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6 Essential Tips for Detangling Natural Black Hair

6 Essential Tips for Detangling Natural Black Hair

The joys of sporting the naturally tight curls and coils of natural Black hair are many. Count versatility of styling, relatively low-key maintenance, and being able to scratch your scalp without fear of chemical burns among them! Yet one of the hardest things about dealing with tighter curls or kinks is the act of detangling the hair – of sorting out strands to eliminate tangles, knots, and other problems that will hold back your hairstyle. And this act is truly an art. It demands patience, skill, and attention to detail, along with a little basic know-how.
The most important thing…
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The Ins & Outs of Two-Strand Twists

The Ins & Outs of Two-Strand Twists

The good news is that one of the hottest natural Black hair styles of the past few years is also one of the most versatile, easiest to create and maintain, and healthiest for your hair. The bad news is – wait, there is no bad news! Two-strand twists are wildly popular right now, and rightly so. This beautiful style can be sported whether your hair is natural or relaxed, requires no locing-up period or cutting out, and takes a minimum toll on your own locks, encouraging growth and health. Yet how are they created, and what are the best ways…
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Win in Winter: Cold-Weather Hair Care Tips

Win in Winter: Cold-Weather Hair Care Tips

With November just around the corner, colder weather is about to hit. For most women, fall and winter can mean lots of great things. Boots, stylish coats, holiday parties, presents, time with family, and cuddling up with a sweetheart in front of a crackling fire – what’s not to love?
Yet winter, with its snow, sleet, and rain, can wreak havoc on your locks. So here are a few fall and winter hair care tips for keeping your mane in tip-top shape throughout the colder months.

Stay moisturized… Especially important for kinky or curly hair types. Winter weather is already…
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5 Truths About Transitioning from Relaxed to Natural Hair

Considering going natural, so you can rocks locs like India Arie, an Afro like Jill Scott or one of our 70s sisters from last week, or riotous curls like Tracee Ellis Ross and Rachel True? Before you take the plunge, here are the five most important things you need to know about natural black hair and making the transition from relaxed to natural.
1. You’ll have to cut it. There, we said it. It’s out there, and like ripping off a Band-Aid, it’s best to get this statement confirmed and carried out right away. Although many women dread the thought…
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Busted! Top 5 African American Hair Care Myths Revealed

Busted! Top 5 African American Hair Care Myths Revealed

It’s unique from any other hair on the planet. Versatile, misunderstood, and often even intimidating, black hair gets a lot of mixed press. For years, misinformation about African American hair has been floating around homes, salons, and even the net. And, unfortunately, too many of these untruths have been passed down from generation to generation, based upon misunderstandings or outright lies from decades, even centuries, ago. So it’s time to set the record straight! Here it is, the unvarnished truth concerning five commonly-held misconceptions about black hair:
Myth #5: “Natural African hair is so coarse, thick, and durable, it has…
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Seven Tips for Maintaining Black Beauty

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According to an old saying, “Good black don’t crack”–but it can sag, wrinkle, or dry out a little bit. Don’t panic, though. Preserving and enhancing your natural beauty as an African-American woman can be simple, with these seven most-essential beauty tips…
Beautify yourself from the inside out by drinking lots of water, getting regular exercise, and finding lower-fat options for your favorite recipes. Yes, good old-fashioned soul-food like Madear used to make is delicious. But with silent killers like diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension rampant in the black community, maintaining a healthy weight is more than just a matter of…
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