The Do’s and Don’ts For Low Porosity Hair Care

If you have low porosity hair, you must know how hard it is to get moisture to penetrate your hair strands. Low porosity hair care can get a little challenging. But the good news is, once you know what to do, keeping your hair moisturized does not have to be complicated. All you have to do is follow a few simple steps. Then you will be on your way to beautifully moisturized hair. Your dry brittle hair days will be put behind you for good. Knowing the dos and don’ts for low porosity hair care is the key to beautiful hair. So what is the best way to care for your low porosity hair? Caring for your low porosity hair includes a few simple steps. The list below will go over the dos and don’ts to caring for your low porosity hair. If you incorporate these techniques in your daily regimen, you will have…

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Shea Moisture Low Porosity Line Review

By now I’m sure you are pretty familiar with Shea Moisture products. You’ve either tried some of them, or you’ve seen them at your local beauty store. They are everywhere: Sally’s, Ulta, Target etc… You can’t really miss them. But did you know they also have a low porosity line? Today I’m here to talk about the Shea Moisture low porosity line. I briefly spoke about it in my previous post. But I wanted to do an official review for you! I believe this line came out late 2015 early 2016, but I only found out about it a couple of months ago browsing their website. I never did anything about it since I was still transitioning. But, I found out that my hair has low porosity after the big chop, so in came the low porosity products from Shea Moisture. After cutting my relaxed ends, I started having trouble finding the right products…

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Natural Hair Queen Kerone

Welcome back ladies to our weekly edition of “Share your natural hair journey” where each week one of our lovely queens shares her journey to natural hair with us in the hopes to inspire and empower you. You previously got introduced to Chloe, Leidy, Aneka. This week I am please to introduce to you Kerone from the blog Lumynex09. Kerone and I connected on twitter and she is very excited sharing her story with you guys. So without further ado, here is what Kerone had to say about her natural hair journey! 1. Tell us about you. What is your name and where are you from? Hi my name is Kerone, I was Born in Jamaica, grew up in Albany, NY. Now I reside in Atlanta, GA. 2. Are you fully natural or still transitioning?  Yes. I am completely natural. 3. What made you decide to go natural? I decided  to go natural because I no…

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1 Thing Every Newly Natural Should Know

First of, let me start by saying I finally did the big chop! No more transitioning, I am officially a member of the natural hair community! After 5 long months of transitioning, I finally decided to chop my relaxed ends off.  It was a very exciting moment for me. I believe the big chop was the best decision I could have made. In my excitement as a newly natural, I thought I had covered all my bases. After all I have very little hair to manage. How hard can it be, right? I quickly realized that I was wrong. There is one major thing I did not know: my hair porosity level and how it affected me. The truth is taking care of your newly natural hair doesn’t have to be difficult. But if you don’t have the proper knowledge to do so, it will be the most frustrating thing you’ll get to do.  That’s…

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Natural Hair Queen Aneka

Welcome back ladies to our weekly edition of “Share your natural hair journey” where each week one of our lovely queens shares her journey to natural with us to inspire and empower you. I previously shared with you the stories of Chloe and Leidy. This week I have the pleasure to introduce to you Aneka from modernsoulsista. I found Aneka through her blog and loved what she had to offer. I just felt like I had to have her share her natural hair journey with you guys. And here she is! Tell us about you. What is your name and where are you from? I am Aneka, and I’m originally from Virginia (DMV) area, but I grew up in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Are you fully natural or still transitioning? I am fully natural. What made you decide to go natural? I became more interested in natural hair my senior year of high school, but I…

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