Are you trying to grow your hair and feel like it’s going nowhere, literally? Growing African American hair is definitely a test of patience and requires a routine of healthy hair maintenance. Don’t worry if your hair is relaxed .
Many African American women have damaged hair. We spend so much of our time and money on our hair only to go through bouts of dull, dry and breaking hair. With all of the chemicals, heat applications and rough .
It’s summer and most women striving for smooth, hair-free skinare back to their daily routine of shaving…so razor bumps and razor burn are bound to appear for many women. Not only are razor bumps unsightly, but they can also .
So, you’ve read up on the benefits of doing a deep conditioning treatment for your natural hair and decided to take the plunge, but now what? How do you do a deep conditioning treatment, who should do it, and .
One of the biggest concerns of parents of young girls and their hair is how to get it to grow longer and healthier. There are several ways that you can achieve growth in your girl’s hair but it takes .
With all the manipulation you do to your hair during the week, it’s important to give your hair an occasional deep conditioning treatment to help support health, hydration, strength and overall appearance. There are many benefits of a deep .
Many en suffer from razor bumps on their face and neck. It’s more common in African American men, in fact, 80% will experience razor bumps at some point in their lifetime. African American’s are more prone to razor bumps .