When it comes to foods that are sure to nourish and replenish, we’ve done the research so that you don’t have to. Here are our recommendations to add to your meal plan.
Every ‘fro needs a comb to keep it looking fly! Here are some tips to make sure you’re choosing the perfect one for yours.
We answer your most burning questions about dreadlocks
What you put in is what you get out – and that goes for your hair, too.
One of the biggest changes a woman experiences during pregnancy is with her hair. Here’s what to look forward to.
For some people, hair brushing is a therapeutic routine that brings it much joy. For others, it’s a real chore! No matter which one you are, if there’s ever a clump of hair left on your hairbrush after grooming, or you find it particularly difficult to manage, it may not necessarily be your hair that’s the problem, but rather your hairbrush.
Yes, we know, you’ve been growing your natural hair beautifully for months, creating this big puffball of a soft, curly crown… when it suddenly seems to be getting smaller and shorter. Your frustration grows into annoyance because it’s impossible to go a day without other natural hair goddesses bragging about their hair growth in your presence. It’s a fact of life that we need to accept: natural hair will shrink as it becomes curlier. When we refer to shrinkage, we are talking about your curls coiling tighter together and moving closer to your scalp, which is their most natural state. However, you don’t have to work overtime to fit in with the queens of growth. Here are some easy strategies to keep it long.
Few things are as glamorous as soft and silky hair. You know, the type of hair that you can’t wait to glide your fingers through because it feels like running water to the touch, and falls smoother than a bride’s veil. The look is easier than you think, and only needs a few tweaks of your haircare routine. Here are the most essential tips to get that princess-perfect hair:
We’ve all been there. You look at your pillow in the morning, or your brush after a vigorous grooming session, and see a nest of tangled strands left behind. That may even have you asking, “Is hair breakage a fact of life, or a sign of something more worrying?” Before you rush off to the doctor, here are a few explanations for dry, brittle hair that keeps frustratingly snapping off.
This is one of the most commonly asked questions about hair, especially among women of colour. Everyone seems to have an opinion, but what do the experts have to say?
Hallelujah! African hair has its own set of everyday management challenges, but finally the days of trying to tug back and tame baby hairs are done.
We know it’s hard, but hang in there – these are the ways that experts advise will ease your journey to bang-less hair.
To wash or not to wash: a debate that us women have with ourselves all too often. Follow these professional tips to ensure that this dreaded question pops up far less. frequently!