Silicones in Hair Products: Good or Bad?
Apr16

Silicones in Hair Products: Good or Bad?

From natural hair, relaxed hair, and everything in between, silicone agents in hair products have received both negative and positive propaganda.   Not only have silicones been trashed and praised, many people don’t even know why silicones are good or bad.   This encourages the revolving door of misinformation.   The fact of the matter is that not all silicones are bad and it doesn’t have anything to do with your hair type, hair...

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How To: Tell If Your Hair Is Damaged
Apr13

How To: Tell If Your Hair Is Damaged

You might be thinking that after seeing this topic that you know pretty much when your hair is damaged so there is no need for an extensive analysis but the truth is, quite a few ladies do not know whether their hair is damaged or not.   They know it gives them problems now and then and it itches sometimes, and it sheds a lot around the winter season, but have no idea how to tell if the hair is damaged. This article is meant to shed...

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Recharge Your Sexy!
Apr13

Recharge Your Sexy!

We all experience times when we are not feeling quite like our usual self.  Many different factors can influence our self confidence and self image.   Due to busy schedules and responsibilities sometimes “self” can be placed on the back burner for way too long and this can lead to feeling dull and boring.   There is nothing wrong with doing something for yourself that reminds you that you are a woman, you are beautiful, and most of...

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Overcoming Traction Alopecia in Black Women in Three Easy Ways
Apr13

Overcoming Traction Alopecia in Black Women in Three Easy Ways

A hair in the head is worth two in the brush.  ~Oliver Herford Have you ever seen a woman with a wide hair part, wide enough to know that she lost some hair from that region or stared fascinated as a young woman walks by and the side of her hair and the frontal hairline are completely gone or extremely sparse and wondered what was the issue with their hair? Well that issue is called traction alopecia, it is a condition where the...

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How To: Deep Condition Hair
Apr13

How To: Deep Condition Hair

Deep conditioner is made of a thicker conditioner that actually penetrates the hair strands.  Deep conditioners need heat in order for the hair shaft to swell and the conditioner to go inside papering over the cracks in your hair.   It is very important that whether you are using store bought conditioners or making your own,  that the conditioner gets some time to sit on the hair and penetrate the shaft of the hair.   Otherwise, you...

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