Apple cider vinegar is a fermented apple juice. It is gotten from crushed apples mixed with yeast and sugars. This fermented juice is credited with tons of medical and aesthetic benefits. This blog post is on apple cider vinegar benefits for natural hair and how to use it. Content of Apple cider vinegar The main … Continue reading Apple cider vinegar for healthy natural hair
Aloe vera is currently one of my favourite hair care products. I just love the fact that I don't need to wash it out of my hair and that it has so many benefits for natural hair asides sleeking it down. Aloe vera is a succulent plant with thick green leaves that store the gel … Continue reading How to use aloe vera for natural hair
If you have naturally curly, coily or kinky hair then there is every indication that if you leave your hair unattended to for a while it will become dry and probably end up brittle such that it breaks.
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.
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.
Honey is a staple in every kitchen as well as a lot of natural hair products. The use of honey for natural hair has been attributed to several properties like humectant and antioxidant properties. It is also quite a cheap product to incorporate into your hair regimen so in this blog post we will be … Continue reading Honey benefits for natural hair that you never knew
It is back to school season and it's time to plan your hair care regimen for school, hairstyles, and get supplies if you've run out. Healthy hair is a journey, not a destination so you will need to be on your game all year round. Generally, you should be able to follow your normal regimen … Continue reading 6 ways to have healthy hair in school
The key to hair care is consistency and balance and a good hair care regimen can help you with both. However, it's one thing to have a hair care regimen and another thing to stick to it. Luckily, I've got you covered on both ends. A regimen is an organized list of hair care processes you'll carry out on your hair and their timeline. It involves the activities to carry out daily up to those you'll carry out yearly. Some processes involved in a hair care regimen include; deep conditioning, shampoo washes, conditioner washes, hair rinses, LOC application, detangling, trimming, e.t.c. Get a free guide to creating a hair care regimen that you can actually stick to below.
Sesame seed oil is a highly beneficial oil for hair, skin and health over all. It has been said to improve heart health, oral health, boost metabolism and reduce the risk of cancer in people who habitually consume it.