Whether you like a natural look or natural looking hair, before you can achieve either of those things healthy hair needs to be established. However, I'm sure you all know that it's not the easiest of things to do; we all come in different shapes and sizes and hair is no exception. Back in 2011 Cipriana (of Urbanbushbabes.com) published an article using information from ehow.com and documented the experience she had with different products. Her experience has shed light on certain ingrediants commonly used in popular shampoos such as Aloe Vera and Coconut Milk. Check out the informative piece below to see if what worked for Cipriana could work for you!
Life & Style
Dressing for Success
What does it mean to dress for success? Does it mean wearing designer labels worth thousands of dollars or wearing good quality clothes that are not as expensive, but speaks about who you are as a professional? Although not all companies or industries require a dress code for their employees, it is important as an individual, to dress the way he or she want to be perceived. In a CareerBuilder.com survey, ( Haefner, 2008) forty-one percent of employers said that people who dress better or more professionally tend to be promoted more often than others in their organization.
Alicia and Arianne Suggs Debut New 1966 Magazine for Contemporary Black Women Worldwide
New monthly magazine features a multitude of informative and engaging articles among a diverse range of topics
1966 Magazine, a monthly glossy magazine for the trendy black woman, announced the debut of their publication on the iTunes App Store and is available worldwide.
Wait! Before You Get Married
What are the things your really need to know before marriage? By the time you decide to get hitched, you may think you know your partner well. After all, you’re best friends who’ve agreed to spend the rest of your lives together. But married life often turns out to be full of unexpected disappointments and joys.
Why Black Women Lose Their Hair
What are the most common causes of hair loss for black women?
The idea that thinning hair is a guy problem is simply wrong. Forty percent of people who experience temporary or long term hair loss are women. Some have hair that is thinning all over, while others see the center part gradually widen. Still others develop distinct baldness at the crown of the head. Unlike men, women rarely develop a receding front hairline.