Hair porosity is your hair’s ability to absorb and hold water which is done through the cuticle, the outer layer of the hair shaft. While hair porosity is genetic, exposure to heat and other chemical processes can influence the porosity... Read more

If you’re new to the natural hair community or simply a naturalista who’s curious about her unique texture, identifying your hair type is an essential part of proper hair care. There is a spectrum of different hair types with attributes... Read more

When deciding to go with natural hair, you have two big choices ahead of you: the big chop or the transition. While the Big Chop method involves removing ALL of your chemically damaged hair, transitioning is a much longer process... Read more

From new naturalistas to seasoned veterans, growing out natural hair can be challenging! Among many things, we often don’t have the time to focus on our hair and what it needs. However, when creating a growth regimen, it’s important to... Read more

 Growing out natural hair is all about patience and care, but for many naturalistas, including myself, it seems as if our hair eventually reaches a growth plateau. At that point, we feel stuck at shoulder-length or bra-strap length for no... Read more

Eat Your Way To Beautiful Hair

Here are the Top 5 Nutrients to chow down on to regain Lustrous Locks: 1. Protein is essential for the health of your connective tissue, this includes the keratin in your hair! Without enough protein, your hair will grow more... Read more

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