Most parents of young girls will tell you that it’s a tough battle between style, manageability and cleanliness when it comes to hair care these days for their daughters. This time of year, most girls today are out there .
Brrrrr…the artic has not yet released its grip on us here in the South, regardless of what the groundhog said, and so many of us are looking for skin and hair care tips to help us survive the brutalities .
Our friend the groundhog did us a favor on Groundhog Day when he informed us of our early spring! Just in the nick of time if you’re a curly girl battling winter dryness for your natural hair. If you’re .
So, you’ve made it through the holidays, and for those of us here in the South, we’ve avoided “Snowpocalypse 2016” thus far, but still, we find winter wreaking havoc on our hair and skin. It’s tough to maintain moisture .
It’s a New Year, and as women, we’ve all got lots of resolutions on how to improve our lives and ourselves. From diet to exercise, many of us resolve to improve our overall health, but what about improving the .
Who doesn’t love an adorable little girl all dressed up for a special occasion in her best dress and her hair styled just right? The one doing the hair care, that’s who! Just kidding, but as busy parents, we .
Fall is most definitely here in Atlanta and it’s time you start thinking about how you’re going to maintain and show off your healthy hair during the drier months. Fall and winter’s lack of humidity can cause a moisture .
Protective styles are characterized by closed or tucked ends,allowing for the oldest part of the hair to be protected from daily manipulation in an effort to promote healthy hair. Some women wear protective styles to give their hair a .
It seems everyone has their own set of hair care tips and recommendations when it comes to taking care of their little girl’s hair. Probably because it can be a daunting task that can make a grown man crynot .