• Some Alternatives to Eco Styler Gel

    Around this time last year, I did an article on 6 Alternatives to Eco Styler Gel for Slicking and Defining Natural Hair. One thing that makes natural hair so much fun (for me as a product junkie at least), is that things can change — new products can be discovered, old products can be re-evaluated, and DIY mixes can be redone. In the year since the first edition of this article Read More
  • Natural Beauty| KissMyColor

    Tell us a little about yourself, who you are, where you are from, and what you do? My name is Sheana. I’m an only child originally from Alabama (Roll Tide! Lol), that now resides in sunny South Florida. I have been married for 4 years to my amazing husband. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Fashion Design and Marketing but not currently working in that field, so I get my Read More
  • Big Chop Tips

    So you've done the big chop now what! Now its time to highlight your fierceness!1. Flawless skin You have no or minimal hair and I bet you feel like your face is a big shining beacon! Don't panic a little foundation and a little bit of powder will do the trick do not over do it! Flawless skin does not mean tons of foundation remember we are highlighting our beauty Read More
  • Step by Step Flat Twist Out Tutorial

    Flat twists are a neat way to add a protective style to your hair repertoire. Regular two strand twists, which can hang loosely, are usually best for natural hair, but flat twists work well on natural and relaxed textures. They're similar to cornrows, but may be more user-friendly to beginners; you work with two strands of hair at a time with flat twists instead of three, as you do with Read More
  • Wearing A TWA

    Wearing a TWA takes a lot of confidence and a lot of makeup (until you become super comfortable with your new found beauty). However as a former member of the TWA Club I find that this is one the most beautiful and fierce periods of a woman’s life. This is a time where people are forced to really look at your face and see all of the things that make Read More
  • How To Formulate Your Own Leave in Conditioner

    I didn't know making your own homemade leave-in conditioner was so easy! Making a leave-in conditioner follows the same process as making a body lotion. You can make your very own homemade leave-in conditioner in less than 10 minutes! Basic Recipe:70-80% Water- The more water you use the thinner your final product. If you use less than 70% water, you will have more of a hair cream or very thick Read More
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Popular Articles

  • How to Make Natural Spray Leave-In Conditioner How to Make Natural Spray Leave-In Conditioner Leave-in spray conditioner adds moisture to hair before styling with a hair dryer or curling iron and helps to tame…
  • Step by Step Flat Twist Out Tutorial Step by Step Flat Twist Out Tutorial Flat twists are a neat way to add a protective style to your hair repertoire. Regular two strand twists, which…
  • BAKING SODA FOR NATURAL HAIR BAKING SODA FOR NATURAL HAIR It’s natural, but is it good? Perusing the thousands of YouTube videos about natural hair, I’ve stumbled upon many mixtures…
  • Reading the Label: 10 Ingredients to Avoid When Shopping for “Natural” Hair Products Reading the Label: 10 Ingredients to Avoid When Shopping for “Natural” Hair Products The biggest mistake women (and many men too!) make when shopping for a shampoo or a conditioner is looking for…
  • DIY Eco-Styling Custard DIY Eco-Styling Custard After many months of searching for an alternative to Eco Styler Gel, I finally resigned to the fact that it's…
  • 5 Reasons Why Straw Sets Are a Great Protective Styling Option 5 Reasons Why Straw Sets Are a Great Protective Styling Option 1.) Straw sets are extremely low maintenance hairstyles. Like braids and cornrows, straw sets give your hair a break from…

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  • 6 TIPS FOR WASHING NATURAL HAIR http://www.kyssmyhair.com/6-tips-for-washing-natural-hair/#.Us_-34uzKph For many naturals, wash day is dreaded more than Mondays. There’s no one tried and true way to wash…
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  • Tips for Achieving Second-Day Hair We’ve all been there… you do a cute twistout, braidout or updo and those first few hours are magic… but…
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  • Tips For Women Considering "The Big Chop" When a woman with chemically processed hair decides that she wants to go natural, she may consider doing the big…
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  • Tips On Treating Your Natural Hair Right Moisturize and Seal Your Ends The ends of your hair tend to be the most fragile since they are the…
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  • 5 Tips for Organic Hair Care on a Budget Hair care does not have to be expensive. Try incorporating these five tips into your regimen to save money. via …
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  • Big Chop Tips you Can't Live Without When you’re making the decision to return your hair to its natural state you have two primary options: transitioning or…
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  • Tips to Prevent Pesky Single Strand Knots When you’re relaxed, your hair has its own set of challenges like keeping it moisturized. When you decided to get…
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  • Natural Hair Tips Shampoo Less – Or Not At All The best way to wash curly hair is with a 100 percent sulfate-free…
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  • 6 Natural Hair Blow Out Tips from Celeb Stylist Gabrielle Corney 1. Make sure your hair is healthy first. No sense in further weakening damaged hair with heat tools. You can…
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