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.
Is your hair dry, frizzy, dull, and difficult to style? If so, it's probably damaged. Damaged hair is more common than you might think, and it can be really disheartening to deal with. It can leave you feeling hopeless — like you'll never have that soft, smooth hair you see on friends and in magazines. But rest assured, there are ways to repair damaged hair and prevent the same damage from occurring again.
The difference between strong, luxurious hair and damaged hair comes down to how the hair is treated. Pamper your hair with the proper treatment and care, and it will reward you with good looks. Sadly, many people unknowingly damage their hair with harsh and outdated styling practices. If your hair is damaged and dry, or you just want to make sure it doesn't become damaged, then it pays to learn a bit about your hair fibers and how to keep them healthy.
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.
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!
Cold weather, dry air and harsh winds can wreck havoc on hair, particularly if you have dry hair to begin with. While you can't control the weather, there are some things you may be doing that cause damage. And while some are obvious, you may be surprised by others. Here are a few tips on how to minimize damage and keep hairlooking healthyall year long.