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More Than a Spot of Tea: Horsetail Tea for Hair Growth

  How many times have we heard the expression “You are what you eat”?  As tired as I am of hearing that phrase, it is so true. What we consume affects how our body functions…our circulation…our productivity…our energy levels and yes our outer appearance (hair, skin, and nails). Sometimes we are so concerned with our exterior […]

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Black Tea Rinses to Combat Shedding

    Black tea rinses have helped me immensely, especially when my hair is going through its routine shedding phase. On average we lose about 100 hairs a day. Although this is common because hair goes through various phases: anagen, catagen, and telogen, then it returns to the anagen phase. This is the life cycle […]

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The LOG Method: Locking in Moisture Using Liquid, Oil and GEL

  The LOG Method Liquid, Oil, Gel To prevent dryness and potential breakage many naturals practice the LOC Method. This is best described as the process of locking moisture in your hair by applying liquid (whether water or a water based leave in) to your hair followed by an oil (coconut oil, castor oil, or […]

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How to Fake the Perfect Wash-n-Go

More often than not when scrolling through Instagram and eyeing your hair crush, you get a sudden case of curl envy. Why don’t my curls pop like this? Or how can I achieve 5th day hair with a hectic schedule? Or I have multi-textured hair, how do I get my curls to pop all over? […]

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Hot vs. Cold: Which is the Best to Wash Your Hair?

I bet some of you never thought about whether or not the water temperature matters when you wash your hair. But au contraire it really does matter. The last thing anyone wants to do is take a cold shower, its probably the most uncomfortable thing ever. However, using cooler water to wash your hair is more beneficial […]

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Pre-Pooing, Is it Really Worth It?

On average you will find the pre-poo process mentioned in many naturalistas’ hair regimens. It is one of the critical processes implemented on a typically long and drawn out wash day. I have to admit to cut down time I rarely pre-poo my hair, often from lack of time or simple laziness.  However, I will […]

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