How To Combat Hair Loss On A Fully Raw Vegan Diet

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For those of you who do not know what being fully raw vegan is, it is simply choosing to eat your food in its fully raw state with no cooking. The lifestyle is plant based, so that means you would eat fruits, vegetables and nuts primarily. The point of being fully raw is that you Click to continue…

Is Your Conditioner A Dud? Add One Or More Of These 6 Things To Enhance It

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I think it is quite insulting for me to drive all the way to Target because I cannot find ‘the brand name’ conditioner any where else, then I finally find it, I run home to re-wash my clean hair and ruin it because the conditioner has no slip! What!? Le Sigh – Or you finally Click to continue…

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Do You Suffer From Trichotillomania? – Everything You Should Know About The ‘Hair Pulling’ Disorder

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Do you pull your hair out? Well if you are thinking that you might have a problem you just might. There is a medical term for hair pulling known as trichotillomania and research into the causes and how the disorder is treated is still in the early stages. According to some research trichotillomania is a Click to continue…

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The Middle Of My Hair Is Not As ‘Soft’ As The Front And Sides How Do I ‘Fix’ It?


There was a point in my journey when I genuinely believed that the middle of my hair was permanently damaged from the last relaxer I had. When my hair grew out it was as if the middle had a entirely different personality from the back, sides and the crown. The front of my hair has Click to continue…

5 Things You Need To Do Immediately When You Discover That Your Hair Is Breaking


So you are in the bathroom looking high and low for your denman brush that seems to always leave the one spot you have it in on a daily basis. I bring up the denman brush because most time we notice breakage during our detangling session. But if your breakage is severe you will notice Click to continue…

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How Much is too Much Shedding?

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Recently, in our forum, we had a question about shedding, specifically what is considered too much shedding. This isn’t uncommon as a matter of fact; there are countless times that we will see posts with pictures of handfuls of hair with the question. “Is this too much hair to loose when you are detangling?” The Click to continue…

The 5 Anti-Dandruff Foods You Should Eat

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Apparently, there is a healthy way of eating that helps prevent dandruff! This article has a list of the foods that are claimed to be some of the very best anti-dandruff foods nature has to offer to us. 1. Sunflower seeds These tasty seeds have nutrients that contribute to dandruff-free hair. Sunflower seeds have many Click to continue…

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3 Reasons Why Petroleum Gets a Bad Rap


Petroleum is a by-product of crude oil which was first discovered on oil rigs. When the crews dug for and struck oil, the waxy substance would form on the rig and often prevent it from working, that’s when they sought out ways to get rid of it and it was discovered that it caused wounds Click to continue…

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3 Ways You Can Fight Winter Dry Scalp

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We have all had those moments when we have a really bad scalp issues for what ever reason. During the winter time dry scalp and dry skin can be very common for most of us, I know first hand. If you have winter dry scalp flare ups there are a number of things you can Click to continue…

How to Manage Your Scalp Eczema


My first experience with eczema came in 2012 when my son was born. I watched this little person scratch his joints, wrists, legs and arms and after countless doctor appointments and trying a ton of stuff on the market, I finally think we have the one thing that will work for his skin, as long Click to continue…

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8 Reasons You Are Still Not Retaining Length

8 Reasons You Are Still Not Retaining Length

Yes, you read the blog, yes you do protective styles, yes you finger detangle but it’s 2014. You have been natural since 2008 and your hair is still neck length when at full shrinkage and just barely past your arm pits stretched. You watch YouTube, and sexysassy987 has waist length hair now, yet you both Click to continue…

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What Is Stress Related Hair Loss And How To Deal With It

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My mom lost her first child, a boy, when he was just 1 year and 8 months old. With a two year old of my own now, I cannot imagine what that was like for her. Nobody should ever go through the pain of losing a child. It was something we have had to work through as Click to continue…

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Everything You Need To Know About Postpartum Shedding


When I had my first child a few years ago, I wasn’t too bothered by the possibility of losing my hair; in fact, I wasn’t even on a hair journey. On occasion I had heard people complain that they had lost chunks of hair but I just thought it was the off chance. Man was Click to continue…

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5 Ways You Could Be Damaging Your Natural Hair


Natural hair is beautiful and versatile and experimenting with different styles and products is a part of the beauty of natural hair care. Curls, bangs, waves, afros, buns, and twists are just some of the hair styles that you can create. However, if you aren’t careful, you can destroy your hair and cause permanent damage Click to continue…

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Natural Remedies For Cradle Cap

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I wish I had this video when I had my son because his cradle cap was a huge issue for us, I was afraid to shampoo his hair with harsh shampoos I wanted to remain as natural as I could and I never once thought to use a tooth brush. I was waiting for this Click to continue…

5 Clues It’s Time For A Natural Hair Change


Being natural is a beautiful experience but like anything else it has its ups and downs. You must forever evolve with each passing season to find the right products and techniques because the needs of your hair changes as your environment changes. Coupled with that other things like age, stress, pregnancy, are all incidents within Click to continue…

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The Shelf Life Of Hair And How It Relates To Your Trimming Schedule


Apparently like your semi natural food in a can, your hair can have a shelf life. There is a notion that says because hair has a shelf life then it would make sense to trim your hair on a set schedule, like every three months or every six months depending on what your stylist recommends. Click to continue…

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8 Bad Hair Habits We Need To Break

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  We cant even front, we all have those bad hair habits we know we need to break and we know deep down that without these habits our hair would be further along, growth and health wise. If only we would just do exactly what we need to do to achieve our hair goals we Click to continue…

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