Do you suffer from hair loss? Or thinning hair in some areas of your head? The answer is yes for many of us naturals. So, don’t feel alone in this battle, we can conquer this together. The first thing to do when we see this happening is to get to the root of it. Find out what the cause of your hair loss is. Thinning hair or hair loss may be caused by several factors ranging from something as simple as vitamin deficiency to something more serious such as hormone imbalance. The following may be causes of thinning or slow growing hair:
I have been natural for 3 years and I wash my hair twice a week and braid it but my hair won’t grow. I’m not even sure of what products to use on my hair. Its nappy, dry, and short. Help!
My hair problem is that it’s short in the front and long in the back i need to do a chop but i am hoping that my edge will go back one day. The hair part affected is the front and the top.
Hair coming out in the crown. need help!
Hi Dianna Hoskin,
Kudos to you for staying healthy and keeping in shape! I would like to encourage you to be patient with your hair. One thing you didn’t share is what you using on your hair! It’s important to stay away from products with drying agents such as SLES/SLS, ETOH, mineral oil, petroleum and silicones*.
How are you? Long time. Hope all is well. I have a question for you. I am nine months almost ten post relaxer and would like to braid my hair. Just six medium sized cornrows. My problem is my edges are quite thin from excessive braiding years ago.I have not braided my hair in about six & a half years.I really want to braid to help protect my hair during this transition phase. Please help. What to do?
I have had my hair braided for the last 3 1/2 to 4 months.I don’t really want to relax it again. I believe that most of the perm has grown out because my hair was super short when I got it braided. I’m so scared to start this process because I don’t even know the first place to start to manage my hair in its natural state.
I found your website on google. I have very kinky African hair (dry type) if a 4d type exists that’s mine and I am very prone to dandruff. I live in Australia and it is impossible to know how to care for natural hair. I know you have a product page but I would like you to please advise me of specific of
It has been 8 weeks since relaxing my hair and I was wondering if there was anything I could do or use to speed up the process???
I have very kinky African hair (dry type) if a 4d type exists that’s mine and I am very prone to dandruff. I live in Australia and it is impossible to know
I too have short relaxed hair and my texture is very thick and coarse.
What is another option besides the Khamit Kinks/starter locks?
I do not want to get locks yet because of the permanence of the style..
I want to be able to comb my natural hair and explore various styles first. Suggestions?
Hi, I found your website on google. I have very kinky African hair (dry type) if a 4d type exists that’s mine. and I am very prone to dandruff I live in Australia and it is impossible
Good morning Mireille,
I need your help. My hair (2yrs natural now) is tangling and it knots up at the ends and breaks.
Not always but more than I like it to do.
It still looks good but with lots of effort on my part. Recently I
I am 12 years old. My mom and I have been natural for quite some time now.
My mom about 5-7 years and me all my life and my hair has began to take
up to much time to do in the mornings and I DON’T want to get a relaxer.
I not sure if I’m going through a mid life crisis in my early 30’s
but I’m tired of spending so much money on hair products and hair care.
For years I have used glue for weave purposes. I went to a dermo dr. and he prescribed a shampoo.
Needless to say it did not work. But he did tell me that my bulb was damaged from pulling the
tracks out of my head instead of removing them properly. My hair has never grown back fully
I’m getting lost in the natural world, and I’m getting nervous.I trimmed my ends, put conditioner on it, and the next day I had knots on the ends.This is my big problem. KNOTS!