The underlying issue with transitioning your hair is that you get to handle two hair textures at once, for some people this is the most frustrating season of their natural hair journey but it doesn't have to be that way.
Transitioning is a process of growing out your natural hair whilst keeping your relaxed ends, this will result in you having to deal with two textures at the same time and that's where it may get tricky.
Hey guys! School will be resuming soon and it's time to plan your hair care regimen for school, hair styles and get supplies if you've run out. Generally, you should be able to follow your normal regimen at home but university can get stressful and you may find it hard to keep up especially if … Continue reading 6 ways to have healthy hair in school
For you to know how to care for your hair there is an important thing you need to know that will inform how you will care for your hair and that is your hair porosity.
A big chop is basically cutting all the relaxed hair off, the reason for the 'big' is because most times after people big chop they are left with a TWA and have to start grooming their hair anew.
It is not news that a lot of Africans are ditching chemically straightened hair to embrace their natural hair texture but a lot of people don't really know how to go about it.
One of the most important things to know to be able to take care of your hair optimally is your hair porosity. Understanding hair porosity is the key to soft, moisturized hair.
Hey guys! It's no news that African hair is blessed with a lot of volume and beautiful curls but as it gets down curls become coils and as it goes up it becomes waves. I am interested in the curls and coils so that will restrict me to the hair types 3 and 4. https://youtu.be/2tUGU0UXFqI … Continue reading What is your hair type?
I finally took time out to organise my new hair regimen according to what I think my hair needs.
Shrunken hair is what makes our african hair African, if your hair doesn't shrink how will you get an afro?