Ineffective Ways to Moisturize Your Hair

One of the major components of maintaining healthy hair is moisturizing. This is also a challenge among naturals. If it seems that no matter how much water and hair products your hair is still hard, dry, and brittle, perhaps you are ineffectively moisturizing your hair. Here are the common mistakes and some tips to bring your curls and kinks to life. 1. Moisturizing dirty hair that has product buildup When your hair has product buildup, this means all the styling products and gels are … [Read more...]

7 Ingredients You Want to Add to Your Conditioner!

Get the MOST out of your conditioner by simply adding any of these ingredients for healthier hair. Coconut Milk Great for moisture and hair growth. Greek Yogurt To strengthen, moisturize and reduce frizzy hair. Honey For shine, moisture and damage control. Aloe For Strength and shine Mayonnaise For intense conditioning and repair. Lemon Juice To close the hair shaft and add shine. Oils Olive, coconut and Jojoba to strengthen and moisturize. … [Read more...]

How to Get the Softest Natural Hair Ever

  I recently modified my hair care regimen and the results blew my mind. There was an incredible softness to my hair that I had never really experienced. My hair is not usually soft at all. So you understand my delight. And all from adding in one, relatively inexpensive products. And what was it? Glycerin. Given all of the rules, regulations and restrictions of natural hair care, if you’re one of those women who has been taught and believes that glycerin dries out … [Read more...]


Hair porosity does not get the same attention as hair length or curl pattern but it is essential to truly understand your texture. Porosity is your hair’s ability to absorb and retain moisture, oils, or chemicals like color. Low, medium, and high are different degrees of porosity. Due to damaging habits such as mechanical manipulation and color treatment, many naturals suffer with high porosity hair. Why porosity matters Low Porosity – the hair cuticles are tight and very resistant to … [Read more...]