It can be tempting sometimes to use our leftover products for our kids. Don't allow yourself to be tempted. There are specially formulated hair products for children which does the job better. They are milder and gentler for your kids. Go for those.
Almost every person with natural hair has experienced shrinkage one way or the other. Is it cause for alarm? Not necessarily. Shrinkage is part of being natural. Some say, shrinkage is an indication of healthy natural hair. Of course too much of everything is bad. If you do experience shrinkage a lot, don't be worried. Try the African threading or banding method to stretch out your hair from time to time.
Let's be honest, dealing with breakage can be frustrating to say the least. For most of us, our hair goals are volume and length. Can we achieve these when we experience breakage? Most likely, no. What do we do then?
Now where do we start from with this one? Typically, massages are done to relieve tension or pain you may feel by rubbing and kneading the soft tissues and joints. Massages go a long way to help us de-stress.
Being a naturalista primarily means one thing, moisture should be your friend. Moisturize day and night. That's the first commandment in the naturals play book. This means spray water or a water-based mist on your hair, apply aleave in lotionand seal in the moisture with hair oil such ascastor oiloravocado oil. Refusing to properly moisturize your hair makes it dry, brittle and susceptible to breakage