I have 3B hair and for years I have struggled with a receding hair line/ very thin hair in the front. Any remedies or suggestions on styling my hair (I stopped wearing my tight buns/ponytails)?
Hmmmmm. You may want to consider researching rosemary. It may help. If all is lost you may consider some type of medication as well. STAY AWAY FROM ALL TIGHT STYLES!!! Try not to brush or comb your front area while your hair is wet either
Hi! I hope you all are having a fantastic day. I was wondering if you all can help me with something. I have been natural for a year (maybe slightly under that) but I mostly wore braids the whole time. I use Kinky Curly Shampoo and Conditioner,moisturize daily with water and seal with olive oil. Should I be moisturizing differently? I want to try a new shampoo when that is done. Is it okay to mix and match shampoos and conditioners? (I want to change my shampoo and use Giovannie leave in)
If your hair feels moisturized then its a green light! if it doesn’t you may want to incorporate a leave-in conditioner. Kinky curly knot today maybe? i have never in my life coupled the same shampoo and conditioner together so I think you can step out and mix and mingle
Hey girls, I've recently transitioned to natural and it's been about 6 months since I last had a relaxer. I didn't go with the big chop so I have tons of new growth but still my relaxed ends. I was wondering if either or both of you had any general tips for the up keep of my hair? Like things I need to do for the relaxed ends and my new growth for healthy growth and transitioning?
Hey girl! Congrats on your transitioning! There are tons of things that you can do! Twist outs, braid outs, curl formers will be your new best friend. Protective styles are also a good look. You may want to take a look on our blog to see all of the style choices.
Hi lovely ladies, I am wondering what products I could use to keep my twist outs and Bantu knot outs defined throughout the day in this Florida humidity. I am currently using Shea moistures curl enhancing smoothie and eco styler jell together and that steal leaves me with big fluffy hair within 2 hours of being outside. P.S. My hair is naturally extremely soft, if that helps you with your answer. Thanks Ladies. -Shayla
You need to research humectants. Humectants are products that retain moisture rather than release the moisture. When your hair is relatively drier than the atmosphere around it than it will attract the water molecules (in the humid air) and it will cause it to swell and loose the pattern of the twist out. Kinky curly curling pudding is a humectant. It will cause your hair strand to retain it’s moisture therefore the moisture in the hair is equal to the moisture in the air and it will not attract the water molecules. Just google humectant products for natural black hair and you should be given a good start. Another good, inexpensive ingredient that battles the humidity is glycerin. Hope that helps!