Aloe Vera: The Natural Way to Regrow Receding Hairline

20170707_101132Receding hairline is a common condition that many people have to endure across the world, whether they have natural hair or processed hair. Aloe Vera, which is considered to be a miracle plant and has been around for decades, is a natural home remedy known to grow back lost edges.

Regrow Edges Fast

Regrowing your hairline may vary from person to person. The rate of growth depends on genetics or the hairline regrowth regimen that you’re using. It’s best to work with one remedy at a time and give it time to work. Patience is the key here.

Aloe Vera Home Remedy to Regrow Hairline

Aloe Vera Loss Edges RemedyBelieve it or not, this prickly edge natural growing plant may just be the solution to your receding hairline problem. This stylish plant might be growing somewhere in your garden as we speak, waiting for someone to recognize it for its powerful medicinal properties.

The Aloe Vera plant can be traced back to thousands of years when it was used for many different health benefits, both internal and external, such as for burns, sunburn, skin moisturizer, wound care, etc.

Scalp Massage and Aloe Vera

In addition to using Aloe Vera to regrow edges, applying regular scalp massages, is the way to go for faster hairline growth. If you’re just starting to have thinning hairline, now is the time to reverse it with natural remedies before you lose all your hairline.

Daily scalp massages can stimulate the hair follicles, encouraging new hair-growth in that area. Aloe Vera is mild, unless you have an allergy to it. It is always best to test a little of whatever  you’re using for the first time, to make sure you’re not allergic to it.

Tear-free Kids Natural Hair Maintenance

We all were kids once, so many of us know how it feels to have our hair tugged and pulled to remove tangles. Now with all the valuable natural hair information available, there is no need for your child to endure such discomfort. Stick around for some tips for tear-free maintenance for natural hair kids.

Kids Moisturizers For Dry Hair

One of the most effective natural moisturizer for your kid’s natural hair is water. Some people find that using extra virgin olive oil and water is the best way to keep kids hair soft and manageable.

When choosing a kids moisturizer that is right for your child’s hair, it may take some time to find the right one. Each child’s hair is unique in its own way. What may work for someone else may not work for you. It is best to find the right one and stick to it, instead of adding too many products at once.

De-tangling Kids Hair Painlessly

Before trying to remove knots and tangles from your child’s hair, first apply a non greasy detangler that adds moisture to the hair. The most recommended way to start the detangling process on your kid’s natural hair, is to use your fingers as a comb, starting from the ends.

Work your way up towards the roots, while feeling for knots and tangles. You’re basically combing the hair with your fingers. The next step is to use a wide tooth comb to remove the rest of the tangles.

Scalp Massage For Kids

Having healthy scalp is just as important as well-moisturized maintained hair. Scalp massages will help to promote blood circulation, prevent dry scalp, and encourage hair growth.

Night-time Kids Natural Hair Care Routine

It is best to tie your kid’s hair at nights before bed. This will help to prevent dry hair and tangles. Before tying their hair, part hair in sections and do two-strand twists as a protective style to help stretch the hair.

What to Use to Tie Kids Natural Hair

Lock in moisture and prevent frizzy kids natural hair by letting them sleep on a silk or satin pillowcase. Using a kid sleep satin bonnet or a silk bonnet is another alternative to using a satin or silk pillowcase.

Natural Hair Care: Tips for Maintaining Your TWA Hair

If you just did the big chop after wanting to go natural, you might have doubts circling in your mind, whether you should or shouldn’t have cut your hair. No need to worry, you can still wear your TWA (Teeny Weeny Afro) in style. This blog post will pop a few fresh ideas to get you walking in confidence.

Preparing To Go Natural

Some people love to cut all their hair off when deciding to go natural, while others may let their hair grow out a for a while and then cut it, leaving a few inches of new growth. Whichever choice you pick, there are creative ways to do hairstyles for your short hair.

Creating Curly Twists on TWA Hair

If your hair is too short that you can’t do regular twists or finger coils, there is still hope. There is a popular hair curl sponge brush that is designed to turn your short Afro into beautiful little twists. This is a quick and easy method that can last for days if it is done with the right hair products that will hold your twists in place.

Using the Curl Sponge Brush Correctly

The curl sponge brush is great for really short hair as well as for those of you who want to start dreads. The sponge have to be used in a circular motion, on damp hair, to achieve the best twisted curls results. Use a curl enhancing gel or a locking gel, if you’re starting coils for dreadlocks, to prevent your twists from unraveling.

Regular Two-strand Twists for Short Hair

For TWA hair that has a few inches to it, you can create your own two-strand twists, which can be worn just like that or you can untwist them and wear them as a natural twist-out hairstyle.

Flat Twist on Natural Short TWA Hair

Flat twisting your short natural hair is another method that you can use on your short hair. This is similar to the regular two-strand twist, except that with the flat twist, you continue twisting your hair, (after adding hair moisturizer), onto your scalp downward to the nape of your neck. If your hair is super short, just part in sections and twist your hair section by section.