Recipes
2 Easy Ultra-Moisturizing Oatmeal Hair Mask Recipes
Oatmeal is one of the cheapest DIY ingredients you can find - but how do you actually put it on your hair? (Here are 2 easy ways).
The Benefits of Chlorophyll for Your Hair & Body
The Benefits of Chlorophyll for Your Hair & Body
Not only does it help plants stay healthy, but it has plenty of health and beauty benefits for us as well.
How Frizz Happens (And the Natural Ingredients That Smooth It)
How Frizz Happens (And the Natural Ingredients That Smooth It)
These ingredients are found in nature and will coat a coarse, frizzy hair strand effectively.
The Hair Growth Diet
The Hair Growth Diet
Healthy hair starts with what you eat. These foods will stimulate blood circulation in your scalp and safely dilate blood vessels.
This Is the Key to Using Baking Soda to Clarify
This Is the Key to Using Baking Soda to Clarify
If you’ve been natural long enough, you've seen a product or ingredient being praised--and vilified. Enter: baking soda.