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How To Fix Heat Damaged Hair—Curly Edition

How To Fix Heat Damaged Hair—Curly Edition

When it comes to severely heat damaged hair, there’s no reversing time.

Using heat styling tools like flat irons and blow dryers too often will gradually lead to hair damage, making your curls lose shape and look unruly.

While you can’t reverse severe heat damage, there are steps you can take to heal your hair to a certain extent, putting a stop to further damage and making it look smooth, lustrous, and bouncy again.

Try these ideas to rehabilitate your curls after a heat-styling binge.

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The Best Hairstyle for Multicultural People

Looking for professional hair tools with secure combs?
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3 Biggest Misconceptions Regarding Ethnic Hair Growth

3 Biggest Misconceptions Regarding Ethnic Hair Growth

You’ve probably heard it all before: “trim your hair often if you want it to grow” or “ethnic hair grows slow.” These misconceptions have existed for as long as we can remember; so long, in fact, that we’ve accepted them as scientific truth.

But trust us when we say that there is a lot of fake news out there regarding hair growth for ethnic and multicultural hair. To help you differentiate fact from fiction, we’ve compiled a list of the biggest misconceptions that people have.

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Signs Your Hair Has Low Porostiy

Hair porosity is your hair's ability to absorb and retain moisture. Hair that has low porosity doesn't absorb moisture easily.
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4 Hottest Hairstyles For Curly Men

4 Hottest Hairstyles For Curly Men

Managing naturally curly hair can get hard; occasionally, it feels like you’re dealing with a tangling curse that you didn’t ask for and one that you don’t have the time or patience to fix. But there are some very serious advantages to having a curly head. 

Curls give any hairstyle natural volume and texture without a lot of products or effort. So if you need some style inspiration for your curly mess, here are some of the sexiest hairstyles for ethnic curly-haired men.

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A History Lesson on the Afro

A History Lesson on the Afro

Remember the 70s when African Americans had a head full of gloriously huge hair?

Down in the Bronx, despite the raging violence against Black people, it was jazz and the Afro that kept the Black community strong in the face of brutality and oppression in the United States.

The popular hairstyle Afro emerged in the late 1950s, alongside the Civil Rights Movement that demanded equal rights of citizenship for Black people living in America. Hence, the origin of the Afro was amidst a politically charged environment.

Let’s take a look at the significance of this unique Black hairstyle and whether it holds the same weight today as it did back in the day.


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How to Take Care of Box Braids: A Guide

How to Take Care of Box Braids: A Guide

Box braids are a signature style for several Black men and women alike. Not only do they have historical connotations related to the African-American identity, but they also work as a protective hairstyle to maintain the healthiness and natural texture of Black hair.

Since there are not many products available in the market that cater to the needs of Black hair, let’s take a look at how you can take care of box braids, to keep them looking fresh, healthy, and utterly glamorous!

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The Gaping Gap in the Hair Care Market

The Gaping Gap in the Hair Care Market

Experiment and walk down the aisle of your local drugstore and a supermarket with a pencil and a notebook. Write down the number of hair care products you can find in the aisle—is it less than three among what seems like a thousand?

From treatment for dry hair to hair masks for oily hair, you will find everything there can be found for hair, except for one glaring omission—Black hair care products.
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