Everyone who is born in the world have “natural hair”. If it grows out of your head and you do not do anything to alter it in any kind of way, then you are natural...haha! All of us have to do something to our hair in order for it to look presentable in public. Of course you don’t want to wake up and go. All of us will have to comb, brush, add spray, oil, gel..etc to the hair in order for it to look the way we want it to look. But in the Black culture our hair is a tad bit more high maintenance, and can really sometimes be a headache. I am sorry, maybe I am not supposed to say that, but it is. I love my hair and wouldn’t change it for the world, but sometimes it is bothersome.
This is pretty different from my normal hair blogs, but I want to get across that having the ultimate healthy hair encompass a healthy lifestyle. It is not just about what you put on your hair but also how you treat your body, but you can’t go wrong with great products...haha
Moms have a hard time fitting in exercise. That seems like the least important thing on our to do list. There are parent teacher conferences, after school programs, PTA board meetings, extra curriculum activities, preparing dinner, washing clothes, ironing school clothes, making lunches.. Ok, so you get it, the list goes on and on. Mom has a mommy to do list and a wife to do list, plus work a full time job. When can we actually exercise? The answer is, find out what works for you.
How to rid dry scalp.
Dry scalp is a scalp issue that can be remedied pretty quickly. Dry scalp consist of dry patches and a tightening on the scalp which will cause dandruff, mild itching may occur. Dry scalp comes from lack of moisture, in which simple acts to your hair care regimen can quickly rid it once and for all. Here are some simple steps you can take to get rid of dry scalp...
It seems as if the new craze are rod sets, and yes I have jumped on board. I will discuss why I prefer rod sets over twist-outs, but first let me discuss how I maintain my rod set.
I'm not new to rod sets, I used to do them all the time when I wore my hair straight, but since being curly, I haven't really thought about it. But my hair has been short, so, I guess that is the reason. It has been growing out really good, and since I was protective styling during the winter I didn't realize how long it has gotten, even though I trimmed my hair back in January. I have a problem with ends and always feeling the need to cut them, I like straight ends, but that is a story for a different day...lol