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Back to school season comes with lots of excitement from a new back-to-school wardrobe, new school supplies, new classmates, and, of course, cute hairstyles. Every kid loves having a hairstyle that grabs the attention and makes them feel confident! 
Curly hair is so beautiful, but it can often be overwhelming for fathers to understand how to master what is deemed as such a feminine skill set. However, Darren is a perfect example of someone who has taken a keen interest in caring for his daughter's beautiful curly hair. 
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.

As we age, thinning hair is always a possibility. Usually, it’s hereditary. However, it’s a myth that only men start experiencing thinning hair when they become older. How do you keep your natural hair luscious and full as you age?

It can seem overwhelming trying to figure out how to save your hair. How do you go about creating a hair loss prevention method? Preventative steps can be taken now to help keep your hair looking healthy and to prevent any potential breakage.

Here are steps on how to care for your natural hair as you age:

It's every naturalista's dream to have a simple, yet effective hair routine. As much as we love our hair, we'd like to not spend hours doing it. We still have places to go, people to see, and coins to make. In comes the convenience of co-washing hair.

Many people have questions about co-washing. Does co-washing save time? Does it make natural hair shine?

Your hair’s edges frame your face and take a lead role in determining how your hair looks. The impressive swoops and curls you can form with your baby hairs is critical when it comes to charming hairstyles. It’s all amusing and enjoyable until you start noticing your hairline thinning. What do you do? You may be wondering how you can ensure hair growth. Well, here’s exactly how to get your edges back.

The hair and wellness market is awash with sprays, refreshers, and oils, all promising to remake the washday experience. However, we can all agree that nothing comes close to you actually washing your hair.

If women had the time, I'm sure most of us would wash our hair every two days. Not that it helps-over washing is an issue-but because of how it makes us feel.

Too bad women never get the chance or the time to wash their hair as much as they want to. If you can do it twice a week, that's an achievement worth telling your friends. If you can find time to do it thrice or four times a week, put a yard sign out-front with your name and 2024 beneath it.

So your short-tapered cut just transformed into a teeny weeny afro – leaving you in the wonder of what to do with your hair whenever the Lakeside beach beckons you to go for a swim; say once a week. 

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