If you aren’t at least using hair products that contain some natural oils, I think your hair is really missing out. Due to the way that chemical relaxers straighten our hair, it has a tendency to be dry and frizzy. Choosing the right hair products help to ensure our hair is acting its best. And natural oils target those specific issues. With regular use, you will notice an increase in the hair
After longer hair, the next most important thing a girl on a hair journey seeks is thicker hair. And we’ve all seen posts and videos sharing tips for thicker hair. But when you’ve made all the changes to your hair regimen and you’re still dealing with thin hair or the even more frustrating thinning hair, it’s time to dig deeper. When women start noticing hair loss/thinning, the first thing most of us
As I start to rework my current hair regimen, I thought it would be best to document the hair regimen that got me to MBL for those who are still trying to find a regimen that works for them. I went from Shoulder Length to Mid-back Length in 3 years. And even though I’m in the middle of revamping the whole thing this regimen gave me consistent hair growth. It
Over the past few weeks, I’ve been opening up about what’s in my hair product cabinet and sharing my honest opinions about the hair products that are cooped up in there. I know a normal person might have one, two or maybe even three hair products for each category (shampoo, conditioner, protein treatment and leave-in treatments), but you all should know by now– I’m not that person, lol. For me,
Why Protect? The hair products that we use can only do so much to keep our hair on our head and looking healthy. It is important that we take steps to protect our hair from unnecessary breakage. Limiting manual breakage helps with retention, which expedites the results we see from growth. It also ensure that our hair’s potential for fullness/thickness/volume is maximized.
Why Add Strength? You want to add strength, or more specifically protein, to your hair because it adds structure to the hair shaft making it more resistant to breakage and more capable of retaining moisture. Our hair is made up of proteins but chemical treatments and heat tools can deplete it of some of it’s structural components. Protein treatments and/or other hair products containing proteins allow us to reinforce our
Why Add Moisture? Our hair behaves and looks best when it is well moisturized. Our scalp naturally secretes oils to keep the hair moisturized, but daily styling, contact with fabrics, the weather outside, chemical treatments, heat tools and shampoos all deplete the moisture content in our hair. Because of that we have to incorporate moisture into our hair regimen.