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July 29, 2014

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July 24, 2014


Start with a basic regimen and if you have to add from there then go for it. 

Basic regimen: Cleanse, condition, moisturize and seal. This basic regimen is very similar to how you probably took care of your when it was relaxed (for those of you who had a relaxer)....

July 19, 2014

Have you tried the Healing Hair Butter? The Healing Hair Butter helps the hair retain moisture; it adds body and shine while keeping the hair soft and manageable. 

The ayurvedic and botanical blend of amla, hibiscus, brahmi, aloe vera, oat straw and horsetail helps re...

June 13, 2014

I have low porosity hair. It took me a while to figure this out. But after learning this, it helped me make significant changes to my regimen.

Here are a few tips that helped me:
Low porosity hair has tightly closed cuticles which makes it hard to condition or moisturi...

May 25, 2014

Tip 1: #detanglingtip If you have a thick texture or very coily hair, rinse your hair with water then apply your favorite deep conditioner. Cover with a plastic cap for at least 15 minutes. This step will make detangling a little bit easier. Make sure you start at the...

May 25, 2014

How to Trim Curly Natural Hair | Updated Routine

by Naptural85

May 23, 2014

Humectants and Anti-Humectants

Humectants -attract and bind moisture
Anti-humectants - seal/lock in moisture

Natural: glycerin, honey, algae extracts, kelp, lecithin, aloe vera
Commercial: panthenol, sodium pca, sorbitol, hydrolized proteins, glycols (i.e...

May 22, 2014

My Favorite Essential Oils are:
Eucalyptus is an anti-bacterial oil known for it's healing properties. Great essential oil to mix with a carrier oil like coconut or olive oil to make a vapor rub. When used in the hair care regimen, eucalyptus oil stimulates the scalp,...

May 21, 2014


If you're experiencing an excessive amount of shedding, you should first see your doctor just to rule out any illnesses.

If you're noticing that your hair is shedding a little bit more than normal (white bulbs at the end of strand) and that there are short choppy pie...

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