If you have heard the term “hair porosity” recently and been baffled - don’t worry, you’re not alone! There are lots of different terms and categories to describe hair health, texture and type. We get it - it can be overwhelming! This week, we’re going to be breaking down another (possibly) daunting hair care term – porosity. The term “hair porosity” refers to the general ability of your strands to absorb and retain moisture. There are 3 different types of hair porosity levels:low, mediumandhigh.
As you know by now, understanding your hair type is the first step in maintaining healthy hair. But what comes next? Whether you’re an experienced natural or someone who’s recently abandoned keratin treatments, hair bleach, perms, or any other damaging agents, you have two primary goals: find products that work for your hair and use them in a way that’s best for your hair.
Summertime is here! Are you ready to soak up the sun, take a dip in the pool, catch a tan at the beach?
Are you also ready to take care of your hair in the midst of all your summer fun?
During the summer your hair is subject to the detrimental drying power of the sun, chlorine, and salt-water. Just like you drown yourself in sunscreen to prepare yourself for a long beach day or lounge at the pool, you need to protect your hair. We all hate the stringy, dry strands of hair that twirl between our fingers after a fun outing to the beach or the pool. So why not try to avoid it at all costs?
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?!
Frizz, untamed curls, dead ends, no hair growth, and so goes on the list of nightmares that come with trying to find routines that work. We all have our go-to hair routines and products we use to try and tame our hair. But do you ever question whether or not those products are actually good for your hair? Understanding your hair type is the key to solving your hair frustrations and finding the perfect routine that you know will work for you.
Wondering whether blow drying is good for your natural curly hair? Although using one gives you a fresh, straightened look, blow drying could cause irreversible damage to your tresses. Here are 3 reasons why it's damaging and our reason for finding a better way!