If you’re a mom, then you’ve probably been through the drama that comes with taking care of your baby or toddler’s hair. Taking care of afro-textured hair on a little one has many frustrations i.e. the child not being interested in sitting still to discovering that their hair goes from neat and tidy to “hot mess” sooner than you thought it would. My daughter’s hair is a tad bit different from mine because her hair is fine and consists of tight curls. However, this doesn’t diminish the fact that it needs just as much attention and moisture as my coarse, kinky, curly
I am a fan of Design Essential products from back when I used to get my hair straightened alot at Too Groovy in ATL. Why? Because my hair was bouncy, shiny, straight and had NO heat damage. Of course when they started their line for natural hair, you know I had to jump on it. I have been using their products now (amongst many other products) for about a year now! Check out their Wash-n-go Tips for ladies who are looking to exploring WNGs: design essentials natural hair Wash-N-Go Shampooing Basics Always detangle from ends to root before shampooing
Written By: Lexi Via Curls, Coils, & Kinks Celebrity stylist Chuck Amos is known for creating fabulous hairstyles on some of the most popular celebrities around. Vanessa Williams, Jordin Sparks, Mary J Blige, Iman, Kelly Rowland–and two of my favorites: Solange and Tracee Ellis Ross, are among his roster. I jumped at the opportunity to be able to ask him general questions about natural black hair and some style tips to achieve some of Tracee Ellis Ross’ hair styles. When someone is transitioning to natural, what are a couple of tips to help them get through the process? Chuck: Be patient and breath!