Are you looking for inspiration for your next haircut?
First of all, I’m so sorry I’ve been missing for a few weeks. I had several curly hair products I wanted to finish up before testing new styling products.
Do you ever have those mornings where you don’t feel like putting the effort into styling your curls?
This past week, I tried something entirely outside the box.
How often do you trim or cut your curls?
Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) has been used for health purposes since about 400 B.C. It’s one of those natural home remedies that entire books are dedicated to. However, today I am focusing only on hair health. I’ve been seeing the curly girl community posting about ACV rinses and their results. We always have apple cider vinegar around the house. I’ve just been waiting for a morning with a little extra time to try it out. Apple cider vinegar can be used as a natural conditioning rinse. The acidity found in ACV balances the pH levels on your scalp and hair. This helps with dandruff, itchy scalp, hair loss and more. How to make acv rinse Supplies: Organic apple cider vinegar Filtered water Spray bottle or cup Shower Cap To make my curly girl ACV rinse, I combined 2/3 cup filtered cold water with 1/3 cup organic apple cider vinegar. At…
Are you struggling to make it through seven days before washing your curly hair? For a healthy scalp, it’s important to have at least one wash day a week.
A few days ago I posted about my Only Curls London delivery. I fell in love with how feminine the entire package was. I was a couple days away from my wash day so I impatiently waited it out. Thankfully, my wash day just happened to fall on Labor Day Weekend! I had plenty of time to try out the products. Here’s a little info about the company…Only Curls is located in, you guessed it, London! Their goal is to provide curly hair products that have natural, nourishing ingredients to hydrate your hair. Every product is curly girl friendly, contains no sulfates, parabens, mineral oil or paraffin. wash day The first action I take when testing a styling product is to smell it. If I don’t like the scent, it doesn’t touch my hair. Upon opening the Only Curls London creme and gel, I was met with a sweet aroma.…