’Tis the season to get out of your beauty rut and put some festive flair into your hair! These four cute hairstyles for all types of natural hair are sure to turn heads and take your look to the next level. Plus, these natural hair styles are quick and easy to achieve, so you can spend more time enjoying the season and less time fussing with your locks.
Baby, it’s cold outside! We’re all for chilling out in front of a cozy fire, but freezing weather can take a big toll on the health of your natural curly hair. (Not to mention what it does to your scalp — eek!) That’s why it’s so important to care for winter hair the right way, and it all starts with the right natural hair products. By making just three quick and easy changes to your daily hair routine, you can have an instant impact on dry hair and itchy scalp while also helping to create stronger, softer and healthier hair over time.
Why Hair Milk Curl Defining Butter is our Holiday Hero for Gorgeous Natural Curls Dec 11, 2018Curls just wanna have fun — but it can be so hard in the winter! Curly hair and curly hairstyles are especially prone to damage during the harsh, freezing weather. Plus it’s party season, so we’re already asking a lot of our hair. (Hello, holiday hairstyles!)
Summer Hair Styles | How To Care For Your Natural Locs in the Warmer Months Jul 27, 2018From goddess locs to crochet locs to faux locs, we love rocking our locs in the sunshine! But especially in the summer — when hair is exposed to UV rays, harsh AC, salt water and chlorine — It’s so important to make sure that your natural locs stay healthy and happy. Luckily, it’s easy to maintain their vibrance with the right hair care and styling products, including a gorgeous hair mask and seriously moisturizing deep conditioner.
by Fran, HeyFranHey.com
The key to healthy growth and minimized breakage is moisture. Our primary focus, as naturals, is figuring out the regimen that will allow us to properly apply and retain as much of it as possible. A lot of the beauty information on the internet can be pretty confusing when it comes to which oils to use on our coils and why.