Winter is here, which means you get to snuggle up in bed, watch Christmas movies, drink hot beverages, and it also means, cold weather. The weather is cold and dry, and unfortunately your hair can suffer because of this. Black hair is prone to dryness so you need as much moisture as possible in it to keep hydrated, especially on the ends. Once it is hydrated, there's less breakage, split ends and even single strand knots; allowing you to keep those strands healthy and retain your length. If you are looking for ways to keep your looking amazing, here are 5 ways to care for your hair during the winter:
I just posted my first meet-up of the year. If, you're a naturalista in the LA area join the group and let's meet up!
Hello Naturals, If you are in the Los Angeles Area, join the new Natural Hair Empowerment Meet-up and meet fellow curl friends in LA.
Loving your curls may seem easy, however, it can be hard for some naturals, especially newly naturals. Transitioning from your relaxed to natural hair may be a struggle because you are used to having straight hair. In addition, it is all you know. During the struggle, you have to remember to trust the process. Eventually you will start to love your natural curls but if it's taking too long to achieve, here a few steps to take to speed up the process.
"Welcome to the Jungle" Now you can shop for comfortable and stylish clothes and accessories to match your natural style. Nature inspired apparel and small gifts for the modern human.