Your hair is a unique part of your identity, and understanding its type can help you care for it properly. African American natural hair comes in a diverse range of textures, and each type has its own set of pros and cons. In this blog post, we'll explore the different hair types commonly found among African Americans and help you gain a better understanding of your own hair.
This month during Women's History Month, we've honored a few great women from a variety of industries. We would be remiss if we didn't take time to honor and celebrate our very own Stylist April B as she makes history in the natural hair and loc industries!
Starting locs is a test of patience. Your hair will go through many changes during the locking process, including an ugly phase otherwise known as "budding." Since your hair is new to locking, it has to adapt and get used to locking together instead of each curl/coil acting independently.