Relaxed Hair Journey
I've talked to several hairstylists over the years to get some advice on taking care of my relaxed hair. Some of them were more forthcoming than others with their tips. Here are 5 tips that were shared with me. There were several more but these were the common tips among all of the stylists.
Extra or as it’s more popularly known, excessive hair shedding is when more hairs than usual are shedding. In lots of cases, excessive shedding is a temporary occurrence. Many times though this can be an indication of some type of issue. So it’s important to keep an eye on it so excessive shedding doesn’t turn into hair loss. What can we incorporate into our relaxed hair regimens to help our hair shed less? Click this pin to find out. #relaxedhair #relaxedhaircare #healthyhair
Have you been losing some of your relaxed hair? Have you been seeing more hair shedding than normal? The first thing you'll need to determine is whether this is excessive hair shedding or hair loss. Check out this blog post for more info.
I’ve had my first relaxer touch-up of the year and I want to share with you how it went. Watch this video to see how my hair turned out, what I did to prepare for the touch-up, and my plans for my hair during my next relaxer stretch.
If you have high porosity relaxed hair, your hair lacks shine, or need to restore the balance of your hair and scalp you should consider doing an apple cider vinegar hair rinse. It can help with all of those things and more.
Natural oils can be a great addition to a relaxed hair regimen because of the benefits they provide, they have multiple uses, and they are easy to get. If you'd like to start using natural oils in your relaxed hair routine watch this video as I'm sharing the 4 natural oils that I use on my relaxed hair and how I've added them to my relaxed hair routine.