Many ladies suffer from dry, itchy scalps prior to installing a sew in weave and not being able to easily reach your scalp can exacerbate the situation. There are even women who want the ease, freedom and versatility weaves provide but refuse to get them because they anticipate their scalp will be miserable being braided for several weeks. Fret not, there are ways to solve an itchy scalp while wearing a sew in weave that will leave your head feeling cleansed and refreshed. First of all, irritable ...
April 19, 20130 Comments
October 19, 20120 Comments
It is common for your scalp to dry out during the colder months which can lead to itchy, red, or irritated skin, dandruff, and dry, dull hair. The root of the problem can be a number of things besides weather like shampooing your hair too frequently, dietary deficiencies, and overusing hair products that contain alcohol. Luckily, there are several options to try to remedy your uncomfortable dry scalp, and give your hair its luster and volume back! Treatment Options for a Dry Scalp: One easy possible ...
July 9, 20120 Comments
How's your summer going? We hope it is going well and that you are loving your summer hair weave! If you've been struggling with ultimate heat that's not only heating up outdoors and the inside of your home, chances are that the heat is affecting your weaves too. After all, there is nothing more frustrating than a smelly, itchy, and sweaty weave when you're trying to have fun in the sun! Instead of standing in front of the air conditioner and being afraid to go outdoors because you want your weave ...
February 2, 20120 Comments
Keeping your hair healthy means having a good diet with the proper vitamins. Vitamins play a huge part in how shiny, durable, and long-lasting your hair is. Some of the main vitamins that help hair look beautiful are vitamins A, B, and C. If you're wondering how each vitamin specifically helps your hair maintain it's natural luster, then read on. Vitamin A This vitamin helps produce natural oil for your hair and the oil keeps your scalp from becoming overly dry. It also prevents more than a just ...
January 14, 20120 Comments
So what do you think? Is there such a thing as too much moisture in your locks and near your scalp? The answer is yes...there is such a thing! BUT...here are some facts to help you discover why this is so. 1. Don't wash your hair too frequently. There are natural oils in your hair that can't be stripped by taking too many showers and washing your hair during every single time you step into the shower. If you wash your hair every day, you will get a dry scalp. Too much moisture in the shower can ...
January 27, 20088 Comments
That itchy scalp.....with scales falling off, how embarassing is it to scratch your head all the time and have that scaly white stuff all over your shirt or that beautiful dress? Well it is Dandruff! Dandruff is a fungal growth on scalp, around eye brows , behind ears and sometimes on the chest. The clinical name for dandruff is seborrheic dermatiti. There could be many causes for Dandruff. Stress could be one of the reasons. When stressed you secrete a oily serum on the scalp which can aggregrate ...