Guys, it’s time to invest in the right facial hair products. Here are a few that will keep your facial fuzz soft, clean and tidy.
Find out how to keep natural hair in good nick with our top tips.
We’ve got the details on how to properly care for your hair as we start to transition from summer into autumn.
How do you prep your naturally curly hair for heat styling - and ensure that it remains protected, with long lasting results? With a hair primer of course!
Three ways to elevate the goodness of ethnic haircare.
Got no time for leave in conditioner? Fear not - you can leave it on all day, and still look chic and sleek for work!
Dreaming of a wash and go hairstyle? It’s possible, and easy - just avoid these 5 air drying no-nos!
Summer means ditching your hairdryer… and besides, heat styling too often is just bad for your hair. We’ll show you how to get a heat free, stretched out look!
While there are a number of heat styling horror stories on African hair, there are ways to protect your natural locks! Find out here…
Are your locks in dire need of some TLC after the ravages of winter? Bring them back to life with these top 5 products…
Escape the curse of itchy dryness and unsightly white specks on your scalp, and start summer right thanks to these recommendations.
Sadly, those old home remedies for hair breakage can do more harm than good. Here’s what you should really be doing.
You may think you already have the answer as to which of the sexes loses more hair. But are you willing to put your money where your mouth is? We reveal the truth behind the assumptions.
Feel like you’re losing more hair than usual during the winter months? Seasonal hair loss is real, and we have the lowdown.
While hair loss is normal, it’s good to know when there’s cause for concern, and how to deal with it accordingly. Read more on these common causes
There are 3 main types of hair loss. Here, we explore the strategies to combat these very different causes of shedding.
When it comes to hair loss, some causes are easier to rectify than others, just like traction alopecia.
Nothing gets us going quite like a secret, exotic cure-all ingredient from the other side of the world.
Three tips to restore the thickness of your dreadlocks.
We’re tackling split ends head on and filling you in on what they reveal about the health of your hair.
The best products to solve all your natural hair woes.
The best products to solve all your natural hair woes.
It’s a shame that most African men opt for only the basics when it comes to haircare. You’re going to change that though, and we’re here to help!
Reputation is everything for a salon. You need to know that you can trust your hairstylist and develop a relationship with them. After all, they’re in charge of your precious crown and are an essential partner on your hair journey. Every salon has different policies that are mandatory, but there are a few practices that are essential for any salon that prides themselves on being credible. Here are four things that’ll show your stylist is a keeper.
When it comes to joining the Natural Hair Movement, one of black women’s biggest concerns is the amount of haircare required. It can feel daunting, particularly if you want to grow out your curls. How can you achieve serious length while avoiding split ends, breakage and a general increase in fragility? Wash day may seem like the most at-risk time for those precious strands to snap off. Fortunately, there is an optimal way to dry your hair that resists damage.
There’s a lot of contradictory information about how often you should wash your hair if you’re a black woman with tightly coiled curls. Haircare professionals set the record straight here.
A healthy head of hair depends on several factors: your diet, the products you use every day and your washing and styling habits. Learn more now
While your curly hair may be the envy of many, it takes a whole lot of time and patience to get it looking and feeling good. Here’s how to get the best out of your luscious locks.
Being blessed with curls can sometimes feel like a curse. With the right products, however, you’ll soon start to appreciate the locks you were born with. Here are our recommendations
Many African women argue that conditioner is more important than shampoo when it comes to growing a healthy mane. But is this really the case? We hear from the experts.
A curl is a curl, right? Wrong! Whether you’re an Afro-lennial African girl, or a Caucasian girl who wants to make the most of your cascading corkscrews, this article outlines some of the challenges to achieving picture-perfect coils, and suggests two salon-worthy professional products that can help you achieve them.
Wake up to the wonders of water for your hair and learn to embrace a healthier, more dynamic hairstyle.
When it comes to haircare in summer and winter, there are certain dos and don'ts to follow for gorgeous hair all year round.
As far as home hair remedies go, egg masks are at the top of most people’s lists. Not only are eggs cheaper than other options and readily available, they’re also considered an age-old “miracle treatment” – for both skin and hair.
From extra virgin coconut oil to apple cider vinegar, these are the natural haircare ingredients we should all be looking out for – and using – now.
Do you have dry hair? If it feels rough, tangles easily and is always dull, chances are the answer is “yes”. You don’t want to leave dry hair untreated either, as it can become even more fragile.
These days, it’s all about natural haircare. Motivated by a desire for pure simplicity, many women are taking a greater interest in natural ingredients. Oils like coconut, avocado, shea butter and jojoba are popular, but there’s another superstar in the current natural haircare age: clay.
Between dry shampoo and regular gym visits, it's hard to know how often you should wash your hair. We asked the pros for their opinion.