If you are a natural like me then you would know that trying products to our hair is like a scientific experiment. Not every product will work for your hair type and porosity. If you are not aware of Queens on Purpose Coconut Hair Butter I’d like to tell you more about this product and where you can find it.
No one wants to walk around with damaged hair. We all like to change up our hairstyles which result in it showing damage at some point. Whether we like styling processes such as straighten, curl or perming the hair it becomes damaged over time, also harsh products easily damage curly hair. If you struggle with dry, damaged hair then here are a few tips that will revive the roots of damaged curly hair:
Wig technology has come a very long way since the heavy, synthetic wigs of our Mom’s and Grandmom’s. Back in the day, unfortunately, our only options for switching up our hairdo were those “everyone-can-tell-it’s-a-wig” but today, it’s possible to wear a completely different hairstyle every day of the week, and it looks like it’s growing out your scalp!
You’re probably wondering how this is possible— how on earth could a wig look that natural? Well, the answer lies in the newest member of the lace frontal family: the 360 lace wig.
After removing your perm rods or flexi-rods when achieving your natural hairstyle they tend to have product build-up left on them. These perm rods are covered with sticky gunk that might make them unusable for a second usage which makes them yucky and discolored. Don’t throw them out! They can be cleaned by using simple ingredients and following the easy steps below.
Your hair is a very delicate part of you that needs a lot of care and attention. Forget about the different ways you can style or colour your hair, your first thought should be on giving it the love it deserves. If you fail to look after your hair, that’s when you see problems like hair loss, weak hair, dandruff, and all kinds of other stuff too. So, if you’re interested in truly caring for your hair, then here’s the only advice you need…
(The Good & The Bad)
Most individuals with natural hair are aware that having natural hair can be both a good thing as well as a bad thing. It can be wonderful some days and it can be challenging other days.
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.
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.