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🤔Debunking the Top 6 Myths about Natural Black Hair
In the world of beauty, nothing stokes the fires of controversy, much like natural black hair. Everyone appears to have an opinion – even those who know nothing besides the rumors that they've heard. Since time immemorial, natural black hair has often labeled as "weird" or "ethnic." Haircare and maintenance methods used on natural black hair have not helped so much either, possibly because there is a general lack of proper understanding. With that in mind, let's debunk some common myths about black natural hair.
8 Tips for Caring for Your Afro-Textured Natural Hair
So you’ve finally broken up with the creamy crack, also known as a relaxer, and you have taken the big step to going natural. Embarking on a natural hair journey isn’t easy because there are so many things to learn and so much trial and error before you understand exactly what you’re specific hair type needs. There are dozens of products out there, and the truth is they won’t all work for you.
Sleek Bun on 3c Hair ! Natural Hair
Key to a sleek bun is alwaysssss to detangle first. Detangling is necessary to get the sleekest and flatest look. I used the Suave natural hair line to detangle and condition with my Tangle teezer, working in sections on wet hair. I rotate between the tangle teezer, rat tail comb and a bore bristle brush. If your hair is thicker than mine lay down your hair in sections☝🏽 Suave - Frizz Reducing Refreshing Spray Suave - Nourish & Strengthen Leave-In Conditioner for Natural Hair Suave - Define & Shine Serum Gel TANGLE TEEZER - The Ultimate Finisher Styling Hairbrush After sectioning and conditioning it’s time for the fun part the SLICK! I use many different gels but my favourite is this one form eco styler. I know theres a lot of information on why we shouldn’t use it but really its the only thing that keeps my hair slick and moisturized at the same damn time ! * I only use the olive oil one* ECOCO - Ecostyler Professional Styling Gel with Olive Oil Now let’s get that swoooop going with the edges. i use my edge brush that i bought at the beauty supply store but you can also use a normal tooth brush ! I like the took because it has a comb on the end so you can get really defined parts. /kit·sch/ - Dual Edge Brush and Comb Now you a slick bxtch ! Tie down your hair with a silk or Satin scarf for like 15 mins and it will be even sleeker and flatter. Trust me ☝🏽
Suave-Define & Shine Serum Gel
This is the best edge control for my natural 4b/4c hair. I use this so often. It’s not flaky and lays my edges down great!! I been using this product for over 2 years now. It’s not expensive at all. This is a must try for my natural hair gals
Natural Hair Mask Treatment for Curls
If you have dry curls and want to save money on buying products, try this natural remedy as a hair mask treatment! Ingredients 1 ripe Avocado: provides hydration and total shine to that hair 2 tablespoons of Honey: helps with retaining that moisture and adding shine Coconut Water: helps with adding volume to thin hair as it is more lightweight than coconut milk, also helps by penetrating hair shafts to provide more hydration Blend it all together and add it to your hair for at least half an hour! Pic is a throwback at one time that I added this mask to my hair before washing it and going out! #CheriePartner
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