Moisture is important in maintaining natural hair. Here are some products that gives natural hair the moisture boost that they need.
Dudley's Quench Moisture Mist
This product moisturizes your hair and stop frizziness.
Carol's Daughter Black Vanilla Leave-in Conditioner
This is a leave in conditioner that you spray in your hair. It smells like vanilla and works well in moisturizing your hair.
Infusium 23 Leave in Conditioner
This leave in conditioner moisturizes and softens hair.
That's right honey can moisturize your hair. Add some honey to your hair, put on a shower cap, leave in for about two hours and rinse out.
Saturday, July 31, 2010
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Let's face it. Transitioning can be a difficult task. After all you may encounter some obstacles. Those obstacles could include negative thoughts that you may have or what you may think someone will think. But once you face your obstacles or put negativity aside, transitioning will not be so hard.
While in transition, you may have thoughts of changing your mind about going natural. But don't fret. You are not the first one to have that thought and you won't be the last. Just think though that there are several reasons to go natural. Here are three reasons to go natural:
Chemical free hair
Just think about how strong and healthy your hair can become with natural hair. Not to say that your hair can't be strong with permed hair but natural hair is can be less prone to damage. Chemicals applied to the hair can damage it especially if not applied correctly.
More versatility or edge
When someone wears their hair natural, they have a "look at me" stand out in the crowd aura about them.
Natural hair gives an edge that chemically treated hair does not have. Also depending on a person's hair texture and length of their hair, they can create more styles with natural hair.
After the transitioning period, there is almost a sense of new found freedom. At least that's what I felt when I went natural. With that freedom comes with knowing that you do not have to worry about those perm touch-ups when new growth comes in.