Winter weather can be the enemy of healthy hair. Dry air, harsh winds, snow, and rain all wreak havoc on our beautiful natural hair, causing breakage and frizz. Take a look at our best beauty secrets for preparing natural hair for a protective style.
Checking off your summer bucket list shouldn't come at the expense of your hair. Protective styles are a great way to continue growing out natural hair for Type 3 and Type 4 textures while staying on-trend. Minimizing damage to your radiant curls is key when it comes to enjoying a #hothairsummer.
Considering a protective hairstyle, but not sure about the maintenance and upkeep? Love your braids, but hate the dryness, itching, and buildup? If you're like most natural beauty gurus, chances are you've run into these nagging worries. Your friends at RevAir are here to help women everywhere stress less and shine more. Skip the headache -- or shall we say scalp ache? -- and get back to loving your hair.
Protective styles stimulate growth and repair breakage over time by encouraging healthy hair growth. Professional Robin Groover explains “The benefits of healthy protective styles are length retention, stress free maintenance, and versatility. The objective is healthy hair with style ease that does not require lots of time to look good.”
The best part about wearing wigs is that you retain the power to completely transform your look without the pressure of worrying how long you have to hang onto the look. It’s a low commitment hair styling option but with a potentially huge impact on your appearance. Many of the world’s best-known pop culture fashion icons have harnessed the power of wigs to change their look in a matter of hours or days.
“Let’s brush your hair!” - these are words that spark terror into the hearts of children...and honestly, can you blame them? Brushing out knots and tangles after a long day can be very painful, and is the last thing that a child or parent wants to do. The process is one full of tears, jerking away, and stern frustrations that simply repeats day after day.
Summer is officially here, and for many women with coily hair, it’s a bittersweet feeling. You are excited because of the warm weather, beach days, and summer vacation. But you also dread the summer because you ask yourself the same question every year: What am I going to do with my hair?!