Friday, August 12, 2011
Wash n go's are very popular in the natural hair community. Everyone has a different way of doing and styling their hair. Each person has different textures and curl sizes. How do you "perfect" your wash n go? What is your technique? Texture? Curl size? What products do you use? Come on and dish those details!
Posted by ANGEL at 4:09 PM
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Hey ladies! I know that everyone has there own personal view of what natural hair is and/or means to them. Some people believe that if you color your natural hair, you are no longer considered natural. Do I agree? Most certainly not! I have colored my hair numerous amounts of times, but I do not suggest that anyone go the route I did.
I had the misconception that because I was natural, my hair was not capable of being damaged by color. I was, well, what you call...WRONG! I colored my hair so much! Applying permanent color over top of permanent color monthly. So you can imagine how dry my hair was, but it was still growing and I had plenty of length, but it was damaged.
I did a second big chop on June 4, 2011 to rid my hair of all its damage. I am taking much better care of my hair and have so much wisdom I would like to share with others about healthy hair and coloring. With all that being said, I am not against anyone coloring their hair, but I suggest using caution, and not being excessive with color.
Once your hair is damaged, sometimes it doesn't matter what you do to it, you can't undo the damage. I am considering coloring my hair again, but I will think it through before I make any decision.
So what do you ladies think? How do you feel about coloring natural hair? Have you colored your hair before? What was your experience?
Posted by ANGEL at 12:57 PM