Wearing a satin or silk headscarf to bed protects your hairstyle and prevents you from having to deal with knots and tangles in the morning. The protective headwear also helps retain your curls’ moisture and natural oils, protecting your hair from breakage and dryness.
Scarves are not limited to wearing before bed though; you […]
The reason naturalistas wear protective hair styles is to protect their natural hair from any disturbances may these be physical, chemical or environmental.
Hair loss is perhaps the most common problem encountered by African-American women who wear their hair natural.
Many Naturalistas have to deal with ends that are thin, weak, brittle, and that split.
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