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    These days, many women seem obsessed with laying down their baby hairs, understandably so. Maybe we can thank Hollywood stars for that or maybe it's because our moms always used to do it for us. Who knows? There are so many chemicals in many edge control gels that do damage to your hair, so, if you're looking for nourishing ingredients that help you look fabulous while also being wholesome, it might be time to start making your own edge control recipes for your beautiful curly hair. 

    Curly hair is naturally beautiful and vibrant. Still, sometimes you want to switch up your style. Adding a pop of color is a great way to make a bold change. Unfortunately, adding moisture-zapping color to curls that already have a tendency to be dry can be intimidating. If you have curly or coily hair, you probably already go to great lengths to keep your tresses properly moisturized. Dyeing your hair could leave you with dried out or fried, unhealthy looking hair.

    This year has been a difficult one for so many. It has been disheartening and has everyone searching for small moments of normalcy, satisfaction and happiness. RevAir understands that by no means does a hair device cure all the ills of the world. Many of those ills we ourselves, along with our friends and family, are experiencing. But, we do know that at a time like this, sometimes just having a product that feels like money well spent because it actually delivers on its promise and makes you feel beautiful can create a bright spot in an otherwise tough time.

    Growing out your hair can be a tedious experience. Often those of us working towards healthy hair growth are looking for ways to help the process while promoting the overall health of our hair. If you are looking for ways to give your hair growth a boost, it is important to focus on products that use all-natural ingredients that contribute to the health of your hair rather than strong chemical ingredients that could inhibit growth and damage your hair.
    Sweat is one of those things that can really ruin your day in terms of hair care. Fortunately, there are ways to stop sweat from causing hair damage in curly hair or kinky hair. This would include type 3 hair or type 4 hair, officially. Here is some info about what sweat does to hair, as well as some ways you can deal with sweat in your daily routine.

    If you have fine curly hair, you can attest that it can be both a gift and a burden. On the plus side, you have versatile voluminous hair that allows you to wear it in various styles. With its wild and free yet elegant nature, you always stand out among the crowd.

    However, with such benefits also come challenges. Curly hair requires unique maintenance to keep it in tip-top condition. Otherwise, you may notice breakages, thinning, frizz,  limpness, split ends, and fly-aways. Though poor grooming techniques can lead to damaged, dry, or brittle hair, there are also other causes. These include chemical treatments, heat exposure, and, paradoxically, your maintenance routine if it becomes tangled up.

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