Being able to extend your hair’s moisture levels for long periods of time will help ensure healthy hair. When you have gone through the first 5 steps of rebooting your hair, you arrive at Moisturizing & Sealing. There’s some debate about the efficacy of using oils and creams to seal moisture into hair. I’ve even […]
The title of the post may sound so bougie or conceited even, but it’s not. When you think about the goodness of the Lord and you know that you know in your knower that IT IS He that is responsible for every good thing, then you become keenly aware that the good thing also includes […]
The next step in rebooting your hair is to get your hair trimmed. You may also like: Newbie Natural Hair Guide for Transitioners Why Trim Your Hair? Trimming will improve upon your hair’s shape (and feel), thereby making it appear so much nicer when styled. Shaping is accomplished by simply trimming your hair. Depending on […]
After clarifying your hair to thoroughlycleanse it in the step of rebooting, you’re going to want to deep condition to add moisture and nourishment to your strands. Guidelines for Deep Conditioning There’s a lot to be said about deep conditioning one’s hair. There are a number of methods taught and even various ideas about how long […]
To grow a healthy head of hair, it’s important to lay the framework. Your hair is a symbolic crown provided by God in Heaven (1 Corinthians 11:15). The ground work needed to have healthy hair is scalp care. Since your hair grows from your scalp, for obvious reasons your scalp needs to be healthy. If […]
Hair growth and length retention. That’s the ultimate goal of following a healthy hair regimen right? At least for many of us. So how can you accomplish both? In a previous post (Reboot your hair in 6 Steps: Step 1), I shared the first step to starting over on your healthy hair journey. This is […]
I'm a Christian special needs mom who also happens to be a natural hair enthustiast who inspires with faith while sharing tips to help those with fine natural hair to thrive.