How do I get my hair to grow? faster? longer?
These are all common questions. Growing your hair is not as difficult as you may have come to believe. Sure it requires some amount of effort and patience, but natural hair growth is very achievable.
Let’s talk about some tips to grow your natural hair, fast & healthy.
Tip 1 – Eat A Balanced Diet
Continue reading 9 Tips to Grow Natural Hair, Fast & Healthy
Natural hair shrinkage is one of the greatest questions for most people on natural hair journey. If you have kinky, curly natural hair, you need to deal with curl shrinkage.
Depending on the hair type and hair porosity, curly hair can shrink up to 80%. Shrinkage is the decrease in length when your hair dries. It is a sign of healthy hair, and it shows that your hair is properly moisturized and has good elasticity.
Want to minimize shrinkage as much as possible? Here are some ways for you.
1. Blow It Out
If you want to really maximize your hair length, a blow out if the best way. Don’t forget to take some steps to get the best results with minimal heat damage. Just make sure to use a deep conditioner and heat protectant before beginning this process! Continue reading 6 Ways to Control Natural Hair Shrinkage
With summer on the way out and cooler weather right around the corner, easy-breezy hairstyles may need to be put on hold, and we have to prepare ourselves to make slight changes in our natural hair care routines.
Temps are dropping and humidity wanes with each day. Due to these and other factors, it is more likely that our hair will lose more moisture, so we need to focus on keeping our hair moisturized and hydrated. Not sure how? Here are some natural hair care tips for autumn, you can try this autumn to keep your hair in a healthy state.
- Avoid Moisture Loss
When autumn comes, your curls may become frizzy and drop. Your hair needs moisture to stay shiny and healthy like your skin. Because water is one of our hair’s main source of moisture, you need to moisturize more often between your washes. Continue reading 7 Tips How to Get Your Natural Hair Ready for This Autumn
We get plenty of questions about our natural textured clip ins, from how to install & blend them, How many clip ins come in a set and how many sets do I need, which texture matches my hair. We will answer all of your questions.
How to install & Blend clip ins
There are 3 different regular methods you can try to install and blend your clip ins.
Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Natural Textured Clip Ins!
What’s your go-to summer hairstyle? If you do not want to spend a lot of time styling your natural hair in hot summer days, but still want to make your natural hair looks cute during the summertime. Then these 5 simple and cute summer styles that you must be try. The textured BetterLength clip ins or drawstring ponytail can make the styles easier and more gorgeous.
It is a quick and simple hairstyle you can do for this hot summer days is Top knot buns. And our natural textured clip ins are perfect way to add volume to your buns and protect your buns.
We get this question so many times. “I do not know my hair type and do not know which textured clip ins should I choose?” So we write this article to help you tell what’s your hair type and how to pick the correct texture according to your hair type.
Type 3 Kinky Curly Hair (3b-3c hair)
3B-3C hair has well–defined and springy curls, which have a loopy “S” shaped pattern.
Girls who has 3b-3c hair Continue reading HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR TEXTURE AND CHOOSE YOUR TEXTURED EXTENSIONS?
Usually the starting point of a natural hair journey is the “big chop”, it will certainly get you used to dealing with your natural hair in a hurry. But you may not like how you like with short hair, it’s not every woman wants to go that route. So maybe transition is a better choice for you, which is cutting off the straightened hair bit by bit while your new growth comes in.
Here are some tips for transitioning from relaxed to natural hair.
- BE PATIENT
While embracing your natural hair type is a beautiful and empowering experience, it can also be a very costly and time-consuming. “Going natural” is more than just deciding to stop relaxing your hair. Managing your hair in its natural state will alter everything about your hair care routine. For many, it will be a lifestyle change as you discover the variance in time needed to care for your hair and conditions that your hair can tolerate. There may be times when it seems that your hair is simply not growing. It can be frustrating to try and deal with two different textures. So you must be patient enough. Continue reading Tips for Transitioning from Relaxed to Natural Hair
For women with afro-textured hair, natural curls are a blessing but also a responsibility. African-American women are blessed with thick dense hair that can be skillfully shaped into breathtaking hairstyles. However, natural afro hair needs extra care.
In the world of natural hair, rocking protective styles has become an added bonus of having more (better) options for concealing hair on a multitude of levels. Protective styles include but are not limited to twists, braids, updos, and wigs.
Here are the benefits of protective hairstyle
- Protection from the elements;
- Maintenance of moisture;
- Length retention;
- Stylish look.
And now let’s show you 7 best protective hairstyles that you must be try:
1. Faux Afro Puff
Continue reading 7 Best Protective Hairstyles That Actually Protect Natural Hair for Black Women
Feed in braids are a popular protective style. As the name suggests, this style is created with hair extensions which are fed into each braid starting near the roots to add length, thickness, and sometimes color to the wearer’s natural hair.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to do feed in braids without using braiding hair on short 4c natural hair.
The hair she used in this tutorial is BetterLength 18″ Kinky Coarse clip ins.
Start off on a stretch hair. Continue reading How to Do Feed In Braids Without Using Braiding Hair On Short 4c Natural Hair
In this tutorial, we will show you how to do a half up half down bun with clip-ins.
The hair she used in this tutorial is BetterLength 18″ Afro Kinky Curly clip ins.
Install the clip ins piece by piece. Continue reading How to Do A Half Up Half Down Bun with Clip-ins