Now that the cold seasons of Fall and Winter are here, your natural hair will need to be moisturized more often. Cold Fall and Winter air can cause your hair to become dry and brittle. To combat the effects of Fall and Winter weather on your natural hair, try these all-natural moisturizing treatments by Freepeople that can be made with ingredients in your kitchen.
Shampoo bars are an alternative to liquid shampoo, hair cleansers, and washes. Shampoo bars are exactly what their name identifies them as—a shampoo in the form of a bar of soap. Here is what you need to know about purchasing and using your own shampoo bar.
Terressentials Mud Wash is a bentonite clay based cleanser with Aloe Vera juice and essential oils. It is ideal for cleansing clogged pores and product build up. I posted a review on Terressentials Mud Wash in 2011, Yes I Wash My Hair with Mud & I Love it!
Now in 2013, I have some new observations about Terressentials that I want to share with everyone.
I have a lot of exciting articles and product reviews coming your way! I can’t wait to share them. (: Some of the topics I will touch on include…
Terressentials Mud Wash - a new article about this shampoo & detoxing
Shampoo Bars - what are they & more importantly, are they worth your $?
Product reviews from the following hair care brands…
I will also be featuring holiday gifts that I will be selling in the love natural sunshine shop this November!
"For any woman, loving her natural hair is way beyond an aesthetic choice. It’s her degree. It’s her trophy. It’s her winning. Every woman needs to get the “I love myself” degree so none of what other people think or say can matter anymore." - Cheyan
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When it comes to hair care you want to make sure your hair is getting the best of everything—the best nutrients, vitamins, protein, and moisture. One way to ensure that your hair products are healthy for your hair is to read the ingredient label. Here is a list by naturallycurly of five ingredients you do not want to read on your product label.
Natasha photographed by Jabari Jacobs (MXXM)