If you’re looking at trying mango butter for your natural hair, you’ve probably already tried shea butter and coconut oil. Most oils and butters have benefits for natural hair, but sometimes your hair prefers a specific ingredient over another. And this is where the experimenting comes in. It’s fun to choose and try different creams and butters on your hair,… View Post
This week my post will be a little bit different, because I want to show some blog LOVE. There have been very many natural hair Queens that I truly admire and feel deliver wonderful natural hair information. Blogs were my first source of healthy natural hair practices back in the day. With that said I would like to share a… View Post
Are you wondering about hair dye for natural hair and if you should try coloring your tresses? There’s probably one of two reasons you’re researching hair dye. Either you want to cover up your graying hairs, or you’re bored with your natural color. Coloring your hair is a beautiful way to express yourself and add an instant change to your… View Post
Here are a few updos I came across this week on Pinterest and will definitely be trying this holiday season. Enjoy!
Have you tried cocoa butter for natural hair yet? Women have been using it in their hair and skin beauty regimens for centuries. Introducing to your natural hair regimen can be complicated because it is a pure ingredient and the texture will probably be very hard when you take it out of the package. However, it’s an excellent idea to… View Post
Happy December! It’s that time of year when as naturals we want to do something different to our hair for the different events we’ll be attending from now until New Years Eve. Here are a few looks I found on Pinterest that range from simple to elaborate holiday looks. Enjoy!
It’s another week which means another hair type will be shown; I’m going to continue posting images of type 4 hair as promised so women can get a sense of their hair type. Last week was 4B now we have moved on to the hair type 4A images that I have found on Pinterest. Enjoy the long weekend! Source
If you live in a seasonal climate, you may be interested in knowing how to care for your natural hair in the winter. Nurturing your hair during this harsh time can make a big difference if you consider that cold weather lasts at least three months of the year. Some places even experience chilly weather for six months, meaning that… View Post
As promised I’m going to continue posting images of type 4 hair so women can get a sense of their hair type. Last week was 4C now we have moved on to the hair type 4B images that I have found on Pinterest. Enjoy!