Warm vs natural hair color

Lighter or darker shades of brown hair may be referred to as "light brunette" or "dark brunette", though in such cases one is generally referring only to the hair color, not using the term as a metaphor for the person; one would be unlikely to say, "She is a light brunette." Rather, one would say, "She has light brown hair."

It’s official…..the children are back to school, the nights are getting darker, and everyone is wondering how long they can hold out before putting the heating on. Yes it’s that time again it’s Autumn. So it’s time to dig out the warm jumpers, start thinking about whose house you are going to for Christmas but most importantly, what Autumn hair style you are going to rock. At Beyond Hair we have seen that the choice of colour tends to be auburn, dark brown or natural black and the lengths start at 12” to keep the neck and ears warm in the colder evenings. But that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. You can opt for some highlights or how about two shades of brown to create an ombre look. We find that Autumn and Winter are when most of...

Eight months ago I decided to try a radical experiment in  natural hair care: I ditched the shampoo . It was a bit like jumping off a cliff (and I’m so  not  a fan of heights) but I decided that there was nothing to lose, so I jumped. And four months later as I look back, I realize that it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Four months in to No Shampoo (often called “No-Poo” on the web) and my hair is so healthy that I have decided to make my experiment permanent: I will never go back to shampoo.

I’m a believer in freedom of expression when it comes to appearance. I definitely do NOT believe that all Black people should wear their hair natural. But for those who choose to, the idea that you can’t succeed in business if you choose to leave your naturally curly hair, curly, really bothers me.

When you hear that henna has “metal”, “lead”, or “coats the hair” and “leaves it brittle”, that refers to a compound henna dye, full of these metallic salts. 

Neutral Color Collection
Skin Color:  fair or light pink, olive, yellow skin undertones
Eye Color: all
Hair Color: all

Just to look classy in parties, people try various hair styles and harsh products, which damage the natural beauty of hair. It is necessary that hair problems, like hair fall, split ends, dry hair, dandruff, itchy scalp, etc. should be treated somehow to maintain proper health of hair. Dry hair is a very common problem in today’s generation. Instead of taking several hair treatments, try some natural home remedies. Have a look at some beneficial ingredients, which are effective for dry strands.

Instead of applying chemicals to your hair and scalp, we suggest using natural treatments. While there are a number of effective treatments available, our favorites are biotin, coconut milk, and apple cider vinegar. The effective properties of these three treatments treat hair loss from all directions and actually improve the health of the scalp and hair.

I've used avacado, coconut milk, and olive oil. It's a bit messy, but it really added much needed moisture to my hair.

1 avocado
1 can of coconut milk
1 tablespoon of olive oil

I usually mix everything in a blender to make it creamy, then store the remaining in the fridge.

To put the color theory to the test, we asked four women who represent the four skin-tone categories to model T-shirts in colors that flatter their skin—and to model colors that aren’t as flattering. See for yourself what a difference it makes!

• Cost: $ // I purchased from Sally Beauty // also available on Amazon
• Pros: This cap gets pretty warm but the heat never reaches an uncomfortable level. It actually auto-cycles on and off, with a noticeable “CLICK” that sounds when it’s turning off for 60 seconds before it starts to warm up again. The cord is plenty long as well. There are three settings: low, medium, and high. I’ve never used it on anything other than the high setting. Even though this conditioning cap doesn’t get the best reviews, it hasn’t failed me in the 4 years I’ve had it. It has worked well for me,
• Cons : This has one design flaw: unless I rest my head back on the couch or lay back in bed when wearing this cap, the back of the cap doesn’t touch my nape.

i tried it...

i liked it at first, my curls were really springing and defined. btw- my hair is exactly like Simplyounique.

Anyway, after a month, my hair became brittle and the ends began to break.
I was using giovanni smooth as silk which is what i use all the time for my regular conditioner. these boards stress the importance of moisture but no one really talks about over-conditioning. I co-washed once a week, deep conditioned with aubrey organics, used the "kimmmaytube leave-in" and sealed and protected my ends with oil and shea butter. Wasn't this what I was supposed to do? lol... can we say overboard?
I'm still recovering from my co-wash experience. I'll stick to what works....

For me, the following routine works better for me:
once a week: shampoo, condition, and leave-in once/twice a month; henna.

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Eight months ago I decided to try a radical experiment in  natural hair care: I ditched the shampoo . It was a bit like jumping off a cliff (and I’m so  not  a fan of heights) but I decided that there was nothing to lose, so I jumped. And four months later as I look back, I realize that it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. Four months in to No Shampoo (often called “No-Poo” on the web) and my hair is so healthy that I have decided to make my experiment permanent: I will never go back to shampoo.