Monday, August 21

Onion Oil for Hair Growth - Grow Your Edges

Have you ever asked someone what can you use to grow your edges and they say Castor Oil? While Castor Oil or Jamaican Black Castor Oil are great, they seem to be the main suggestions. If you have (or haven't) tried them and are still experiencing thin edges, you should give Onion Oil a shot. Not only is it great for your edges, but for your general hair growth as well!
*Keep in mind that you need to drop all of the unhealthy hair habits that caused the thin edges in the first place to see any results. Check out my last post on edges for details.

Let's get into it.

Onions are rich in sulfur and quercetin. Sulfur has antibacterial and antifungul  properties which is

Friday, August 18

Shrinkage, Head Wraps, Melanin and Black Girl Magic

Happy Friday!!!! I just wanted to share a small snippet of  my Instagram posts. 
Have a great weekend and look out for my next post(hint: it will be about one of the below pics). 

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Sunday, August 13

CROWN SECTION soreness, thinning & breakage CULPRITS & SOLUTIONS (part 1 of 2)

This video, created by GreenBeauty on YouTube, is very helpful for those experiencing crown damage, soreness and thinning. I have been there and after paying extra attention(protein, more moisture, sectioning off) to that area, was able to reverse most of the damage. If you're suffering from any of the above, check out this video.

Cliff Notes:
  • Bald Crown Condition is known as Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia (CCCA) 
  • CCCA is the form of scaring Alopecia on the middle section of the scalp that results in hair loss
  • Early symptoms start with soreness, itching and burning in that area of the scalp 

Wednesday, August 9

5 Ways to Deal with Hair Envy

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I'm pretty sure we have all been there before. You know, when you see someones hair and love it a little too much. Then all these thoughts start running through your mind. Wishing your hair looked like hers(or his), thinking of ways to get it that way, not liking your hair anymore or just plain hating on what you see. Does that sound familiar to you? If so, then here are some healthy ways to deal with that hair envy. 

1.) Realize that just because his/her hair is beautiful, it doesn't mean yours isn't. 
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