Regimen Advice

If you suffer from dry hair then chances are by the time you wash your hair on the weekend and you head towards mid week your hair will be dry. If you have high porosity hair then this is especially true for you. It helps to have a plan for...
The other day I had a question from a reader who wanted to know - is there any way she can get her hair soft because she knows she has 'hard hair' just based on her hair type. My first thought was, how is this myth still a thing? And...
Straightening your hair is no easy feat. And when you're doing it for the first time, navigating through all the steps can be intimidating--especially when you're natural. There may be a lot of steps involved, but they're all pretty simple and easy to follow. We know that it can be...
After a particularly extreme stalking session specifically in some of the natural hair groups, I noticed a theme! There were at least 10 women expressing concern over breakage and some of them had recently big chopped. From a common sense perspective if you just cut your hair you probably...
When I share what this ritual is, some of you are probably going to say this was click bait, because it is such a simple routine. The thing is much of what we think about hair growth and thicker healthier has more to do with mindset and focus than...
Back in the day when natural hair was starting to really come on board as a thing there was a huge buzz around Behentrimonium Methosulfate which is a detangling ingredient often found in conditioners. Behetrimorium methosulfate is is also known as BTMS, (Behenyl Trimethyl Ammonium Methosulfate and Docosyltrimethylammonium Methyl Sulphate)...
Main points 1. Invest in a hair steamer - A q-redew will change your life! 2. Hot oil treatments 3. Wash your hair 4. Mist your hair with water before applying butters or oils
When I do surveys on my audience, most of you tend to have very kinky hair to really curly hair and when I saw Andrea's curly hair hack video I wondered if her hacks would work for all of us even though her hair is a looser texture. Well, I...
Technically wash and go season is during the Summer months but because it has been abnormally warm most of us have started the process early. Wash and go's for me were a staple for a long time especially early in my hair journey because my hair was shorter and...
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These days we are hearing the terms 'fake news' and 'alternative facts' being thrown around in just about every conversation. We all know the details surrounding the use of those terms and many of us on social media have had some fun coming up with our own "alternative facts"...
We all have rituals and as we get older we get a little bit more anal about making sure that they happen regardless of what might be going on in our lives. In my opinion, we should all have hair rituals! Hair rituals are things we do to our hair...
Let's be clear, the As I Am DoubleButter Cream  is 100% bae in my opinion and a staple in my regimen. I use the butter to seal my ends, for twist outs, for braid outs and for my long term loose twists which I seem to have a thing for...
My favorite thing about being natural is hands down the versatility. I can rock my fro and the next day have a simple and casual braid bun. I can even dye my hair pink and have a cute twist out if I wanted to! The options are really limitless,...
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For those of you who are new to natural hair lingo, TWA refers to "Teeny Weeny Afro" and it is that really cute stage of your natural hair journey when your natural hair is just starting to grow out. I love this stage of the journey because it signifies a...
Water-only washing is exactly what it sounds like: washing your hair with nothing but water. Now I know this sounds a little bit crazy--and let's be real, it sounds like it could be gross--but the method has it's benefits. I tried water-only washing for the first time this year and...
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