Hola Chicas! In an attempt to resolve my post nasal drip, I've been dairy, wheat and alcohol free for 3 months. THREE MONTHS! The bad news is that the drip is still here, the good news is that it's clearly not the wine... so... *cheers*
Hair needs moisture to stay healthy and beautiful. If you have high porosity hair, your strands may be able to absorb moisture without an issue. The real challenge for your hair is keeping that moisture locked in place. This is where oils come in since they offer a concentrated dose of moisturizing properties and seal the cuticle to help keep moisture locked in. How do you choose the right oils for your hair porosity? With this list of the 5 best
During my transition, I have made it a priority to nurse my hair not only from the outside, but condition its health from the inside too. There are so many great foods available to us that can aid us in eating our way to healthy hair and skin, so their is something for everyone to enjoy! Here are some of my top choices that I am eating at the moment
Outside of the brownies I made Monday night I’ve been pretty strict with my new diet. I eat a salad each day either for lunch or dinner, start my morning off with a fresh green juice and oatmeal and get my run in usually mid-afternoon. My skin is loving me and my hair has never been more moisturized. Although I feel pretty healthy, I often feel the need to remind myself to stay on top of my nutrition game for truly healthy body and even better ha
After having a recent conversation with a fellow natural about hair care, I decided to do a series on natural hair care and maintenance. The focus of this post is dry hair. Naturally curly hair is prone to dryness because of the structure of the hair. The natural oils produced by the scalp of those with curly/kinky hair are not able to travel all the way down the hair shaft because of the twists and turns of the curls. Dry hair is a set -up for b
We’ve all heard the expression you are what you eat. If you are what you eat and your hair is an extension of you, your hair is what you eat too, right? This thought came about as I was thinking about how to make a homemade hair treatment. I thought about mashing some avocado with extra virgin olive oil, and then I quickly thought about how I would love to eat some guacamole, lol. So what’s more effective eating good food to promote healthy hair
Detangling For many of us, it might as well be a four letter word. Some of us avoid it until our hair is on the brink of disaster, while others may do some form of it a few times a week or even daily. We all know the dangers of pushing detangling sessions too far back -- from breakage and matting to cutting out clumps of knots. But what about detangling too frequently? Is there a such thing as doing too much detangling?
For many women, choosing to embrace your natural hair is a journey of self-acceptance long overdue. For those still using relaxers from time to time, this information may make you rethink that decision.
Don't panic, air-drying is not going on your list of things you need to feel guilty about. Won't you join me in getting all "critical thinking-y" about this subject? This post is in response to a blog reader's question about a recent study which reported that air-dried hair acquires some internal damage during drying whereas blow-dried hair accumulates more external damage. The study was published in the Annals of Dermatology, November, 2011:
Diving into the world of hair extensions may seem intimidating, but we promise after your first try you will be hooked! The satisfaction of being able to add length and volume to your hair that you have been dreaming of for years is a feeling unlike anything that we can describe in words. Sure, that seems a little dramatic, but don’t knock it until you try it! If you are a first-time hair extension wearer, then this guide is a must read. We will
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