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5 Loc Care Myths Debunked

5 Loc Care Myths Debunked

Learning and understanding the truth about locs is important as it debunks the many myths that exist. Give yourself the ability to start and maintain the loc journey you have long imagined, by detaching yourself from these myths that might have...

5 Tips on Caring for Your Starter Locs

5 Tips on Caring for Your Starter Locs

Starter locs, also referred to as “baby locs”, is the first stage of the loc process. The starter loc phase generally lasts between three to six months depending on your hair type or the speed at which your hair grows. Starter locs can be...

How to Confidently Wear Your Natural Hair

How to Confidently Wear Your Natural Hair

Learning how to wear our natural hair confidently is a major part of our natural hair journey. After transitioning for a year, I finally did the “big chop.” I was left with a "teeny weeny afro," also known as a TWA. One thing for sure, I was not...

What is Low and High Hair Porosity?

What is Low and High Hair Porosity?

Did you know that your hair type isn’t the only factor you should consider when trying to find the right products for your hair? Your hair’s porosity is actually a better indicator to help you determine how a product will perform. So, what is hair...

My 4B Hair Wash Day Routine

My 4B Hair Wash Day Routine

I feel like my wash day routine has changed throughout my natural hair journey. It’s OK if your routine changes as your hair needs change. Some people change their routines based on seasons, but because I live in Los Angeles, and the weather is...

How To Determine Your Hair Type

How To Determine Your Hair Type

Determining your hair type can be a bit confusing. The hair type system, created by André Walker and expanded upon by others in the natural hair community, is a way to determine what your curl pattern is. It, along with other factors such as hair...

Does your hair need a trim? Here are 5 signs

Does your hair need a trim? Here are 5 signs

I’m sure you’ve been told at least once in your life that keeping your hair trimmed makes your hair grow. Sorry to tell you, but that isn’t exactly true. Don’t worry though, because while trimming may not make your hair grow, getting regular trims...

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