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Jessicurl Awe Inspiraling Spray - No Fragrance (8 oz.) - NaturallyCurly. A natural, mid-day spray designed to add oomph to droopy curls.

Jessicurl Awe Inspiraling Spray - No Fragrance (8 oz.) - NaturallyCurly

Gives curls a boost when they need a little help making it through. Also good to use on bed head or after a workout. Top Tips for Homemade Flaxseed Gel. This quick, homemade recipe can promote hair growth, give curls shine and definition, provide nourishing Omega 3, as well as being extremely cost effective.

Top Tips for Homemade Flaxseed Gel

With so many benefits rolled into one, this is a must-try recipe for all aspiring Curly Mixologists. Homemade Flaxseed Gel What You'll Need 2 cups of water 1/4 or 1/2 cup of flax seed , depending on how thick you want it to be 1 tbsp of aloe vera gel (optional) 3 drops of essential oil (optional) Strainer (fine mesh) Wooden spoon Bowl or air tight container. Curls Understood™ The Ingredients Every Curly Should Know. We are not all the same.

The Ingredients Every Curly Should Know

I get that. Our curly, coily, and wavy hair thrives from water, natural oils, and low manipulation. 5 DIY Hair Moisturizing Mists for Summer. I absolutely love making my own hair care products at home because it allows the freedom to use exactly what you want to your hair.

5 DIY Hair Moisturizing Mists for Summer

There are tons of different hair mists, styling refreshers and hair moisturizing sprays on the shelves that contain ingredients that your natural hair may not necessarily like or need. A DIY hair mist can contain all the ingredients you want on your hair and none that you don’t and be a custom concoction that’s just perfect for your hair. These commercial hair products contain ingredients that you can easily get your hands on to make hair care products for yourself. Below, I’ll share 5 of my favorite DIY moisturizing sprays that you can try for yourself. Where Curls Come to Life - Naturallycurly. This useful herb’s botanical name is Calendula officinalis and is also known as pot marigold or garden marigold.


It is commonly grown in vegetable garden and should not be confused with the ornamental marigold of the Tagetes genus. It has been used for centuries to heal wounds and skin irritations. Ethnobotany: 5 Recipes to Restore Your Edges. If any of you are like me your concern always lies with knowing all of the additives in your favorite hair care product, and this is where ethnobotanical hair care comes into play!

Ethnobotany: 5 Recipes to Restore Your Edges

Ethnobotany is the scientific study of the interrelations between plants and humans on all varying areas. The area in focus here is hair care straight from the earth. No, I am not saying go outside and start rubbing dandelions and mums on your head, but I will be introducing a few recipes that your tresses will adore! For now let’s focus on natural blends of plants and their accompanying essential oils to restore those thinning edges and lacking napes! These five plants that I will introduce can have beneficial cosmetic properties extracted from every part of the plant, and with their origins spanning the Mediterranean region and the Northern Hemisphere, the different preparations or infusions will give your thinning areas and you a whole new meaning of life! Sage Strengthening Butter Origin: Mediterranean. Naturallycurly. 3 All-Natural Remedies For Thinning Edges.

Written by Fran of As healthy-haired naturals, there are various things we have to stay on top of: moisture levels, minimizing breakage, protective styling and healthy ends, just to name a few.

3 All-Natural Remedies For Thinning Edges

While most of these regimens and techniques cater to our new growth, it’s important to take note of the state of our hair health, overall, to avoid continuing any detrimental habits. One of the biggest concerns we face would have to be the thinning of our fragile edges. How I Moisturize My Waist Length Curls. How I Moisturize My Waist Length Curls. Hooded Dryers, Worth the Investment? Let’s face it, naturally curly hair takes effort.

Hooded Dryers, Worth the Investment?

This is not for the faint at heart, the weary, nor the lazy. If you have worn your natural curls for more than one year, I'd say you deserve the title of Honorary Stylist. Wouldn't you agree? To the curlies who have been sweating to make hair magic happen at home, you could take your hair conjuring to another level by adding a hooded dryer to your magic box. Here are five reasons why you should invest in a hooded dryer. The Deepest Conditioning. Homemade Hair Recipes - Peppermint Pre-Poo - NaturallyCurly. Rating: This pre-poo is seriously amazing!

Peppermint Pre-Poo - NaturallyCurly

Every other pre-poo I have tried left my hair feeling crispy, but this one is golden. My 2C-3A curls are bouncy and beautiful. Have curly, dry hair? Try these DIY tips and home remedies to manage them. 5 Home Frizzy Hair Remedies. Summer weather brings along humidity.

5 Home Frizzy Hair Remedies

In the natural hair community we know that humidity equates to frizzy hair. No bueno. Here are 5 of my incredibly easy DIY recipes to avoid frizz! Check them out below. 1. Carbonated water is a simple solution to this common frizz issue because it has a low pH, which helps the cuticle layer of the hair lay flat. What you’ll need: 1.5 cup coconut water1.5 cup sparkling water.

Hair Rules. 6 Reasons Your Hair is Not Longer. Diving into the natural hair world can be overwhelming at first. 5 Ways to Sleep Without Ruining Your Curls. Everyone talks about catching up on beauty sleep, but it can be hard to actually follow through. When we do manage to get a solid night of rest, we often wake up with a messy curls. With so many activities competing for valuable morning time (e.g. breakfast, getting dressed, Instagram, etc.) caring for our hair sometimes gets overlooked. DIY Gelatin Protein Treatment for Damaged Hair. If you have been experiencing a lot of breakage lately or are trying to recover from heat damage, try this DIY protein treatment. It contains a special ingredient called Hydrolyzed Protein which coats the hair shaft and repairs damage on the outer layers. Hydrolyzed protein is also the main ingredient in the ApHogee Protein Treatment, so this is my homemade version. 5 Ways to Sleep Without Ruining Your Curls. Products for 3C Hair - CurlMart.

Type 3c hair has voluminous, tight curls in corkscrews, approximately the circumference of a pencil or straw. The curls can be either kinky, or very tightly curled, with lots and lots of strands densely packed together. Getting this type of hair to blow dry straight is more challenging than for 3a or 3b, but it usually can be done. The very tight curls are usually fine in texture. Hair Milk Products - CurlMart. Type 3 Hair - Curly Hair. 2 Ways to Use Marula Oil for Shiny, Bouncy Curls. Summer is slowly coming to an end and fall will soon be here. How to Go a Week Without Styling Your Hair. 10 Hottest Ways to Wear Your Crochet Braids. Fall Hair Products and Tips - CurlMart. How to Do a Tea Rinse for Longer, Stronger Hair. Yes, tea isn't JUST for drinking! Who Knew this Food Was a DIY Hair Loss Fighter? Avocado contributes to an array of good health and beauty factors. Curly Summer Series: Chlorine Guide. Summer is about having fun and taking a load off from school, work, or just from the cold.

We are all ready to get our feet wet in the ocean or more so in the pools. Yes, we are more apt to getting into pools during the summer and while that’s fun, it’s harsh on our curls, coils, and waves. The main culprit…chlorine. “Chlorine is the chemical most often used to keep swimming pools and jacuzzis free of bacteria that can be hazardous to humans. Chlorine kills bacteria through a fairly simple chemical reaction.”

Chlorine keeps water’s pH level between 7 and 8 with an optimal level of 7.4.