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.