Using shea butter and castor oil in your hair? This is why your hair won't stop breaking This video is a breif explanation on why you need a clarifying shampoo. We are often using heavy oils and butter too moisturize our hair. Though this can be beneficial, too much of something can be a bad thing.
Things to remember:
1)Oil is not a moisturizer
2)Sulfate free shampoos are not bad if used properly
3) I'm not against using oils and butters in your hair. It's important to r
A few months ago, I saw a post on Shea Moisture's instagram page and they were looking to hire new talent for their team. The following evening, I was able to pull a dear friend of mine (Thanks Keiann) into the salon for a quick video. She came in a month before the video to get a tapered haircut so I decided to showcase the versatility of natural hair. You'll see her go from a fro, to a tapered cut, to a cute pixie cut. I washed, blowed, cut and curled using only Shea Moistu
Even though I don't do it often, I love wearing bangs. I can go from simple to sexy or classy to sassy with one hairstyle. It's a great way to change your look and an awesome all over protective style.
Winter is right around the corner and that means there needs to be a change in the way we take care of our hair. I put together 5 basic steps for keeping your hair healthy throughout the winter. Watch video for more valuable tips!! 1)Clarify 2)Deep Condition often 3) Use heavier oils: especially on your ends 4)Hide your hair: protective styles 5) Sleep with a silk bonnet or on a silk pillowcase WATCH VIDEO TO LEARN MORE
Did you miss our last Facebook Live session? Here's your chance to catch up.
I discussed the myths of hair care and how it is preventing you from having healthy hair. Some of these myths have been passed down for generations but many were created by product companies to get you to buy products. 1) Split ends There is no way to fix them Trimming split ends will not help your hair grow 2)Hair stops growing at a certain point. FALSE!!! 3)Washing your hiar weekly will dry you
So many of you bounce around from hairstylist to hairstylist because you can't seem to get the style, color or care that you want. Hair appointments can be nerve wrecking for many reasons but mainly because you don't know how your hair is going to turn out. Take a look at a few tips that I put together to help you get the BEST OUT OF YOUR HAIR APPOINTMENT 1) Choose a licensed professional Being licensed does not guarantee that the stylist knows every style in the book but it