Category : Hair Care

by Staff - 2 months ago

The Difference Between Shedding And Breakage

Salt. Sugar. At first glance, these two substances look very similar. They're both white and crystalline. As children, many of us watched our mothers bake and were all too happy to dip a small finger into what we thought was spilled sugar on the coun...

by Staff - 2 months ago

The Inversion Method – Grow 1 Inch Of Hair In 7 Days!

Read All About It! TV & Computer Craze Is Giving Kids Cancer! Cops Probe Obama! Daily Pill To Cure Diabetes! Sensationalist headlines are very much part of our daily lives. An average day is so full of distractions, particularly online, that edit...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Can You Ever Be Too Old To Go Natural?

I recently saw a senior citizen sporting snow white Afro curls and thought ” Wow, she exudes class”. The flecks of light from the sun bounced off  her angel soft silken strands, giving the impression that her head was crowned in a radiant...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Postpartum Shedding – What To Expect For Baby And Mom

My son Jonross is almost 11 months old. It’s crazy how fast time flies because for me it was just yesterday I felt him trying break my rib cage and now he has his dad and I running all over the house removing small objects from his little fists...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Top 3 Sealing Oils For Relaxed Or Chemically Treated Hair

Oils, oh oils. How do we healthy hair care lovers love thee! Oils are a major part of any healthy hair care and especially for those us who have relaxed or chemically treated hair. Why you ask? Well, due to the dryness that comes with having chemical...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Do You Need To Prepoo If You Only Wash Your Hair Once A Month?

If you asked me that question and gave me only 2 seconds to answer it I would probably blurt out YES! After all I am a creature of habit and for me prepooing seems to be naturally the first step to any wash day especially since that is what I have pr...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Trust The Process Even When You Think It’s Not Working

We all need motivation sometimes so let me allow Napoleon Hill to tell you a story… An uncle of R.U. Darby was caught by the “gold fever” in the gold-rush days, and went west to “dig and grow rich.” He had never heard that more gold has been mi...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Would You Wear Kinky Hair Extensions?

I have used extensions off and on during my hair journey and I genuinely think that they are a valid way to protect your hair from the elements as you allow it to grow out underneath. Hey, we all know that ‘a good regimen’ without protect...

by Staff - 2 months ago

6 Ways To Deal With A Bad Hair Day Without Losing Your Cool

Step away from the scissors, step — away— from— the scissors! There is no way I can sit here in front of this laptop to write this post and not admit that my current situation is an epic bad hair day. I knew it would happen, sometim...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Pros And Cons Of Texlaxed Hair

Call me greedy, but when it comes to my hair I’ve always wanted the best of both worlds. There’s nothing better than hair versatility. I’ve been caught plenty of times lustfully salivating over perfectly defined coils in great styles that could just...

by Staff - 2 months ago

8 Tips To Shave Time Off Your Weekly Hair Regimen

We have been talking about saving time a lot lately and for me it is always at the forefront of my mind on just how I can be more efficient at getting everything done but still get the same excellent results for my hair. My weekly hair regimen could...

by Staff - 2 months ago

Natural Hair In The Caribbean: The Truth

Clothes check, shoes check, nails check, hair double check. Caribbean women take great pride in their appearance; we love to look good. We believe in rocking the latest trends, and personalizing the fiercest styles. We take it so seriously that we of...

by Staff - 2 months ago

3 Styles To Blend Your Hair Textures While Transitioning

A couple of months ago, we had head shots scheduled for work. I haven’t taken any professional photos since my junior year of college, so I was overdue for a new set. Even though it’d been a rainy, humid summer and I was almost 8 months post relaxer,...