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10 Years Natural: Then vs. Now
10 years ago I was rocking weaves, braids, and wigs while damaging my hair by neglect.
Do You Really Need To Use a Finishing Hairspray?
A finishing hairspray is used to provide soft yet firm hold, as well as block humidity from entering the hair.
How to Build Your Best Natural Hair Regimen
Building a regimen does not have to be complicated, but it should address your individual hair care needs.
Wavy Hair Product Review: Ouidad Texture Taffy
Even though the texture off-putting, I found this product worked extremely well on my 2nd day hair.
3 Things I Want to See from the Curly Hair Industry in 2016
Give me these 3 things and you'll make me a loyal customer.
Natural Hair Products vs. Relaxed Hair Products: Can You Use Both?
Hint: it’s more about ingredients than packaging.
3 All-Natural (Firm Hold) Curl Styler Recipes
Are you ingredients-conscious and want a no-fuss natural styling product? Here is an organic mousse, serum, and hairspray recipe to recreate at home.
Can I Use A Gel While Transitioning to Natural?
Contrary to popular belief, not all gels are bad for natural and transitioning hair.
3 Easy Cocktails For 3 Common Curly Hairstyles
These are my go-to cocktails for a sleek bun, twist-out, and a defined wash-and-go.
Watch How I Co-Wash & Style My Fine, Curly Hair
This is how I co-wash and style my 3a curls to be clean, soft, and defined.
We Replaced Our Sea Salt Spray With "Sugar Mist"--Here's What Happened
We put a sugar mist to the test--was it as good as our sea salt spray?
How to Make Your Type 3b Wash & Go More Voluminous
This is not a roller set.
If the Words "Permanent Heat Damage" Scare You, Read This
This is what you need to do to avoid permanent damage.
A Shiny Twist Out with the Ultimate Eden BodyWorks Regimen
The right leave-in conditioner and styling product are essential to this look.
5 Best Frizz Fighters for Super Humid Climates
While big hair is popular in the South, the uncontrollable humidity can be a nightmare to deal with. This will combat your frizzy days.
8 Alcohol-Free Curl Definers
Don't dry out your hair in your quest for curl definition.
The 1 Thing You Should NOT Use on Your Locs
Honey, cement, chewing gum, candle wax, and toothpaste have been rumored to start locs. While this product is meant for hair, it may not be safe for locking and re-twisting.