Everything we've learned about looking after our natural hair keeps pointing back to the golden rule: That more moisture is good for our curls. So, going by that theory.. More humidity in the air is good, right?
Well, it might not be so clear-cut for us Naturalistas. Humidity can be a bit of a tricky one to navigate, as it can affect natural hair in different ways, depending on your curl type and characteristics. For some of us, humidity can bring a welcome boost of volume and dimension to our hair... But for others, it can unleash a world of frizz we never knew existed. Here's how to navigate the humidity for your natural hair type!
With temperatures rising and the sun shining, our legs have been making some cameo appearances... But with summer just begun, they’re suddenly the star of the show! To feel absolutely confident to flaunt our pins in those floaty floral dresses at cocktail hour, and when we’re laid out soaking up some sun in a fun swimsuit poolside, we’re bringing out the big guns with the ultimate tips for our best summer legs ever.
Join me in discovering our softest curls ever with my Wash-N-Go tutorials!
I hope you’re getting as much out of this experiment as I am, and enjoying the evolving ride that goes into decoding our hair. Together we’re learning the best techniques to make our hair look incredible, by honing our at-home styling skills!
If you’re still hopelessly devoted to chemical processes in the pursuit of perfect hair... We can’t miss this opportunity to give you a bit more convincing to come over to the curly side with us. Not only are the curls, coils and kinks that God gave us a powerful expression of our culture and beauty, but they’ve got our backs when it comes to our overall health as women.
Those chemical straighteners and relaxers are causing so much more damage than just to the structure of our hair- They’re also incredibly dangerous to our health too.