It’s October, so we’re feeling witchy! We’re inspired to conjure up some Black girl magic. As we enter the Autumn and winter seasons, let’s take a trip down memory lane and revisit 5 iconic looks that you can recreate with our all-natural products at home. Here are our top 5 hairstlyes for cold weather: Looking for a way to frame your face while keeping your neck warm? Issa Rae’s look for the 44th Annual NAACP Image Awards offers the best of both worlds. Prep your hair and scalp by using BBN’s Moisture Silk Sulfate-Free Shampoo to protect your scalp. Maintain the look with our Hair Too Balm Whipped Butter to control fly aways and keep your tresses as crisp as...
Throw back to 2010 when I did a big chop.. I must say, It was way more than just a hair cut. To me, my big chop represented change, resilience, authenticity and most importantly, acknowledgement and acceptance of myself. I was literally returning to my roots. I know a lot of women have reservations about having short hair. Especially if you grew up in the Christian church, we were taught that long hair was closer to God’s glory. And also that longer hair was more feminine and desirable. My mom put my first relaxer in when I was seven years old. That was her choice, not mine. I was excited about starting over again without chemicals because...
Keeping your natural hair moisturized helps to prevent breakage and retains length. It also helps to define curls and reduces tangling and knots in the hair. But the colder weather can make it more challenging, and we may have to switch up our approach to help our strands maintain moisture.
I used to religiously straighten my curls twice a year, so I could flaunt my length and just change things up for a bit. I moved away from doing this a few years ago, and now it’s been a full two years since I have straightened my hair. I do not miss it. Here’s why.
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