5 Ways to Stretch Your Afrokids Natural Hair

5 Ways to Stretch Your Afrokids Natural Hair

  By DiscoveringNatural Have you ever washed your child’s hair and after washing it, the size magically drastically reduces? Well, Welcome to Shrinkage and Natural Hair. You can’t run away from it. Your child’s hair will shrink.  There are many ways to reduce the amount of shrinkage you get. Sometimes, we do love to embrace our shrinkiness […]

10 Advantages of Teeny Weeny Afros (TWA)

It’s very common for ladies with TWAs to keep wishing for long hair after recently doing the big chop (BC) length. This obsession over length can sometimes rob them of the joy of TWA. So rather than hiding under a wig, weave or insecurities, let me give you 10 benefits of a teeny weeny afro that will quickly rekindle your […]

Video: Why Do You Love Your Natural Hair?

Video: Why Do You Love Your Natural Hair?

By DiscoveringNatural In previous posts, I wrote about how to teach your child about their natural hair, how to care for their natural hair and how to do their own hair. Learning about all these will draw them closer and closer to loving their natural hair and also appreciating the versatility of their hair. In […]

Deep Conditioning Your Afrokid’s Natural Hair

Deep Conditioning Your Afrokid’s Natural Hair

Deep Conditioning your child’s hair is a very important step in the wash process. This process can be done every wash day or at least once a month. Not only does this process leave the hair feeling soft, it also provides an intense moisturizing process to hair that has been washed with shampoo. As you […]

5 Ways to Bring Your Edges Back From Exile

5 Ways to Bring Your Edges Back From Exile

#teamedges Receding hairline or bald edges can really take away from a woman’s beauty. Rather than dealing with the issue, many have resorted to covering up the problem with a weave or wig, while others have turned to drugs or “hair growth pills”. While these are all great ways to temporarily deal with the issue, […]

Hair Trims | Dusting Natural Hair with African Threading

Hair Trims | Dusting Natural Hair with African Threading

A quick and easy way to trim the ends  Dusting is a type of hair trim, except you don’t cut off as much hair as you would with traditional hair trims. It is also done more frequently, in between regular quarterly (every 3 months) hair trims. Dusting is done to clip off single stranded knots […]

Simple Holiday Hairstyle for your #NaturalKids : Twisted Puff

Simple Holiday Hairstyle for your #NaturalKids : Twisted Puff

By DiscoveringNatural     It’s that time again.  Time for holiday pictures, parties, and gathering with loved ones. The holiday can be such a busy time for parents. Doing your child’s hair might be the last thing on your mind, with all the shopping, cooking, and traveling that has to be done.  This simple style […]

Hair Breakage | Regular Combing vs. Finger Detangling

Hair Breakage | Regular Combing vs. Finger Detangling

I, like many others haven’t had any success with combs, also, my hair and scalp have been very happy without them.As you can see from the picture above, hair loss with combs is about 3 times that of finger detangling. The reason for this is that combs are an aggressive tool which are used to […]