Low manipulation is key when taking care of relaxed hair. Relaxed hair is delicate; therefore, it should be handled with care.
Tools play a crucial role in any regimen. Relaxed hair requires hard work and maintenance but with the right tools it’s a walk in the park.
Rockin’ a braid out on relaxed hair is fun, sexy and, best of all, heat-free! This low manipulation hairstyle is easy and ideal for all ages and any occasion.
It’s easy to agree that our hair can depict how we feel; it’s an extension of our personality, even our spiritual beliefs. But, are we more than that?
Ever since the first flappers chopped their tresses to their chins in a gesture of defiant, sexed-up liberation, "the bob" has reigned as the most sophisticated hairstyles of all time.
Yes ladies, it's possible to maintain relaxed hair and workout at the same time.
Know the difference before you straighten your hair.
Over the years, through trial and error, I’ve learned a few tips and tricks on achieving great results when flat ironing.
My celeb hair crushes have all inspired me to believe healthy hair is possible and to encourage others to believe the same.
Having a healthy line of demarcation is of the upmost importance when stretching your relaxers.
New haircare lines that nourish and strengthen your child’s thick, curly or wavy hair.
What’s the best way to make my dull curls appear bigger and full of life?
Chime Edwards is a popular YouTube vlogger with over 145,000 subscribers. Chime was also featured in Nikki Walton’s (Curly Nikki) book, Better Than Good Hair.
Afrobella was the natural hair blogger at AOL’s Black Voices and a writer for Vogue Italia’s Vogue Black site. She has presented keynotes at several major media expos and seminars.
Jessica Lewis's tutorials have received more than 22 million views on the MahoganyCurls YouTube channel, and nearly 500K follow the Macon, GA native via social media.
Valerie Bremang founded Hairlista Inc. Social Network in 2008 as a platform to educate, inform and encourage women that they can achieve healthy hair.
The former model has transitioned 10 years of fashion industry experience into UrbanBushBabes, where she is Editor-in-Chief.
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