Regimen

Tips on How to Blow Dry/ Heat style your Natural Hair using the tension method to avoid Heat Damage

I love the diversity in the natural hair community, ranging from hair thickness, hair porosity, hair density, curl pattern, texture, sebum level and perhaps many other traits. People with less dense, high porosity, looser and finer texture would most likely not need to use heat to achieve stretched hair. Continue reading “Tips on How to Blow Dry/ Heat style your Natural Hair using the tension method to avoid Heat Damage”

Hair Journey Stories

Goodbye to the sizzle

My hair journey started right before I joined High School. The primary school I attended didn’t allow us to grow our hair, so I started growing it during the vacation in preparation for high school. In my first year of High School, besides praying for my hair to grow so that I could hold a puff, my hair care involved plaiting ‘tuts’ (about twelve three strand plaits) with my own hair every night and I would take them out in the morning. The routine also involved oiling my hair sometimes. Continue reading “Goodbye to the sizzle”