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13
Feb

Different Methods to Encourage Growth

One thing most curly haired curls have in common is shrinkage. Shrinkage happens across all curl types but is most noticeable with tighter textures.Even though curly hair is actually longer than appears, most of us want length at all times. It happens with all curly textures but its most noticeable with those who have 3B through 4C textures, as they are tighter than any other curl types. It can take your hair months, even years for it to reach its...
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20
Jan

5 Best Practices for Curly Hair in a Work Environment

In an artistic business big hair is more than welcome. But we don’t all work in a creative space.The existing debate whether curly hair is appropriate for a work environment makes it difficult for those who are unapologetic about their natural hair. Some feel curly/natural hair is too “loud” for an office environment, let alone an interview for your dream job. How many people with curly hair can relate? You find yourself slicking your hair back or blow drying it...
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10
Jan

Winter Curl RX

The dreaded dry out is upon us. Once the heat goes on a north eastern winter brings a whole new set of problems with it. Fly aways, split ends and less than voluminous crowns of curls can be less than flattering. Not to mention having to rip through the tiny fairy knots that lock themselves in. They never seem to be relieved until the scarves come off. If you have 3 minutes– Get it looking hydrated………. Polishers can help keep...
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06
Jan

Am I ready for a Transition? And Can I Color?

Transitioning from heat-damaged, chemically over processed hair can be a lengthy, overwhelming process, but if you take the right steps to achieve healthy hair it doesn’t have to be as treacherous. Transition [tran-zish-uh n, -sish-] Word Origin noun 1. movement, passage, or change from one position, state, stage, subject, concept, etc., to another; change: Applied to the curly world its getting back to your TRUE state, allowing your curls to flourish and do what they were naturally meant to do....
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14
Nov

Safe Ways to Add Heat to Your Curls

Adding heat to curly hair is a big risk- in fact, it is such a risk that your curl pattern might be altered when you wash it again. However, the risk level lowers when you use caution and don’t add heat frequently. For those who are transitioning from damaged hair, heat use isn’t recommended but if you do choose to add heat, it should only be done at least once a month. Many people who are transitioning don’t feel 100%...
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03
Nov

Different Curl Types and How They Work

  Different Types of Curls and How They Work For every person with curly hair, each one has a unique curl type. Sometimes for one person, there’s more than one curl type in their hair. Some of these curls can be in the 1 range, which are much looser curls than those in the 4 range. The 1 range consists of straight and fine hair meaning it is thin and does not curl on its own. The 4 range includes...
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19
Oct

Different Ways to Protect Your Curls While You Sleep

Small Braids For those who desire a wavier look, braiding your hair at night will definitely do the trick. Similar to the two-strand twist method, first apply a refreshing product to your hair to make it damp. Next, divide your hair in 8-10 sections and  braid every section. If you want to still show some of your natural curl pattern, looser braids will do the job. For tighter waves, tighter braids will give you the exact result you are looking...
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03
Oct

Different Ways to Manipulate Your Curls

Different Ways to Manipulate Your Curls   Coiling Coiling is a great method for those who like springier, defined curls. It’s a really simple process which only requires four steps. First you wash your hair, add a styling product of your choice, grab the selected amount of hair you desire and twist it using your index finger. Repeat until you have gotten to every strand of your hair or you can also coil the desired section. This method can also...
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