How Over Manipulation of Natural Hair Causes Breakage

Natural hair is fragile by nature. Fine natural hair is even more fragile. That’s why when it comes to “handling” your hair, you must be gentle. Manipulation is necessary to care for, maintain and style your hair but over manipulation will cause breakage. If your goal is to grow your hair to the longest length possible, you […]

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3 Ways to Protect Fine Natural Hair from Breakage

Naturally curly hair is fragile. Thanks to all the twists and turns that make up a strand of curly hair, the chance of breakage is higher than for someone with straight hair. Fine natural hair is even more fragile. That’s because it doesn’t have much “weight” to it. Pair that with it’s naturally fragile state […]

Winter Hair Care Myths Debunked

I’m thankful to no longer be a veteran where caring for my natural hair is concerned. I’ve invested time into learning how to care for my natural hair, discovered what it is that works for my hair as well as some of the myths that are keeping others in bondage. OK, bondage is probably too […]

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The Baggy Method vs The Green House Effect Method

I’ve been receiving a lot of questions about the difference between the Baggy Method and the Green House Effect. While I can see the blurred lines between the two, there are definitely some differences in the two hair care methods so I figured an answer to the question would make for a good post! Below […]

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Your Hair Growth Is Not The Problem

Length retention is. Unless you have some form of a disease that stunt’s your growth, your hair is growing. If you have ever had a relaxer, you know that “new growth” sprouts out within less than 6 weeks. Yet, it may be that the length of you hair never appeared (or appears) to changed. It […]