HAIR: Relaxed Journey
Everywhere you turn you see a new product geared towards natural hair. These products tend to have ingredients that eliminating mineral oil, petrolatum and sulfates, but they can also cause dryness in relaxed hair.
Discovering your hair’s porosity level is equivalent to finding out your hair’s DNA. Once you figure out your hair’s DNA aka porosity level, you’ll be able to understand its traits allowing you to effectively take care of it.
One of the key pieces of advice that stuck with me during my journey is the importance of incorporating protective styles and low manipulation styles to retain health and length. But knowing the difference is important.
Our nape is very fragile and prone to damage. If you’re having issues all you need is patience, dedication and a few tricks and nape should grow beautifully.
Learning to read product ingredient labels is one of the most important skills to acquire while on your hair journey.
Retaining length is probably one of the hardest goals to achieve while on a hair journey. Many are convinced that their hair doesn't grow, but the truth is, your hair is breaking and as a result you're not getting any hang time.
Tippi Shorter, Aveda's Global Artistic Director For Textured Hair, shows us the best must-have styles to get into this fall season.
Low manipulation is key when taking care of relaxed hair. Relaxed hair is delicate; therefore, it should be handled with care.