We all know that everybody’s hair is different. Chuck it up to genetics. It’s unclear why two sisters can look alike and have radically different hair. Over the years, different groups have created categories to help us navigate how to treat and style different hair types.
You’re thinking about doing your hair, and can’t quite decide what to do. Procrastination is an option, but you had promised yourself to do better…Congrats! Here are 5 things you should be considering:
We were so impressed with the super talented Victoria Simba, and hope you are as delighted as we were with this wide ranging conversation on Living a Creative Life and finding Encouragement through the Journey. Enjoy!
What are some common misconceptions you hear about hair loss or aging?The main one would be that nothing can be done about it. Medical research continues to discover potential treatments. One shouldn’t struggle in silence. A good place to start is to seek out advice from a healthcare professional.
My hair has been relaxed, texturized, and locked. I have very tight curls, so when it was natural, it was hard to manage, when it was chemically treated, it always broke off eventually, often at the crown. I could never retain length, so I had to keep it quite short. Now, just 2.5 years after starting my locks from a very short afro, my hair is the longest it has ever been and it's quite easy to maintain.
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1-Hair, like Pasta, can get dehydrated, and in those moments, the best thing you can do is to let your hair soak up as much water as possible. 2-If you don’t want your cooked pasta to get all stuck together...
As a complicated year starts to wind down, let's reflect: On May 5th, 1962, in a speech in Los Angeles, Malcom X, Yes, THE Malcom X, the activist asked… "Who taught you to hate the texture of your hair"?