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.
Deep conditioning is probably THE most important step in the hair care routine of us natural girls! Some even go as far as deep conditioning overnight, hoping it'll do the job better. But should you really be sleeping in your deep conditioner?
Whether you’re removing synthetic hair or removing a style done on your own hair, shed hair and tangles are inevitable. Finger detangling is the best way to feel for those tangles and remove the shed hair you’ve accumulated during all those weeks.
Heat styling can alter the structure of the proteins in the hair, which results in loss of curl integrity and cuticle damage. To restore those proteins in the hair, you will likely need a reconstructing treatment.
If you want healthy hair, regular trims are essential. No one is exempt from experiencing split ends and hair breakage. Normal wear and tear, exposure to the elements, and just hair getting old can all be rough on the ends of your hair since that is the older part of the hair strand.
Peppermint oil is amazing because it is very soothing. Peppermint oil is a derivative of the peppermint plant which is a cross between water mint and spearmint. Peppermint oil has many great benefits for the hair. Peppermint oil has been used for years as a hair treatment to help with dry scalp, hair loss, hair growth, and much more.
Have you ever felt like your hair natural hair wasn’t growing? It’s a common complaint among women with textured hair Well, the truth is, unless there’s some medical issue that prevents your follicles from producing new hair, your strands are always growing. So what’s going on?