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.
If you’re a woman with dark or light brown skin complexion, you may find it hard to get a lipstick that’s right for your skin tone. However, you don’t have to worry anymore.
There are many colors to choose from, some of the best we’ve listed before, but from there it often comes down to what color you personally like.
Today we’ll show you some of our favorite colors and brands, so you can get a better idea of the right lipstick for you! We’ve also thrown in a few lip balms and lip shimmers for good measure. 😉
Hey girl, today we’re going to compare the best blow dryers for natural afro hair. 🙂
Heat damage is a real issue, and using the wrong kind of blow dryer can damage your hair beyond repair. This is why you need a good hair dryer that’s compatible specifically with black hair.
With that in mind, below are some of the best blow dryers for black hair on the market. Any of these should do you well. 🙂
Natural, curly afro hair without conditioner? Now that’s a disaster waiting to happen, right?
That’s exactly the reason why we think that finding the right leave-in conditioner for your hair type is absolutely imperative for your hair care.
How on earth are you supposed to begin searching for a leave-in conditioner when you’ve only just figured out what shampoo you’re supposed to be using? Or what if you don’t even know your curl pattern yet?
It can all get pretty complicated pretty fast. That’s why we’re here to shed some light on things.
The one thing that can make or break any look is accessories. Bad accessories can ruin a whole outfit, regardless of those Louboutins, honey. It’s exactly the same for your hair. So, if you want to know the 8 most trending accessories this season, look no further. We’ve got you covered.
Whether your hair is naturally short or you want to try something different and have a lower hairstyle, there’s one thing for sure: It’s not always easy to decide how to style short hair as a black woman. Chances are you have a few styles you regularly use, but what about when you want to try something different?
This is exactly what we’re going to help you with today! Below you will find a number of short hairstyles for black women, many with pictures and some with instructions on how to do them. Some you’ll be able to do with your natural hair, while others you will need wigs. You’ll also find a mix of celebrity hairstyles, as well as some from non celebrity types. Yes, we like to keep it real girl!
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.
What’s a soft bonnet hair dryer, you ask?
Well, you must have used a hard bonnet hair dryer in a salon before. You get your hair all wrapped up and you head under that, flicking through a magazine. If not, you’ve seen them do it in the movies, right?
Let’s face it, the high fashion world isn’t exactly known for its inclusivity. Designers are often white men or women. Other races even find it hard to score a place on the runway as a model, let alone getting behind the scenes and back to the drawing board, where all the creative work begins.
But there are some black and African American women bucking this trend. We’re so glad to see black women just like us showing the world that it can be done. We can climb all the way to the top, in every industry. If we can do it in film, why not fashion?