Okay, I have to admit: this entire summer I have been very lazy in regards to styling my hair. In July, I rocked long cornrows (think: Bo Derek) and ever since the braids came out (which I only donned for a total of about 10 days – not quite 2 weeks, I hate “fuzzy” braids!) I’ve had my curls hidden in a high bun. However, if you’re not like me and you actually want to wear your hair down, loose and free in this hot, humid and sometimes wet weather, I’ve got 5 tips that will help you accomplish your goal (while avoiding that nasty frizz!).
Myleik said: I’m a Natural Belle SUPER FAN. Love her blog, pics, etc, etc, etc!
I’m going natural for the first time in a really long time and im pretty familiar with the routine of how to take care of my hair but I’m having problems with styling it because my hair shrinks like crazy especially when i wet it . and i don’t want to blow dry it it all the time because of heat damage i was wondering how do i keep it stretched and looking good and healthy without the blow dryer and also when i do twist they shrink dramatically and doesn’t look right when styling it.
Tanya Jean-Baptiste aka @ClothesConscience (on instagram) has an amazing style all her own. She pairs simple and affordable pieces that pack punches of color and have “clean lines.” No matter what we’ve seen her in, she always manages to make a statement! Be sure to follow her in instagram for more fashion tips and tricks!
Finding a product that can give you soft, manageable hair that is easy to style is like discovering the Holy Grail. The hair care market is currently flooded with options for women to select the products or cocktail of products that will work best for them. With the recent popularity of “no-poo” hair care regimens and “cleansing conditioners” many women have neglected the basic practice of conditioning hair the “good ol’ fashion way.” So I would like to remind you why it is important to condition your hair on a regular basis. Here are the top 4 reasons:
I reached out to KK after watching her curlBOX review video and noticed the she said she had to wait on using the Karen’s Body Beautiful samples and Hair Rules Kinky Curling Cream and here’s what she had to say:
Apple cider vinegar (ACV) has long been used as a natural hair care product to promote healthy hair in both men and woman. Its acidity is close to that of natural hair, it’s a good conditioner and cleaning agentand it’s also an effective germ killer.