It doesn’t matter whether your festive work function is a couple of drinks down at the local drinking establishment, a full-blown three-course meal at a gourmet restaurant or a hired hall and a disco down the road, you still want to look your best. You’ve selected your dress, your little kitten heels are good to go, and you’ve decided on the palette for your makeup. Red, of course! Now, it’s time to decide how you’re going to wear your hair. You’re in the ultimate dilemma – up or down, wavy or straight, bangs or curls. Take a look at these ideas that will help you finalize your Christmas party look.
When products are being applied daily to the natural hair there is a high risk of product build-up on the scalp and natural hair shaft. The products that we use to moisturize, condition and style create these build-ups which later leave our hair looking dull, feeling weighed down and make it even harder to style.
This also prevents products from penetrating the hair cuticles and cause dryness which leads to hair breakage from product build-up.
Curl control, laid edges every naturalistas desire. While the edges might stand curly; there are a few products and hair care fixes that can address these issues and slick your edges in no time. I have 4b/4c, coarse textured hair. My edges are often times mischevious and tend to be more curly than straight. Keeping these edges done is an all-day fight with my hairline.
In a world where people are so obsessed with the way they look, where kids spend more time contouring than enjoying being young, it’s a huge surprise to think of how much we don’t look after ourselves. Take hair for example – we curl it, straighten it, relax it, bleach it, and get annoyed when it won’t do what we want it to do. Caring for your hair will enable you to do what you want to without it snapping, splitting and shedding.
Here comes the most tormenting issue which has taken the majority of men for granted. From college to the office, adolescence to puberty everyone seems to be a victim of hair fall. Whom should we blame for this, have you ever wondered? The divine Mother Nature is getting ruined by our creations; with the numbers of automobiles, exponential increase in the number of factories, it is not easy to overcome pollution nowadays. To strengthen the roots of our hair, we need to shave them sometimes. I would love to use a Foil Shaver to get that perfect shave. Let’s walk you through my observations and suggestions in this context, hope it helps!
Achieving a well-defined twist out is every naturals dream. The Camille Rose Naturals Almond Jai Twisting Butter was built with naturals in mind. Whether your hair is of low or high porosity you are more than likely to get that defined twist your hair desires.
After a freshly wash hair day when we opt for styles like flat twist, two strand or three strand twist, bantu knots. We expect our hair to leave us with a moisturized, defined, and bouncy curled style.
Choosing an entirely new hair shade is something that people do all the time, but it is a decision that you will want to think about carefully. Many of us know from experience how bad a colouring disaster can look! Essentially, you want to select a colour that is right for your skin tone.
You may be looking to have the job done professionally or you may be going for the DIY option. If you are going to try the latter, it is worth reading up on some more information about balayage, ombre and sombre hair colouring. So, here are a few tips for picking your new hair colour based on your skin tone.
I like to wash my hair on a regular basis preferably once a week. Whether I am embracing my natural hair or installed a protective style that might last me up to a week and/or month.
With my first time trying the Maple Holistics Tea Tree Oil Shampoo and Conditioner, my hair was in a protective style (braids). My scalp was itchy and needed immediate attention. After using these products from Maple Holistics I felt a feeling of relief. My scalp was feeling good, looking clean and fresh.