HAIR: Relaxed Journey
When I first met Steve he had no idea what a hair journey entailed, now he requests certain styles keeps me on track with my routine.
Seeing clumps of long shed hairs is something no one wants to experience. My solution? Black tea rinsing!
Baggying is simple: Apply a moisturizer to your hair and then put a plastic bag over your head for 2-3 hour (or even overnight) to lock in moisture and promote growth.
Getting a fresh relaxer is typically an exciting time; however, for some, it can bring about anxiety if you are not well prepared.
Determining when our hair wants moisture and/or protein is vital to its overall health. Luckily, there are common indicators that will help you decipher what your hair is in need of.
Overlapping and over-processing are two of the biggest hair crimes you can commit when you have relaxed hair.
Although clarifying shampoos are often viewed as “taboo” in the hair care world because they remove product build up while stripping the hair of its natural oils, sometimes it can be good. Here are a few signs indicating you are due to clarify your hair.
The L.O.C and L.C.O methods are popular in the natural hair community, but are they great for your relaxed hair?
Since the beginning of my relaxed hair journey, I learned small tips and tricks that helped maximize healthy hair. I strongly believe that it’s the little things that really matter. The small tweaks that I’ve implemented have helped to make my regimen and journey smoother and my hair is much happier because of it.
It’s easy to get caught up in feeding our “inner product junkie” and accumulate tons of products, yet we forget to monitor how long we actually keep them.