Big Chop vs Transitioning: Which One’s Right for You?

Big Chop vs Transitioning

I can officially write a post like this with an unbiased opinion, I transitioned for a year and 3 months and I have just big chopped! Yaay! Deciding to start a natural hair journey can be scary- really scary. You know that embarking on a hair journey will mean cutting off relaxed or damaged ends, […]

4 Tips for Surviving Your First Year Natural

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Some naturals find it very difficult to make it to there one year napaversary.  Here a few tips that can help you regain your composure and keep growing natural. Love it and it will grow Your hair, is yours. Love it. Take care of it. Find time to deep condition it, moisturize it and seal […]

Is Long Term Transitioning for You?

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Every hair journey is a commitment. Whatever your hair goals are, they play a part in what kind of hair journey you choose to embark on. When I made the decision to return back to my natural hair from a relaxer, I had two options: big chop or transition. Transitioning means growing out your natural […]

DIY: Soft and Moisturizing Hair Spray

Soft and Moisturizing Hair Spray

If you have dry or damaged hair I promise you this will be the key to getting softer hair while adding moisture! I use this spray for absolutely everything. It’s perfect for every hair type. I use it for styling, moisturizing and just to give my hair some love. I have natural/curly hair and it […]

How to Maintain Box Braids and Senegalese Twists

Box Braids and Senegalese Twists

To be honest, I love protective styling. I hate dealing with the two different textures in my transitioning hair sometimes, and protective styles help me blend them while keeping my hands out of my hair. When I was a kid though, I literally had no idea how to keep my braids looking fresh. They would […]

Skin & Hair: 10 Tips For Cold Weather Care

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Via Mo Knows Hair & Amber: Your skin and hair require different care from season to season. Hydration, protection and repairing treatments and techniques become increasingly important as temperatures drop. As we head into fall and winter, use the tips in this video to help you revitalize your skin from summer damage and protect and […]

3 Simple Steps For Longer Hair In A Year

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You’ve been working on getting your hair longer, right? You deep condition, you trim, you keep it natural…BUT NOTHING WORKS! But if you follow these steps, some physical and some not, then your hair will definitely reach a substantial amount of growth in just one year. Come to terms that your current routine is not […]

4 Protective Styles for the Winter

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Since I’ve started my natural hair journey, I’ve noticed that I never really wear my ends out. I don’t like looking at the difference between my natural roots and my relaxed ends. I’ve also been too lazy lately to blend the two with styles like twist outs and braid outs (I haven’t mastered them yet!). […]

Travel Tip: Bring Your Own Shampoo

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When traveling via plane, it is very easy to cram your suitcase full of clothes, and then race over to your toilet bag and decide there is not enough room to bring your huge bottle of shampoo and conditioner. Technically, you could just use the stuff at the hotel, right? WRONG. Shampoo and conditioner at […]

RegenePure: For Damaged Hair

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Just a few days back we looked at some of the causes and prevention methods of damaged hair. But what if its too late for you? If you’re already dealing with damaged hair, then turn to RegenePure.     RegenePure is a shampoo that does what most will do, and some. RegenePure not only washes […]