It gets increasingly difficult when harsh chemicals are used to alter its natural structure, for example coloring. Here are a few tips to help to moisturize our kinky, curly, coily strands and ensure that with all the damage we do to our curls that they keep bouncing back
Lottabody has been around for years. They started with a setting lotion that was like hair magic for relaxed hair, so when they came out with their Love products for moisturising your natural hair, I just had to do a Lottabody Product Review. The products I will be reviewing is the Shape Me Custard Gelee, Moisturize Me Curl & Style Milk and Love Me 5-n-1 Leave-In Treatment. Let’s dive right in, you can continue reading or watch the video below. Don’t forget, if you are new natural start your journey here
So as you know by now Bawn Natural is on YOUTUBE as Lifestyle by IC-Ta (Iceta)!!! Yes, girl, we buss the place! So now you can get visual demonstrations for most of the info on the blog, cool huh? We are starting with a DIY Spritzer for Low Porosity Natural Hair and if you don’t understand porosity, read all about it here. So here goes guys, please SUBSCRIBE and thumbs up. Thank you all for your support. Please give feedback.
So this is post three in the Love Your Hair Series and I hope you guys have already read the other two. Read Series #1 here and Series #2 here. This one is about 10Natural Hair tools you cannot live without. We are getting deeper into learning to Love Your Natural Hair, remember it’s about understanding what you need and how to use your knowledge to manipulate your hair in styles that you love.
Here are 9 tips that can help to add moisture to low porosity hair!
Love Your Hair Series is designed to give you tips to ensure you understand your natural hair and learn to love it.
Yaaas girl it’s all about the deets on NEWDS for us dark sisters!!! So The hunt has been on for the best nude shades that can fit. I know I know, you’re saying that black girls can’t and should wear nudes *side eye* like WHUT! Naw you didn’t say that ama let that slide!
I was told recently not to refer to my hair as Nappy as it is a bad word used to describe black women with natural hair, I was like WAAAT!!! I have to just set the record straight and give you all 5 Ways to Love Your Natural Hair. Lemme school ya….According to the Urban Dictionary Nappy is: Tightly coiled / curled unaltered hair. Coiled hair in its natural state as found on people of African descent who do not chemically alter their hair texture
We Be Strobing To The Mooooon! That term is used by most beauty enthusiasts, it’s a term used for highlighting your cheekbones to the GODS! The hunt to find a good highlighter for women of colour is still ongoing but needless to say, the beauty industry is listening and they have made a few. So today I will “Review of Inglot Sparkling Dust on Dark Skin.”
I know this is not usually you the email you get from a Natural Hair and beauty blogger. However, in light of the inclement weather I think it’s only fitting I pass on some knowledge that has helped me and my family through many hurricanes and storms in the caribbean