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Five Fall Must Haves For Season Friendly Styling

With the fall creeping upon us, it might be time to switch up your hair routine to season-friendly styles. Many of us will put the wash-n-go behind us and begin to rock twists (and twist outs) or opt for straight styles that won't be affected by summer's humidity. Goodbye poofy, frizzy hair! Here are five fall must have products you’ll need to help you transition into the autumn season. Plus, they are on sale all week 9/20/17- 9/24/17!  1. A Moisturizing Shampoo    Use EDEN BodyWorks JojOba Monoi Moisturizing Shampoo to remove dirt and oil build up without stripping hair. Nourish your hair to its natural moisture balance. This shampoo is excellent. Love it!!! — Cheryl B.   2. A Deep Conditioner   @naturallychantal using our conditioner for wash day “Just applying it to my hair, I could see the difference it was making to my hair. It softened and moisturized it on application. “ —Andrea H. Deep conditioners are a necessary step in normal hair care regimens. During a time where... MORE

To Straighten or Not to Straighten

The natural hair community is a beautiful space for learning about and celebrating the hair you were born with. However, within this space, there’s a history of debates on different viewpoints pertaining to hair care. With the weather about to change, some ladies are preparing to get their flat irons ready, which is a major no-no to other naturals.  @glamtwinz334   Take Kelsey and Kendra Murrell for example, also known as Glamtwinz334 on YouTube. These ladies are known for switching up their texture from curly to straight and back multiple times throughout a year, and they do so fabulously. However, on social media and sometimes even in the comments of their videos they experience negativity towards their decision to heat style so frequently. They spoke on this in their latest “Glamtwinz Hair Journey” video. Other naturals sometimes try to police them, saying they aren’t truly natural or that they don’t really love their natural hair texture - all because they choose to heat... MORE