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Deep Conditioning Treatment

3 Deep Conditioning Methods to Help Your Hair Grow & Glow

Deep conditioning your scalp is key to having luscious, thick and healthy hair. Purchasing deep conditioning treatments from beauty supply brands is great, but there’s nothing like making your own hair regimen from natural products inside of your home. Here are 3 homemade deep conditioning treatments you can incorporate into your hair regimen. Banana Hair Mask Do you have dry and dull hair? If so, the banana mask will help add moisture and shine to your hair. This particular mask has lots of antibiotics and Vitamin C. This hair treatment will also help your hair grow longer, stronger and faster. Check out the recipe below! [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MaWMMn_EpM[/embed] 1 ripe banana (2 if you have long hair) 2 tablespoons of olive oil and coconut oil 2 tablespoon honey ½ cup full-fat...

Miss USA 2017 – Her Crowning Look by CHI Haircare

When it comes to fabulous hair, it doesn't get much better than beauty pageants. And for the past two years, the Miss USA beauty queens just so happen to be black women which means we had the chance to see hairstyles that we could relate to. Yasss! Want to know how Miss USA 2017 achieved her flawless hair to hold her crown? We have all the details. With CHI as the official haircare sponsor for the 2017 Miss USA Pageant, Farouk Systems Global Artist Albert Luiz was responsible for creating Kára McCullough‘s crowning look. Highlighting and amplifying her natural hair texture, Albert shares his step by steps tips and the key CHI products used to achieve her winning look. Products used: CHI Deep Brilliance Shampoo & Conditioner ...

Naturally Temi

Fabulously Natural with @NaturallyTemi

You know those natural hair guru’s that you see and immediately think “HAIR GOALS”. Yea, that’s how we feel about Temitope Adesina. Natural hair enthusiast and vlogger from the DMW. Whether you’re thinking about transitioning to natural hair or you’ve been in the game for awhile,you can find @naturallytemi serving natural hair inspo for days. Just one look at @naturallytemi’s Instagram will have you ready to get your natural hair together. Her gorgeous kinks and curls are always on fleek from cute jeweled updo’s to fluffed out fro’s. And it’s not just looks that she’s serving either. Within her popular Instagram and growing YouTube channel, you can find her sharing tips and dropping knowledge on all things natural hair and beauty related so you too can...

A Hair Transition, Regimen, & Styles with @Queeneleem

Getting inside a naturalista's hair routine is one of the best ways to research when you're thinking about going natural. Queeneleem, a natural haired beauty with 4B/4C hair shares the deets on her transition, regimen, and styles that keep her natural hair flourishing! I have 4C/4B hair that is light medium brown. My hair is thick with thin individual strands and naturally dry. And man, is my shrinkage real (around 80%). This is my natural hair texture slightly stretched. I braided it into 3 large braids after I showered to keep it from tangling as it dried while I slept. My stretched length in this picture is an inch above my bra strap. I started my natural hair transition January 26th 2013 when I decided to stop using...

A Natural Hair Transition with @JessicaJWalk

When it comes to making the decision to "go natural" you have two choices. Big chop or transition. For this week's #fabhairfriday, we're featuring @JessicaWalk. A natural beauty who decided to do a year long natural hair transition that ultimately led a to mini chop. This is her hair story. I started transitioning June of 2009, wearing wash & go styles & gradually cutting off the relaxed ends until my mini big chop in August of 2010. My hair is low porosity (which means the hair has difficulty retaining moisture) & protein sensitive (which means that some proteins can cause allergic reactions in the hair). Because of these characteristics, I stay away from heavy butters, protein, & coconut oil. My current regimen is cleansing & deep conditioning...

Reduce Hair Breakage

7 Tips to Reduce Hair Breakage

Hair breakage is the most common frustrating issue leading to different lengths of hair throughout scalp. The daily ‘wear and tear’ from combing, brushing, heat, and styling products can weaken your hair strands causing them to break at various points. Additionally, if you use chemical relaxers or dyes, they can permanently reduce the strength of your hair strands, especially if applied more than recommended time of every six to eight weeks. Here are a few tips to reduce  hair breakage: Start with an overall healthy hair trim! The ends are the oldest part of your hair strand which are prone to split ends. These are the strands that break off making your hair shorter in some areas! Get a good hair trim of about ¼ inch...

WHEN YOU KNOW YOU GOT GOOD HAIR!

Yes ladies, I'm not talking about the silky natural hair that's growing from the roots, but the hair that looks like it might "As well be growing from the roots." You know it when you buy it, its swinging just right, looks and feels light weight, not a rough spot in sight. This is what we call that "GOOD HAIR." The hair so flawless when someone ask you about it, you happen to roll off your tongue and say "I'm mixed with Indian." So achieving the "Good Hair" is simple. You have to invest in quality. This doesn't mean go broke. I find that Mayvean hair has great silky texture that comes in all types, Brazilian, Peruvian, and Indian. And what I love best about buying hair...

Don’t Dye Your Hair Without Reading This Article

Lisa Campbell is in our #FabulousHairFriday spotlight this week. She tells us how she accomplishes her various looks all while keeping her hair healthy. When it comes to hair Lisa loves the versatility of a good weave. “Change goes without being said for a shapeshifter [laughs]. I get bored with my hair looking the same month after month. About every 6 months I’m ready for a new look. Weave allows me to change my color while keeping my hair underneath healthy.” Lisa’s gets her hair relaxed every two or three months. Her exposed hair, or the hair that shows in her styles, is dyed blonde. “In reality if you would like to change the color of your hair (especially on relaxed hair), I highly recommend a professional...

Excessive Hair Shedding? Check your Iron!

Have you been seeing more hair than usual having out on the bathroom floor? Don't panic! Dr. Mac lists the probable causes of your excessive hair shedding. Hair shedding is a very common and natural process that occurs from the scalp on a daily basis. Typically, it is normal to shed up to 150 hairs per day from the hair root within the scalp (with white bulb on the end) with some days being less or more.  However, losing more than this amount is considered abnormal and should be carefully evaluated by your dermatologist. Potential reasons for excess hair shedding include internal conditions such as thyroid problems, medications, post-pregnancy, and iron-deficiency anemia to name a few. Low iron can be quite common in females in the reproductive...