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By now you've almost surely heard at least one person raving about the benefits of the hot oil treatment for hair. Whether you've dismissed it as a simple fad or got interested, chances are the hot oil hair treatment has stirred your curiosity. If you're pondering whether you should give the hot oil treatment a go, here are some things you should know about it: First off, as stated, there are many benefits that make including a homemade hot oil treatment in your weekly hair care routine regardless of whether you have dry hair or your stan... Read More
African American hair is thicker and coarser so special care is needed for this type of hair. In order to keep the hair looking in good condition you must take good care of your tresses. Deep conditioning is a must if you want your hair to look and feel good. For the deep conditioner to fulfill it's duties you must use it along with heat to allow the conditioner to penetrate the hair. If your hair is dry you might want to use overnight hair treatments in order to make the hair look and feel smoother. There are overnight hair treatment produc... Read More
The upcoming hair trends tend to revitalize the time-tested and old time glam hair designs from the past. Some of the new season bob haircuts preserve the conventional silhouette of this classy 'do, others tend to elaborate the modern hair dressing tendencies perking up the refined structure with surprising twists. The stylish African American bob hair styles below provide you with the best inspiration to highlight the sparkling gloss and resistant texture of your tresses. Pro stylists will advise you to flip through a multitude of styles to... Read More
Decades have passed since Naomi Sims, the first African-American supermodel, made the cover of Life magazine in 1969 and Beverly Johnson was the first black woman on the cover of Vogue in 1974, but African-American models remain underrepresented. Find out more about some of the most successful African-American models, from trailblazers who created new opportunities for younger models to new faces that are making a big impact and represent the new wave in the modeling world. Tyra Banks The first African-Amer... Read More
Classic haircuts as well as modern and cutting edge dos are super-popular this season as well as throughout the year. Considering your preferences for a stylish look skim through the selection of chic 2010 African American hair style trends promoted and envisioned by hair gurus. Also, take into account the length of you locks as well as the impression you wish to create in your entourage. Stylish bangs as well as the rich curly texture of super-sleek softness of your strands will contribute to your brand new look. Choose the cut that best ... Read More
It is a common misconception that hair oil is recommended only to those who have coarse and dry strands. Without doubt the strong nourishing effect of these beauty products have a miraculous effect on the various hair disorders and unpleasant conditions. However professionals include hair oils among the repertoire of must have hair care products for everyone regardless of hair type or texture. Those who neglect the existence of a similar treatment might face some serious deterioration due to the harsh effect of pollution, heat as wel... Read More
Olive oil is one of the most precious natural ingredients used mainly for culinary purposes. Have you ever wondered why women living in southern, Mediterranean countries have such a beautiful, glowing skin and wonderful, thick hair? Olive oil is the key to their secret. This miraculous natural product acts as a great moisturizer, nourishing the skin and the hair. Since it is a natural antioxidant as well, rich in vitamin E, it facilitates the elimination of toxins from the organism. Olive, this tiny green fruit endows us with this pr... Read More
The texture of our hair as well as the thickness of the hair follicle are the factors that determine our hair type. Coarse hair, which is predominant among African American people has a thickness of 100 microns compared to a normal hair type which only has about 90 microns. Although the scalp produces more protective oils than for other types of hair, the tight curls characteristic for this hair type prevent an even distribution of this protective oils, making the hair drier and brittle. As a result many people have difficulty growin... Read More
Dark skinned women are some of the luckiest out there as their amazing exotic skin tones compliment a lot of eye makeup shades. So, are you curious to find out what are the best eyeshadow colors for dark skinned and African American ladies? Here they are! Good Eyeshadow Colors for Dark Skin: Deep Purple Deep purple is one of the best eyeshadow colors for dark skinned women because it compliments their gorgeous deep skin tone without exaggerating. Thus, a beautiful dark-skinned woman will rock a great plum or eggplant ... Read More
Getting the tension just right can be difficult when you’re getting braids, especially at the hairline, but even if your braids end up perfect, you still have to prepare for them and to make sure that you care for your hair correctly. Learn the essential hair care tips for braids, in order to keep your scalp and hair in top shape and avoid any damage or breakage. From simple care tricks to keeping your hair safe while you sleep or work out, here’s what you need to know about braid care. Get Your Hair in Shape Before Braiding ... Read More
While Rachel Dolezal sticks by her identity as “black”, despite her Czech, German and Swedish ancestry, plenty of celebrities have trouble with that label, and aren’t afraid to discuss it publicly, despite social media backlash. Find out more about the celebrities who don’t consider themselves black, and decide for yourself if their reluctance has to do with personal beliefs or with the hope that they’re living in a post-racial world. Here are a few celebrities who reject the “black” label altogether. Raven-Symone After grow... Read More