Blurred vision, respiratory issues and skin irritation – these are just some of the potential health risks associated with using traditional hair sprays. Yes, I know your hair spray smells like lavender fields and spring meadows, so don’t get mad at me for this one. I’m just the messenger. Originally, I was creating a list of top chemicals to avoid when buying hair spray, but … Continue reading Are the Ingredients in Your Hairspray Harmful?
I’ve been trying several natural deep conditioners for my hair and Briogeo is definitely one of my top 3. This is not a sponsored post; I really do use this product weekly. It really softens my hair and keeps my curls looking smooth, especially after heat styling. I leave it in for about 15 mins (or longer depending on if I get sidetracked), and my … Continue reading Natural Brand Review: Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask
I want to share something with you all: I juice regularly…my hair, that is. I was at a beauty trade show in Las Vegas last summer when I received a tiny sample of Oyin Handmade Greg Juices Leave-in Hair Tonic, which has made my curl-refresher game strong. Normally, when I realize my hair is starting to look a little dry during the day, I’ll run … Continue reading Natural Product Review: Oyin Handmade Greg Juices Leave-in Hair Tonic
During an age where social media has created an environment where appearance and ego take center stage, singer Tarica June is aiming to encourage black females to embrace their natural beauty with her new song, “SELFIE.” The music video for the catchy tune features young girls taking selfies, free of makeup and wearing their natural locks. During the chorus, the singer chants, “I love my … Continue reading New Song Aims to Redefine Black “Selfie” Esteem
When the United States Army revised its grooming and appearance regulations at the beginning of the year, it lifted its ban on dreadlocks, allowing female soldiers the ability to wear their natural hair. This was a major milestone for black women servicing our country, who may have had to take on costly and sometimes damaging hair treatments to meet compliance rules. To celebrate, Vogue featured … Continue reading How Black Military Servicewomen are Embracing the Natural Hair Movement
Darious Bland had to step into the role of “mom” when he became a single father almost seven years ago. The Alabama native had no experience on how to comb his daughter’s hair, but has since become somewhat of an expert, so he’s sharing his tips and tricks with fellow dads. On May 21st, she hosted an interactive workshop, “Can Daddy Do My Hair?” in … Continue reading Single Dad Teaches Men How To Style Their Daughters’ Hair
Actress Serayah McNeill will be the face of Wet Brush’s new collection called TxturePro, a line of three tools meant to detangle curly, kinky, way and coiled hair. The actress is well-known for her voluminous natural head of curls, and will promote the line which will feature a detangler, extension brush and wave comb. The hair tools are available in three different colors and aim … Continue reading Empire Actress Serayah McNeill Fronts Multicultural Hair Brush Line