HAIR: Natural Journey
Not everyone has the time and patience to take care of their hair at home. Achieving and maintaining hair takes a certain level of care, product knowledge, tools, and of course trail and error to figure out what works best for your hair.
When most of us think of transitioning, we only consider the process of removing relaxers, not as a heat-related matter. In 2011 Zoé Zeigler wanted a new start, she felt her heat damage was just as bad as the damaging effects of relaxers. Here, she shares her story.
It is hard to believe that the New Year is almost here. Where did the time go? With the New Year brings changes, and switching up my hair routine is high on my list for 2015. Here’s why…
‘Tis the season to treat yourself to natural hair goodies. Here are a few must-haves that will take you well into the new year.
Shari Smith started her natural hair journey after her wedding in 2011. "I decided I no longer wanted to chemically process my hair when I realized I can get it just as straight without chemicals," she says. Here, she shares her story and natural hair successes.
Christina Brown, founder of BabyBrownSugar, explains how she protects and maintains her daughter's natural curls.
Looking for the perfect gift for the naturalista in your life (or for yourself)? Let these hair bloggers help you out with their top holiday gift picks.
Creme of Nature hosts a Hair Color Crush Meetup in Chicago for curly headed beauties to enjoy music by DJ Sundance, appetizers by Wolfgang Puck and a chance to participate in a natural hair Q&A.