Whether you hate shrinkage with all your might or you just want to show off more of your length, you may get the itch to stretch your kinks out at some point in your journey. Of course, using a blow dryer is probably the most convenient way to get it done. Read More
There were a flood of black dresses at the Golden Globes this year. Many celebrities joined the #timesup movement as a symbol to help protest sexual harassment in the industry. Read More
Do you have any hair goals for 2018? Maybe it's to stop putting heat on your hair, deep condition your hair more, or develop and stick to a healthy hair regimen. Read More
Hair is largely made up of a protein called keratin, and there are factors that contribute to protein loss that you may not be aware if. While it’s not hard to tell when your hair is thirsty, you may not be quite sure when your hair is in need of protein. To help you out, we’ve listed five reasons why you’ll need to include protein in your hair regimen. Read More
While Summer is the unofficial wash n go season, that doesn’t mean you can’t wear your popping curls in the winter. Protective styles are not the only option for your hair during the colder months. You can still wear a wash n go style this winter without compromising the health of your hair. If you don’t want to let this style go just yet, here are a few tips to keep your wash n go alive and well in the cold. Read More
Winter is here, and depending on where you live in the world, the temperatures are dropping pretty low these days. With the cold temps comes dry air and wind. These weather conditions create a whole new bag of issues for textured hair than the hot and sunny days of summer. Whether you plan to rock protective styles, straighten your hair, or keep wearing your ol ’ faithful twist out, here are some Mielle Organics products you’ll want to stock up on this Winter. Read More
Cold, dry air, leaves natural hair dry. Even the coats and hats that we wear to keep us warm can cause damage to our hair. With that being said here are 5 tips that will help you to avoid breakage and dryness during the winter.
When it comes to going natural, the first thought of many women is that they’ll need to chop off all of their hair in an effort to get back to the texture they were born with. The concern is that they won’t like the way they look with short hair. Or worse, OTHERS will not like it, especially family or significant others.
One of the most commonly asked questions when it comes to natural hair care is how to keep their hair moisturized. It makes sense because naturally textured hair tends to be dry. Keeping our hair moisturized is crucial for healthy hair. Some ladies even keep a spray bottle on hand so they can spritz their hair throughout the day. This may sound like a good idea, but it can you over-moisturize your hair? Read More
These days, the natural hair community in general throws around the term “hair type” a lot. Everybody’s asking everybody what their hair type is, especially their favorite hair influencers, in an effort to achieve the same amazing results they have gotten with their hair. But there’s a problem. The term, “hair type”, or the action of “hair typing” as we have been using it, refers only to one’s curl pattern.
Steaming is the process of using moist heat to open the hair follicles and pores of the scalp to allow better absorption of moisture. Our hair is constantly exposed to the elements and its potential for dryness and brittleness increase which leads to breakage. Read More
Transitioning to your natural texture will only be as hard as you make Yes, there’ll be learning and a trial and error process involved. But by keeping in mind that consistency is the key to your success, you’ll be on your way to a smooth transition. Read More