4 Hair Trends You've Got To Try Before Summer Ends
Before it's time to go back to school and return to your safe, everyday hustle and bustle hairstyle routine, try one of these popular trends.
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.
3 Insanely Easy Loc Tutorials
Franchesca, known to the YouTube world as Chescalocs, shows us 3 incredibly simple ways to have fun with your locs this summer.
This British Filmmaker is Changing the Meaning of 'Afro Hair'
"Overall I wanted to explore why Black and Mixed Race women who embrace their afro hair are required to adopt a mind-set that challenges the dominant perception of hair norms, beauty and professionalism," Zindzi, creator of UK mini documentary Hair Freedom.
Are Faux Locs Damaging Your Hair?
Is this hot style worth the beauty, or too damaging to take the plunge?
How to Read Your Hair Product Labels
Some people are product junkies. I call myself an ingredient junkie. Here are my 4 tips for deciphering popular ingredients on hair product labels.
Naturally Brighten & Condition Your Hair with Henna
Depending on how long you leave it, the ingredients you mix in, and the natural color of your hair, your color will range from deep orange to burgundy or coffee brown. It is almost like a natural cellophane.
New Zealand Wants Locals to Maintain "Personal Appearance", Installs Flat Irons In Public Restrooms
Montreal is embracing natural and loc'd hair... New Zealand, not so much. Here's what you missed.
Did You Know There's a Natural Hair Congress in Canada?
Inhairitance Curl Spa hosted its inaugural congress focusing on natural, curly, wavy, and locked hair on June 27 in Montreal, Canada! This is definitely a step forward.
This Weird Sponge Will Twist Your Hair For You
Now you can rock a twist-out without actually twisting your hair. Would you try this?
Question of the Day: What Is An Emollient?
Emollients are usually hydrophobic oils that form films on the surface of the hair to act as anti-humectants or sealers. Here's a comprehensive list.