We Love Felicia Leatherwood Month – Natural Hair Tips and Strategies from the Natural Hair Master
I recently attended an event featuring celebrity natural hair stylist Felicia Leatherwood and learned lots of great tips direct from the leading expert in the field of natural hair care.
Felicia generously shared her views on:
- How to retain your natural hair’s moisture balance
- Preventing hair breakage
- Her favorite natural hair products and hair care routines
- Co-washing versus shampooing
And so much more!
I took copious notes so that I can share these natural hair nuggets with our loyal Natural Haircare News readers! During the month of March, I’ll be sharing snippets of Felicia’s wisdom on these topics so stay tuned!
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