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Taking Care of Your Edges

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Taking Care of Your Edges
Tight braids, twists and styles that generally pull so hard on your edges is the major cause of thin edges. Using too many styling tools such as hair glues on your edges also causes it to thin over time. If care isn't taken, you develop a condition known as traction alopecia which becomes very difficult to grow back but not impossible. 

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Let's Talk About Natural Hair Shrinkage

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Let's Talk About Natural Hair Shrinkage
Interestingly, our hair shrinks when it loses moisture. To an extent shrinkage is more of an alarm blower to let us know it's time to hydrate our hair. It also aids us in identifying our hair porosity or how well our hair retains moisture. So shrinkage isn't such a bad thing afterall.

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Help! My Hair is Dry

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Help! My Hair is Dry

Natural hair is susceptible to being dry by its nature. However, we engage in certain hair care practices that can further worsen how dry natural hair gets. Let's explore in this post, things we can do to lessen how dry our hair gets Avoid shampooing your hair everyday If you're used to shampooing your hair every day, endeavour to wash your hair once a week. Using shampoo every day can strip your hair off its natural oils resulting in dryness. Your choice of shampoo is also very important. Use shampoo that is very gentle on your hair such as the...

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Reuse and Refill - It's Time for a Change

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Reuse and Refill - It's Time for a Change
Any move to reduce waste is positive, no matter how little it is perceived. By using the refill packs instead of the bottles, you help reduce CO2 emissions by 70%. Your effort towards reducing waste does not go unnoticed. 

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Hair breakage - What are you doing wrong?

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Hair breakage - What are you doing wrong?
Yes we know you want to see how long your hair is. There are other ways of doing that without 'burning' your hair away. Try using African threading or banding instead of constantly applying the hot iron or curler. If you must absolutely do this, then please use a heat protectant. Don't leave any chances. 

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