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.
“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.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed at the thought of shopping for hair products? There are an innumerable amount of brands and products out there that the search can seem daunting. It can be even more challenging if you are on a budget but are looking for products to solve specific problems for your hair. Store bought products can range in price. They also can fall on the spectrum anywhere between all natural to 100% chemicals. The only way to find out is to read the ingredients.
Wash day. The two words together are enough to send chills running down the spine of anyone with curly, kinky, or coily hair. Wash day can be a major production and a serious time sink. There are so many schools of thought and methodologies to select from when it comes time to build your routine that many coily-headed individuals are left wondering how in the world to piece together a plan.