As winter approaches, the harsh conditions make our hair more vulnerable to breakage and damage. In winter, hair loses a lot of moisture due to the drop in temperature outside, as well as the heaters we use inside our homes. This is why it’s important that during the colder months, you protect the hair by utilizing protective styles like box braids, two-strand twists, doeks, buns, wigs, and so on.
There are plenty of natural hairstyles you can try to keep your hair looking great, but achieving the perfect twist out is at the top of our list of preferred styles. It’s easy to achieve, easy to maintain and stretches the hair up to 75% of t’s original length - without using heat. Get the look in four simple steps.
Detangling is a process whereby you actively remove knots from your hair using your fingers/detangling tool. This is done to prevent a variety of nasties happenening to your hair 'like breakage and matting). Here' s how to do it:
Hair loss and breakage isn’t limited to adults. It could happen to to young children too. Here’s why your daughter might be experiencing hair loss and what to do about it.
There are two ways to go from relaxed hair to natural. The first option is to do a big chop, which is cutting off all your relaxed hair, leaving only your natural hair. The second way is called transitioning. This is a gradual process whereby you stop relaxing the hair and allow it to grow out. As it grows, you trim off the relaxed ends until all your hair is natural.