In order to master "mixed race hair" you need to think about it differently: try to stop thinking of it hair as "mixed race" and instead think of it for what it is--curly hair. That's simply because there is no such thing as "mixed race hair."
Knowing when and how to use a product correctly is part of a healthy hair regimen. So we're breaking down exactly why you you'd shampoo first and deep condition second to get the most benefits.
The first thing we thought of when this question came through was, what can we say to make it easier on you right now so that you can stop freaking out? Luckily, for you, "baby bangs" are actually in style thanks to Beyoncé.
We didn't realize that vinegar rinsing by any means necessary was giving people life this much. What's done is done, so let's break down what you really put in your head and how it will affect your natural hair.
Vitamins work by compensating for nutritional deficiencies, period. Unless you know what areas you are deficient in via your physician diagnosing this, introducing vitamins into your life can be a double edged sword.
Natural oils are great for your hair and skin but not all of them are created equal. First, to understand these terms, you need to understand how natural fruit oils are made.
To leave-in or not to leave-in, that is the question. The short answer is no. A leave-in conditioner has never meant the difference between life and lifeless-ness or measurable improved hair condition and here is why.
Castile soap is multi purpose and when you use it correctly (read: dilute) you can wash your hair with it. Here is my old personal mix that leaves your hair shiny, soft and clean.