If you think there are lesser hair care products available for Black women, you are in for a surprise! Unfortunately, Black men are also at the receiving end of this gaping disadvantage.
Love styling your textured hair but are afraid of the heat damage that comes with it? We’ve got you covered! With this simple and easy hairstyling guide, you can avoid brittle strands, dry hair, and split ends while continuing to use professional hair dryers.
Natural hair has long been subjected to racial biases and discrimination. So much so that many African Americans don’t quite know how to sport their kinky hair in its natural state and style it.
Textured hair is more than just a hair type. It also reflects the history of an entire community and is an integral part of their identity.
Your hair is an important part of your identity. How you choose to carry your natural curls defines your personal style and amplifies your self-image.
As warmer days usher in, it seems like the perfect time to try out some updos for your long, glorious mane. Whether you’re a guy trying their luck with the perfect “man bun" or you’re a woman simply wanting to switch up your look, here are some quirky hairdos that work for all kinds of ethnic hair.
Curly hair is a sight to behold. Vivacious locks can change your entire look and make you seem more confident and appealing—naturally.
We live in a world where all things natural are a rarity. However, ethnic women and men are blessed with some of the most beautiful hair textures that don’t need any fancy products to style.
Are you waking up 2 hours before leaving your home for work every day just because you need to fix your unruly hair?
As common as hair breakage is, not many of us know what to do about it. Some of us have accepted hair breakage as the new normal.
Curly hair can get real knotty; especially this time of the year. It’s humid and damp which makes your already natural hair go ballistic with knots!
As you walk down the streets of your hometown, if you’re not making heads turn with your hair game; you’re not playing right! Multicultural ethnic hair may be coarse but the one thing it ain’t is boring! Step up your game, with easy-to-do yet totally fresh hairstyles for your curls!
Your Afro is your crown jewel; quite literally! Therefore, you should always celebrate it with extra care and love and with the new multicultural “Jewel of a Hair Tool” you can make it happenHowever, most of us don’t cherish the wild beauty that sits on our heads and end up damaging it. If you don’t want your Afro to meet that horrible fate, you better step up your game this year and adopt the following Afro hair care habits to keep your curls intact and fresh!
Every time you visit your hairstylist; they always talk about how your hair porosity is the reason your hair is the way it is. You usually nod you head along; but we know none of that hair care mumbo-jumbo makes sense to you. So what is hair porosity anyway, and why should you care about it? Let us tell you:
If we had a community or group for damaged hair, pretty sure it’d be a fro’ternity. After all, damaged and unruly hair is a common problem with multicultural hair people.
There are days when you wake up in the morning with perfect hair. Then there are days when you have to attend an event and your hair impulsively decides to make its own plans.
Let’s just get one thing out of the way: curly hair takes time to manage but it sure looks incredible!
As African American and Multicultural people you’re already aware of the perks of having curly hair: beautiful locks, thick hair, and the liberty to get creative with hairstyles.
It could be your hair’s natural texture and a lack of protective oils. Or it could be because you’ve been skipping essential glasses of water for a long time now.
Whatever the cause may be, the result is the same. Your once-gorgeous, luscious hair is losing its shine. What’s worse, it’s getting damaged, and it shows!
One of the main problems with having multicultural hair is that you can’t seem to find products (or time) to take care of your hair. It’s easier to tie it in a bun during the week than it is to wash, condition, and blow-dry it.
While those beautiful, shiny curls may look effortlessly
gorgeous, there goes a lot of effort and work behind maintaining multicultural
hair. When it comes to caring for and maintaining the health of mix-race hair,
it’s a whole different ballgame altogether. Mix-race hair care is more than
just a simple beauty routine; it’s a part of exploring the multicultural
experience and embracing your own standard of beauty.