iknowleee: How I Knew It Was Time To Cut My Hair

I’ve honestly had the urge to cut my hair for an extremely long time. It wasn’t until very recently that I realized I was holding on to it because the people around me wanted to –– specifically my mother. She’d always raised us to skirt the stereotype of the “typical” black girl. She didn’t want us to wear weave, insisted that we take proper care of our hair, and absolutely forbade us to wear it short. Her girls were always the black girls with long hair — it was a source of pride for her. She truly believed it was our crown. Read More

MrsHairToday’s Wintertime Hair Tips

“Cold” weather is relative to where you live; our Northern curlfriends have a much different idea about chilly temperatures than Southern sisters like me! But no matter where you live, it’s that time of year where the air is dryer, meaning your hair is dryer. Here are a few brief tips for taking care of your tresses in the cold winter months! Wash Your Hair Less: Do not over wash your hair. Wash your hair less in the winter. Try limiting down the products used in your hair to cause less build-up. You should try to wash your hair 8-10 days after each style. Use Read More

The Do’s and Don’ts of Detox w/ Sister Scientist

As naturalistas, we put our hair through a lot. Cremes, butters, oils, conditioners – even though these things are designed to help our hair, too much of anything does no good at all. To that point, the ingredients in our products are made to be substantive to the hair cuticle, so it’s important to take time to remove and clarify our scalps. When you feel like your products aren’t working as well as you’re accustomed, or your hair isn’t responding like it used to, it’s probably time to detox! In addition to our products, other stresses like our own mineral Read More