Staying hydrated isn't just the number one rule for total body health and wellness. Hydration is also the secret ingredient behind naturally radiant curly hair. Type 3 hair and type 4 hair are both prone to dryness from everyday wear, sun exposure, heat styling, and even factors as simple as using the wrong shampoo for your hair type. Lack of moisture can make styling natural hair difficult and time-consuming, with lackluster results that are anything but Instagram-worthy #hairgoals.
It's the norm for naturalistas to want to DIY their natural hair. From shampooing to conditioning and styling, we try to give it the best VIP treatment we can (after summoning energy from our whole lineage).
But there's one thing in particular that most of us usually either fear, forget or postpone until our natural hair starts begging for dear help. And that is...drum rolls please, trimming.
Natural hair is made to be naturally beautiful. However, pollution, weather elements, humidity, and dry indoor air are always out to get it. While you work hard to hydrate, nourish, and style your amazing curls, you could be harming them in the process.
At RevAir, we strive to give your fabulous natural hair a chance to shine! Our top-quality products can work wonders, but only if you don't struggle against them. You may not even realize that your hair care and styling routines are keeping you from enjoying fantastic hair all year round.
Are you damaging your natural hair without knowing it? If you are doing any of the below things, you definitely are! Read on to find out which habits are worth kicking this very moment.
Whether you're doing curls at the gym or flaunting the curls in your hair, fitness-loving goddesses need not compromise between style and getting in a good workout. Managing post-workout hair can put a downer on that after-gym endorphin rush. Sweat, wind, tight buns, and ponytails can all stress out your lovely locks -- while you're trying to de-stress no less! The problem of gym hair can be especially frustrating when you're running on a tight schedule. No one likes running back to workwith fly-aways andsnares or heading out on a date night feeling less than flawless.