The best products for afro hair you can buy online
We review the Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen/ Grow & Restore Leave-in Conditioner. We will go over benefits & disadvantages and why you might choose Shea Moisture’s leave-in conditioner over the competition.
We are covering the jargon used in the natural hair community. A lot of websites and groups use all sorts words and acronyms that if you are a beginner, it can be difficult to catch on. Early on I found it difficult and had to google search each new word I came across. I always thought a natural hair glossary would be perfect. This is something we will update as new techniques surface and we hope this is a resource you find useful and can share with your friends & family.
From our own experience and by interviewing experts in the natural hair community, we have come up with these 14 afro hair care tips to help you grow a beautiful afro. Before you get start, remember to check out our list of our favourite products for natural afro hair and our new product selector tool to go with it. Click here to play with it and see what it recommends for you.
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Dry hair is the cause of most hair problems. It can be frustrating when it seems like our hair absorbs anything we put in within 5 minutes. We can be chasing defined curls and just end up with frizz that we dread combing later on. Your main focus should be finding ways to keep moisture in your hair which include oils, conditioners and good practices. We go over some of the ways in other tips.
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