Wondering how to keep your curly hair looking good at the gym - and ensure it stays that way once you’re done breaking a sweat? Read on for styles, products and hair care tips!
Hair-washing day is one that is dreaded by most. Here’s how to make the process less dreadful, and more effective.
A simple braiding tutorial to achieve extraordinary results
Natural haircare product must-haves for your household – kids, men and women. We’ve got you covered.
Looking to straighten those locks for the summer months? Here’s everything you need to know about relaxing your hair.
Your strands are in their hands, and that’s a big responsibility. Make sure you made the right choice by having this important discussion with your stylist before relaxing.
We’re crushing on curls this season. Here’s how to keep them looking their best for max appreciation.
Keep those pesky baby hairs in check this summer with these simple, yet effective edge control styles.
Tame, don’t straighten! Here’s how to live your best curly girl life while getting those strands firmly under control… and looking exactly how you want them.
Do you need a refresher course in relaxing? You’ve come to the right place. Here’s what to consider before your next straightening job.
A haircare regime should be made up of only the best products suited to your specific hair type. And we’ve got just the thing!
Not sure how to best embrace your newly relaxed hair? We’ve got some trendy hairstyles that are sure to inspire you.
Before you resort to shaving your hair off in the hopes it’ll grow back thicker, try these styles and strategies.
A true classic never goes out of style. Maybe that’s why finger waves are back as a popular, glamourous option for short-haired girls.
Take a break from basic, dead-straight braids with this unconventional look.
We’ll show you how to master this unique braid trend first time round.
A step-by-step guide to twisting this stylish protective style.
The best products to solve all your natural hair woes.
Tips to get the bounce back into relaxed hair.
Relax your fears about hair relaxers and what they do to your hair.
When it comes to fine hair, there are certain things you should avoid to keep your hair looking and feeling its best. So, here’s what not to do…
For everything you do right for your straight relaxed hair, we bet you’re getting some things wrong from time to time. Remember, because relaxing is a process of permanently straightening hair by chemically breaking its bonds, your mistakes are affecting texture and strength most. So, sit back and take note of these tips to go from straw to silky.
Throughout your life, your hair changes. That means you have different haircare needs at different ages – like when you get older. This point is something to bear in mind if you’re an African mom with young children. Because when it comes to kids’ hair, a simple “rinse and repeat” of your own regime is definitely not the way to go.
Relaxer for curly hair is something that every African woman will be familiar with, whether you’ve used it or not. You know what relaxer does – straightens curls so you artificially change your natural hair type – but do you know how it works?
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.
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.
Sleep may be essential for your body, but it can wreak havoc with your hair – especially if you’re an African woman trying to maintain and/or grow a natural style full of bouncy volume. Too easily your curls can be crushed against your pillow. Even worse, if you struggle with dry, brittle hair, night-time tossing and turning may even cause breakage. There are few things more soul destroying than finding a solitary braid left behind once you’ve climbed out of bed.
There are so many terminologies when it comes to the type and texture of your hair. But what does it all mean, and why does it matter? We find out.
We got the professionals to comment on one of the most common misbeliefs you hear about hair styling. Can you guess what it is?
Make your very curly hair more manageable with a selection of products designed specifically for your hair type.
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.
This post is for all the ladies out there with Type 4 curls – in other words, loose spiral-shaped curls with loads of volume and bounce. Loose curls are seriously admired, but every woman who lives with them knows the haircare challenges that come bundled with the compliments.
A good dry-wrap is every girl’s bedtime best friend, especially if you tend to wake up to frizz and tangles more often than not. Achieving beautiful hair takes dedication, even when you’re catching a few Zs. Here’s how to do it right.
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.
The start of a new year is a great time to embark on a “New You” project. Embarking on a hair journey is a truly rewarding way to improve the health of your hair.
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.
It’s not completely straight but also not particularly curly. How can you make Type 2 open wave hair memorable and in optimal condition?
The downside to wavy hair? The frizz. While some quite literally ‘woke up like this’, others fight endlessly to control their hair type.
Avoid limp, lifeless straight hair and purchase the right shampoo for your hair type.
There are plenty of women out there who put hours and hours into achieving perfectly straight hair. But for those lucky enough to be born with ultra-sleek locks, here’s how to get the most out of your ‘do.
Straight hair and afro envy? Honestly, it’s probably not going to happen naturally for you, but you can pump up your hair’s volume. Here’s how.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that curly hair is difficult to manage. It can look absolutely stunning, and gain you loads of compliments
Of all the hair types, Type 8 curls, with their extremely dense zigzag, are one of the most challenging to manage.
You probably throw around words like “dry”, “soft”, “thick” and “thin” to describe your hair type.
The first step to beautiful-looking, healthy hair is understanding – understanding your hair type and its unique needs.
There’s some information that’s fun to know, but isn’t particularly useful – like identifying your star sign. Then there’s information with serious benefits. Like knowing your hair type.
If you can’t understand why you’re never able to tame your mane in the same way as your hair stylist, read on to discover the expert frizz advice of curl aficionado, Céline Marquet-Gonzales.
Find out all you need to know from Matthieu Séguier, Kérastase expert hair stylist.
All the expert advice you need to embrace your natural curls.