Today, we’re talking about 3C, 4A, 4B & 4C hair types. These hair types on in the “curly” and “kinky” categories, which means they’re more often than not natural hair. Here’s how you define 3C, 4A, 4B & 4C hair types.
Growing back your thinning hair edges has its challenges. For one, they’re more fragile than the rest of your hair, which can cause them to constantly break. Fortunately, there are some fundamental steps that you can follow to grow back your edges like you never thought possible.
It’s that time of the year again! You may love the snow angels and winter lights that come with shortened days and cozy nights, but your hair certainly doesn’t. If you’re like most of the women out here rocking your natural curls, then you know that when winter hits, it isn’t easy to maintain them in all their glory. Caring for your curls in the winter becomes quite the task. Here are the best hidden secrets to help you protect one of your greatest assets and put that shine back where it belongs!
Some women spend their entire life figuring out the optimal way to care for their hair. And once they figure it out, they realize that their hair is something that’s truly worth investing in. Opting for deep wave hair means that you’re seeking a style that’s sleek and luxurious. Yet, how you care for it also has a great impact on how long it lasts. Here’s everything you need to know about maintain deep wave hair (also known as Brazilian deep wave hair).
When you think about natural fruit and vegetable oils that provide health benefits for your hair and skin, your thoughts may immediately jump to the ever-popular, coconut and avocado oils. Yet, there’s another kind of oil made from a fruit that has incredible health benefits that goes a bit more unnoticed. Did you know that an apple a day keeps the hairdresser away? Keep reading to learn how you can use one of your favorite fruits to keep your hair and skin, healthy and beautiful.
When was the last time you thought about the chemicals that are in your beauty products? You might be shocked to realize that there are thousands of them in the substances you put on your skin and hair — many of which are absorbed into your body.
What’s worse, the beauty industry is also largely unregulated. CNBC reports that after more than a century of lax policing, the FDA conducted its very first in-depth survey into the safety and manufacturing processes of beauty companies just last year.