black hair care

DIY hair masks have become extremely popular on YouTube and social media over the past ten years. As we already know, kinky, curly, and coily hair textures need an abundance of moisture and added protein to thrive, so it’s no wonder that we’re constantly looking for innovative ways to give our hair the TLC it needs. Fortunately, many of those magic ingredients that work, such as avocado, banana, coconut, apple cider vinegar, and mayonnaise, that are found in pricey hair products can also be found right in your kitchen. 

It's been time that drugstores around the country stop treating Black women like criminals by hiding our products in anti-theft cases.

The search for Black-owned products and services is on the rise as a part of efforts to grow and promote keeping the Black dollar in the Black community, but after a list hit the web exposing natural hair care lines including Cantu, African Pride, and Carol's Daughter weren't actually Black-owned has left natural hair Twitter in shambles. On Tuesday (Jun 9) a list of Black-owned beauty brands versus Black promoted brands were posted and for many, the fact that Carol's Daughter was no longer a Black-owned brand was shocking news, especially after the brand continued to promote it as such.

Adding the food-grade version of this natural and organic supplement into your diet may make a big difference.

Who would have thought these cleansing sprays can save your wigs?

Edge game has become an art form. See some of our favorite edges and baby hairs on Black beauties from the red carpet.

Listen, I'm just glad my edges are still intact.

From growth serums to hair protectants to twist-out wigs, these sistas got your tresses covered.