The first and most important thing you can do to moisturize your hair is know your hair texture and type. Hair texture refers to the thickness or diameter of the hair strand. Your hair texture can be fine, medium (normal), or thick (coarse). Hair type refers to your hair‘s curl pattern. The four most common hair types are: straight, wavy, curly, and tightly coiled (kinky). Now that you have…

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Part 3- Dry Hair

During winter just like our skin, out hair will dry out due to the changing climate and from wearing hats, and scarves. Your hair can be dry for numerous reasons. Some common reasons are 1) your scalp is not producing enough sebum (natural oil); 2) your hair could be chemically damaged or damaged from hot tools; or 3) not drinking enough water, yes, not drinking enough…

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Part 2- Dry Body

In my last blog , I shared six ways to moisturize your face. Now that you have the basics down to keep your face moisturized, lets talk about our body. Our skin is our largest organ. Yup, that’s right. An adult carries approximately 8lbs of skin. Our skin consists of two main layers: the epidermis (outer) and the dermis (inner). When you exfoliate the dead skin…

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Part 1- Dry Face

Oh, yes the seasons have changed and winter is almost here. It’s that time of season when our faces, body, and hair get extremely dry. Fine lines in the skin become more visible, the skin feels rough and appears dull and flaky. Its hard to keep them moisturized. So how do you nurture your face, body, and hair in the winter? Great question. Here are some…

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“5” Ways to Drink More Water

I service clients all of the time and when I ask them how much water they drink, they look at me with a blank stare then say “Not Enough.” My response is “I recommend you start drinking more.”

 

Drinking water is not a favorite beverage of many people and I get that. Everyone has their reason why they don’t drink water: water has no flavor, water tastes nasty, water makes…

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7 Wig “Mythbusters”

There is nothing wrong with wearing wigs. In fact, our ancestors wore wigs for fashion and ceremonial purposes. With modernization and improved technology wigs are being produced in larger quantities, of a higher quality and with more style. Today, there are plenty of wigs, hair systems, and accessories that can accommodate your needs. The key to wearing wigs is being educated on your options, being aware of your lifestyle,…

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Human Hair Wigs vs. Synthetic Wigs

We offer stock and custom wigs are made from human and synthetic hair, all manufactured for a natural look and feel.  Many of our wigs are pre-customized. With thorough consultation to discuss your hair care needs, you will fit comfortable and stay in place. During consultations, my clients always ask:

What is the difference between human hair and synthetic hair wigs?

Human hair wigs look and feel more like your own…

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“10” Facts about Hair Replacement Systems

Non-surgical hair replacement is a great option if you want fuller natural looking hair without surgery. Non-surgical hair replacement can take the form of hairpieces (also known as hair system, hair units), wigs (toupees), or weave extensions to name a few. The problem lies where consumers are not informed on what to look for when they are researching alternatives for non-surgical hair replacement. Your hair loss specialist can guide…

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You Exist For A Purpose

Where would you be, if…..

 

You didn’t show up at your next family function, your kid’s football game, your loved one’s home to help take care of them, your class? Stop thinking less of yourself. You are important and your presence matters in the lives of others. Although you may not get the appreciation you desire, just you showing up to your Divine assignment and serving is what matters.

Here’s a…

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Always think beyond the workout.

 

For workouts, choose hair styles easily for you to manage. If you are into curls, I recommend opting for wavy or curly hair. If you are into straight hair I recommend short hair extension styles where the hair is not on your neck or can be pulled off your neck and face during workout. Wigs are a great option as well. You can remove the…

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