Wash and gos. They’re practically the epitome of what it means to be natural—the ability to wear your hair in its natural curl pattern as it grows out of your head, amiright? So why is it so many of us have trouble perfecting the style and our wash and gos seem more like wash and no’s? What if I told you anyone—and yes, I do mean anyone (I’m looking at you, you 4c maven), can achieve a defined, juicy wash and go by fixing 5 common mistakes people make when trying to achieve this style? This post goes into those 5 mistakes and how to…
Get a look at how pracaxi oil and murumuru butter perform on type 4 curls, coils and kinks.
Dove has been on a #LoveYourCurls Campaign recently. I love their video noting how curly girls have been conditioned to dislike their curls and highlighting how we can change that! The product line featured is their new Dove Quench Absolute, claiming to improve curl moisture and to enhance definition up to 4X. In this review, I use the full line and we’ll see whether it lives up to its claims!
The third entry in the Things My Transitioning Hair Can Do Series. Another effective way to blend your relaxed ends in with your natural hair!
Okay, okay, I know that I’ve been MIA on the transitioning hairstyles front–I’m sorry!! 🙁 I had a bit of camera and technical troubles, but I think I’m back on track. 🙂 So without further adieu, the first style in the Things My Transitioning Hair Can Do Series is the Satin-Strip Braidout!