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  • Curl Love! Here Are 6 Great Unisex Products Perfect For You and Your Natural Bae

    Curl Love! Here Are 6 Great Unisex Products Perfect For You and Your Natural Bae

    Generally, natural hair products are geared towards women. A lot of them have sweet and fruity scents, bright labels, and all types of pretty ladies dawning kinks and curls in their advertisements. Understandably, this could make natural men a little hesitant when purchasing products because they don’t seem to suit …
  • 9 Tips To Help You Style Your Mixed Child’s Kinks and Curls

    9 Tips To Help You Style Your Mixed Child’s Kinks and Curls

    Styling your bi or multiracial child’s hair is a lot different than styling any other kind of hair because it has a lot of different textures and curl patterns going on. However, it doesn’t have to be a difficult task! It’s actually quite easy once you get the hang of …
  • 4 Ways To Pre-Stretch Your Hair For a Twist Out

    4 Ways To Pre-Stretch Your Hair For a Twist Out

    I don’t know about you but I live for a voluminous twist out. As someone who has fine coily hair, a full fro can be hard to come by. Day 3 or 4 hair is always my favorite because my curls are still defined and I have enough stretch and …
  • What Does Science Say About Afro Hair And Hair Growth

    What Does Science Say About Afro Hair And Hair Growth

    From time to time we come across a brilliant video that absolutely must be shared and in this post we wanted to highlight one that we think everyone of African decent, with afro textured hair or kinky curly, should watch. Naturally High dedicates her channel to helping women with 4C …
  • Hair Blogs Weekly Round Up Post September 24th 2016

    Hair Blogs Weekly Round Up Post September 24th 2016

    Happy Saturday ladies! I follow hundreds of hair blog feeds so here are my picks from around the blogosphere this week. Enjoy 1. Curls of Innocence – Video – Mari’s First BLOWOUT! Natural Hair Kids  2. Journey To Waist Length – Video – How I did My Hair And Make …

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  • 4 Ways To Pre-Stretch Your Hair For a Twist Out

    4 Ways To Pre-Stretch Your Hair For a Twist Out

    I don’t know about you but I live for a voluminous twist out. As someone who has fine coily hair, a full fro can be hard to come by. Day 3 or 4 hair is always my favorite because my curls are still defined and I have enough stretch and …
  • 5 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Went Natural

    5 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me Before I Went Natural

    Being natural comes with a lot of trials and error. Some things you will get right on your first try while others will take you months to master—either way, it’s all one big learning experience. I personally wish I had a lot less error or at least someone to give …
  • 5 Ways To Spice Up Your TWA

    5 Ways To Spice Up Your TWA

    I recently big chopped my natural hair for the second time back in June. Initially, I enjoyed my short natural haircut, it was quite liberating. The styling time was minimal. I could get up, wet my hair a bit, and go. It was glorious but short lived since my hair …
  • 3 Natural Hair Myths That Could Be Keeping Your Hair From Flourishing

    3 Natural Hair Myths That Could Be Keeping Your Hair From Flourishing

    Returning to my natural roots was one of the best decisions I have made. But figuring out the best way to upkeep my thick 4c textured hair was a bit of doozy so I turned to the almighty natural hair community for assistance. I loved that I was able to …
  • My Natural CoWorker Called Me A Sell Out For Not Wearing My Natural Hair To Work

    My Natural CoWorker Called Me A Sell Out For Not Wearing My Natural Hair To Work

    Starting a new job can have it’s own struggles. There is getting to know the culture of your workplace, learning names, and just finding your niche. However, as a natural girl, I feel that there is an extra layer, because I always interview with straight hair. My boss or coworkers …


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  • What Does Science Say About Afro Hair And Hair Growth

    What Does Science Say About Afro Hair And Hair Growth

    From time to time we come across a brilliant video that absolutely must be shared and in this post we wanted to highlight one that we think everyone of African decent, with afro textured hair or kinky curly, should watch. Naturally High dedicates her channel to helping women with 4C …
  • Help! My Edges Are Starting To Thin–What Could Be The Cause?

    Help! My Edges Are Starting To Thin–What Could Be The Cause?

    Thinning edges is a problem that a lot of naturals run into at some point in their journey. No matter what is causing the issue, it is common and most times can be easily fixed with proper care and consistency. There are a number of reasons why your edges could …
  • Try This Treatment And Grow Your Hair Overnight

    Try This Treatment And Grow Your Hair Overnight

    Listen I was just as skeptical as you are now when I read that statement on several other blogs and influencer spaces. That title is by no means click bait because I really want you to try this treatment and let me know if it works for you. According to …
  • 4 Hair Practices You Must Follow If You Want Longer Hair

    4 Hair Practices You Must Follow If You Want Longer Hair

    We have been in this business a long time, so noticing trends are almost second nature for us. These days we have noticed a shift in the priorities of our followers. Women still want longer hair ultimately but healthy hair and overall satisfaction with the place they are in with …
  • 9 Ways To Re-Grow Your Edges And Crown After Hairloss

    9 Ways To Re-Grow Your Edges And Crown After Hairloss

    Recently we have had a ton of questions and concerns from women who have experienced hair damage along their edges and in their crown area. Most of these women have endured years of using weaves and styles that have pulled and tugged at their most sensitive areas of the scalp. …

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  • Why I Quit My Natural Journey After Only 5 years

    Why I Quit My Natural Journey After Only 5 years

    Once I hit my 5 year natural journey I felt like I could actually do this “natural thing.” I mean, there I was a fresh wash n go, and deep conditioning treatment, and I even posted a photo with the hashtag #naturalgirlsrock. I mean, I was natural and proud, or …
  • 5 Bad Habits To Avoid When Growing Long Relaxed Hair

    5 Bad Habits To Avoid When Growing Long Relaxed Hair

    By now, we all know that long, healthy relaxed hair is a thing that some of us don’t get to see because it can be quite tedious to achieve. But like everything else, once you learn the dos and don’ts, all you need to do is be consistent and then …
  • I Used To Be That Girl – Relaxers Made Me Stop Working Out

    I Used To Be That Girl – Relaxers Made Me Stop Working Out

    I’ve always been an athletic girl; for as long as I can remember my mother had me in soccer, basketball, and then when I got to middle school I started running track, and it stuck with me throughout college and even financed my tuition through a full scholarship. Along with …
  • Do You Still Relax Your Hair? – 5 Tips For Relaxing Your Hair At Home

    Do You Still Relax Your Hair? – 5 Tips For Relaxing Your Hair At Home

    I don’t know about you, but my very first relaxer was done in my kitchen by my mother, who is not a licensed cosmetologist. I do think that going to a salon and letting a professional relax your hair is the best option, however, if you need a touch-up but don’t …
  • My Mid-Natural Life Crisis Forced To Get A Protective Style

    My Mid-Natural Life Crisis Forced To Get A Protective Style

    Many women of color rely on protective styles as a way to maximize hair growth and to not have to deal with managing the upkeep of their hair for a period of time. I personally love getting box braids or twists because the extra time in the mornings and the …