Let’s be honest, natural hair products can be expensive. Especially if you decide to buy not only shampoo and conditioner but stylers as well. In this episode, we chat about inexpensive ways to try natural hair products.
Lots of people in the natural hair community complain about how they are not the best stylist, so instead they just throw their hair into a puff. Problem is, they have a major headache by the end of the day, if not a few hours into the day. So how do you create a puff on naturally curly hair without pain?
Hey Curlies, One of the ways those with curly hair cleanse their scalp is the idea of co-washing. Co-washing is using conditioner to cleanse your hair instead of shampoo. This way the hair isn’t stripped of its natural oils, but instead adds moisture to the hair. Many people who used the Curly Girl Method claim co-washing makes their hair feel…
Believe it or not, shopping for natural hair products doesn’t have to be expensive. Even without a sale, you can still find inexpensive curly hair products to make your hair look great.
Hey Curlies, I just realized that I do not have an “official” product review on one of my favorite products. I first introduced this product when I big chopped last year, but it wasn’t through enough. What it contains: Deionized Water , Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) , Cocos Nucifera Oil (Coconut) , Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil , Persea Gratissima Oil…
Hey Curlies, I actually found this shampoo on a product swap table when I attended National Natural Hair Meetup Day. I saw that it said the word “Biotin” so I knew that it was good stuff. What it claims to do: Invigorate the scalp and strengthen the hair shaft What it contains: Deionized Water, Biotin, Hydrolyzed Keratin, Peppermint Oil, Hydrolyzed Elastin, Niacin, Folic Acid,…
Detangling curly hair can be a breeze if you have the right tools and a little bit of patience. You’ll have to find out which tool is best for your hair type.
Does your hair seem to grow outward instead of downward? Ours too. Here’s the trick.
Instead of buying hair sprays, you can simply make your own depending on what your hair may need at the time.
My quick and easy method to stretching my mini twists or normal-sized two-strand twists.