I recently cut my hair after 3 beautiful years of growing it. My hair was in terrible shape after my traditional wedding because of a product I used. I am currently going through what I call big chop 2.0. Continue reading “Hair Treatment and Products for Stronger and Healthier Natural Hair while Achieving Soft and Manageable Hair.”
Protective styling for hair growth
This is a practice that I have done for years though not properly, long before I knew of the benefits of protective styling. Most of us within the natural hair community know protective styling to be done using hair extensions only (braids, twists, wigs, weaves etc.). However, you may protective style your hair without adding any extensions. Continue reading “Protective styling to retain length for longer natural hair”
Dandruff! Let’s talk about that itchy scalp
About 50% of people struggle with dandruff so there’s nothing to be ashamed of. It is also the most commercially exploited skin disease/ disorder by personal care industries (Ranganathan S, 2010). Continue reading “3 Home Remedies to Naturally get Rid of Dandruff”
What is a hot oil treatment?
This treatment prevents dry, brittle hair and split ends while strengthening and moisturizing your hair strands. The process involves applying warm oil to hair and scalp. Both wet and dry hair can benefit from this treatment. I have recently discovered that doing this treatment after washing and conditioning your hair is most effective as hair is wet.
After my last post I thought critically about the readers on my blog and my role as an influencer. Due to the very diverse nature of my readers. I felt the need to address a few concerns of mine. The misconception of “one size fits all” is tragic. It was after this realisation that I decided to speak about the issue of all textures matter (say no to 4c self hate).
This is part 1 of the curls series. This series will be exploring the different methods used to define curls.
I have not always worn my hair in a curly style and I have received a couple of comments discouraging me from wearing my hair like this because it appears “unkempt” to some. I have also been asked a few times to comb out the curls because they were seen as shabby in conservative communities. But I have learnt to embrace my curls.
After the blog post on How to make your own hair moisturizer, most people wanted to know how to retain this moisture.
I struggled with this concept in the past and suffered breakage i.e. leading to slow growth and dryness. As a result of dryness, my hair was also unmanageable. It was a nightmare having to comb/ style my hair in the morning especially since I was always in a hurry and I would recklessly comb through. Continue reading “How to retain moisture”