Complete Hair Care Guide for Black Hair

The structure and appearance of natural black hair are different from other type of hair. Each different types of hair need to be treated differently and black hair is not an exception in this regard. It is not necessary that what works for long straight hair will do the same for your dry and curly black hair. Just like not every foundation suits every skin tone so does the hair care products and hair care routine. Continue reading

Natural Ways to Condition Black Hair

The growth of black hair seems to be slow but in reality it is nothing like that. Due to shrinkage, black hair usually looks shorter than the original length.  Hair shrinkage happens due to the curvy hair follicle which prevents the sebum (oil) secreted by the sebaceous glands to reach the scalp and travel across the length of the hair. This is why black hair lacks moisture leading to extremely dry scalp and also dry hair. Continue reading

Stop Hair Shrinkage and Enjoy Stretched Hair

Natural curly and wavy hair mostly has the problem of hair shrinkage. It means irrespective of the original length of hair it will always look shorter. This mainly happens as natural curly hair is extremely dry by nature and thus it is difficult to styles them. People with natural curly hair often try different hair care products to get the much desired length so that they can style their hair in different ways. Instead of products, there are also some methods that can stretch the hair.

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Vitamin C- A Necessary Substance for Hair Growth

Due to unhealthy diet plan and hectic lifestyle, there are many people who do not realize that good nutrition is important to enjoy healthy body and better hair growth. Just like our body our hair also needs different types of vitamins to enjoy healthy, shiny, thick and bouncy hair. Of all the vitamins, it is the Vitamin C that is highly beneficial for the overall growth of your hair. Continue reading

Know the Difference between Hair Fall and Hair Breakage

When we notice hair on our pillow, shower or on our clothes, we generally come to the conclusion that it is hair fall. It is a very obvious thought as it is been found in a research that 80% of hair loss is from the root. But is it so in your case also? Well, not necessarily as it can be the problem of hair breakage instead of hair fall. Let’s find out the difference between hair fall and hair breakage. Continue reading