This product has been the topic of discussion in the natural community. A brush, that is also a blow dryer; and styler? So of course I had to grab it after watching a few Look, whether or not I … Continue reading Revlon Salon One- Step Hair Dryer and Styler
As every woman does, I love to switch up my look now and again. Why not right? I love curls, waves, long, short, kinky and straight … Continue reading Never Get Heat Damage
I’m 29 years old now. I will be 30 next year. I am getting a hair cut on my 30th birthday so I am choosing now to do every crazy drastic thing to my hair. I want no regrets when … Continue reading I Colored my Hair….WTF
I’ve always taken for granted the fact that I’ve never experienced an allergic reaction. I hear the horror stories of children being rushed to the E.R. for ingesting some type of nut or fruit and at times bee-stings are the culprit. Never in my adult life did I think that something as lifeless as synthetic hair, could and would cause an inconceivable pain I couldn’t bare.
After watching many tutorials on how to crotchet my hair I decided to try it out. I stepped into my local beauty supply store and purchased the prettiest curly hair i could find at a reasonable price. I came home, did my best at cornrowing my hair and installed my crotchet style. It felt like an eternity, the installation i mean. In total I spent about 5.5 hours on my hair but due to the fact that I’m a human with kids to tend to, I had many breaks and completed the following day.
Heat damage, split ends, single strand knots, breakage, alopecia, protein overload and many more natural hair terms and words cause every natural hair having, curl defining chick, sleek edge slaying, wash ‘n’ go snatching, boss babe think twice before styling or treating their hair. Why is there so much fear when it comes to the #curlnation. I found myself spending more time “protecting” my hair than actually enjoying it. Tell me what’s the point of having such fierce tresses if one can’t / shouldn’t flaunt them.
After years of trying to find the balance between enjoying my self expression through my hair and keeping said hair, on my head. I have finally figured out how to protect while flaunting.
Today I will focus on the most feared natural hair killer – heat damage.