If you’ve found yourself nodding along in a conversation about yarn braids, having pretty much no idea what anyone’s talking about, you’re in the right place. In this article we’re going to break down everything you need to know about yarn braids, including how to do them.
braiLauryn Hill. Lisa Bonet. Zendaya. Ava Duvernay. The list of amazing black artists who’ve rocked dreadlocks is long – and you can pull off this stunning style too! All you need is a little bit of locking cream and a lot of patience.
Have you got dreadlocks, long braids, an afro or super long hair? Then you’ll know how easy it is to despair when it comes to finding swim caps that actually fit. Most swim caps are so tight fitting that people with long hair have no chance of getting it all in.
That means you either resort to swimming without a cap, which can damage your hair, or not going swimming at all. We don’t think it’s fair that anyone should have to miss out on their exercise or having fun in the pool, no matter what hairstyle they have.
As black women, our hair can be very fragile and should be handled with care. One of the areas where a lot of hair breakage occurs is during washing. This is the result of scrubbing, rubbing and manipulating the hair while cleaning it.
Well, there’s a solution to this problem and it’s called pre poo. In this article we look at what pre pooing is, why you need to do it, how to get started, and everything else in-between. So read on girl and become a pre poo queen! 🙂
Want beautiful, healthy hair? While there are a number of hair products on the shelves, many are pumped with unnatural chemicals and things I couldn’t even pronounce.
Now call me old fashioned, but I’d much rather know I’m putting good quality natural ingredients into my hair. After all, my afro isn’t going to remain this glam if I don’t treat it right. 🙂
With that in mind, here are 20 of the best natural hair products for black woman. If you find this list useful, be sure to share with your fellow sisters.
Are you in the process or transitioning your hair from chemical bound to natural? Well in this guide we’re about to make your life a lot easier. 🙂
Natural hair is moving from being rare to something that many black women are embracing with pride. For many black women, it signifies self-acceptance and being comfortable with their own hair. However, many have been using chemical relaxers for so long they don’t know where to start when it comes to rocking their natural hair.
In this article, we’ll be looking at transitioning and everything about it. Read on!
Co washing is a hair care method that’s gaining a lot of popularity among black women. It’s something many women are adopting, especially those with natural hair.
If you’re wondering what co washing is, or you have some questions about it, then you’re in the right place. We’ll be answering any questions you have about co washing, so keep reading girl!
Looking to update your wardrobe with some fresh new styles from the biggest stores around? Need some inspiration from talented black women who know exactly how to get the best from their clothes? Then we’ve got a treat for you!
Check out our top ten list of fashion bloggers who have great high street looks. All of which will give you great ideas and tips for that perfect outfit. 🙂