Lisa Price, founder of Carol’s Daughter has been coined as “a work at home mom” by Oprah. She began her business by experiment with fragrances and body products. Today, she is the creator and spokesperson for a multimillion dollar brand. Dillard’s of Willowbrook Mall hosted “For Curl Clinic” event that was a must to attend. On Saturday, December 4th, Natural Hair Rules got an exclusive interview with Carol’s Daughter. The event included complimentary curl analysis, live demonstrations, curl styling tips and product giveaways.
Author and Fellow Natural Hair blogger Chris-Tia Donaldson visited Houston. She talked a little about her experiences as a natural professional. In discussion, Donaldson posed some thought provoking questions that she herself has explored in her book, Thank God I’m Natural.
There is so much information on how to care and maintain natural hair sometimes it can get a little confusing. There are times that you should comb your hair as well as time that you should not.
For some reason, people are saying you should not comb your hair at all, like never. This is so far from the truth. You should comb your hair regularly. Natural hair can be combed as often as you like but when fully wet and saturated with a conditioner. This also applies to those transitioning.
By Hilary Parker WebMD Feature Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD Edited for Natural Hair Rules by Tamara L. Floyd
When it comes to healthy hair, it’s not just what you put on your tresses that count -- it’s what you put in your body, too.
"Lather, rinse, repeat" may be standard advice, but shampoo and conditioner alone won't give you the healthy hair you crave. For the most luxurious locks possible, you'll need to step out of the shower, and into the kitchen.
Here’s a video from Naptural85 Washing Natural Hair: Updated Routine for Maintaining Natural Hair
This technique is great for thoroughly cleaning hair & scalp. It also serves as a tutorial on how to detangle natural hair that is medium to long in length. As Naptural85, states this is a tedious process modify it to fit both your hair type and lifestyle. For my hair, I use this process during a co-wash and concentrate on massaging the scalp. Also, I section my hair in 8 sections. Its easier for me to work with. The technique does make your curls pop. You can really moisturize your hair effectively when sectioned which helps with curl definition. Try it out and comment let me know how this works for you.