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4 Do’s for thick, coarse and dense natural hair

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Natural hair like so many other things comes in different textures and dimensions and so when you have thick, coarse and dense natural hair you know you might have to spend more time being careful with your strands detangling and styling. The most important thing you can do for yourself if you have a lot of hair on your head is to realize the true nature of your hair and employ best practices when handling your hair. These are some things you can do to make your hair care routine work for you. 1.  Be extra careful when detangling your thick mane to prevent breakages 2. Use heavy sealants...[Read more]

3 Easy Tips to Grow and Maintain your natural hair length

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F or years you have treated your hair the same way and expect to get better results. You wash it once in a blue moon, you sleep on it bare, you hate to trim so you don’t lose the length you’ve achieved or you barely spend the time to give your hair some tender loving care. So when you’re made to believe that our hair cannot grow past a certain length, you believe it. It seems so true but all you’ve done is manipulate your hair into stuntedness. So to make them liars you extend it with braids or you add a wig or you even process it. The real truth is that many naturals have...[Read more]

5 absolutely important hair care facts about natural African hair

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In order to maintain your natural African hair, there are some important facts to know.  Its no use spending a fortune on hair products if you end of using the wrong products or apply them incorrectly.  Read the list below and use it to learn more about your hair. 1. Black hair is extremely fragile Contrary to popular belief (you will be surprised how many people still don’t know) our natural hair is very fragile and so gentle treatment is required to avoid unnecessary breakage and hair loss. Therefore, always use a wide tooth comb or pick when combing the hair.  Better still, your...[Read more]

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