All posts tagged: how to look after natural hair

Event: The Nigerian Natural Hair & Beauty Show – Early Bird tickets now available!

Since Felicia Leatherwood’s last visit to Lagos, a frequent question we’ve received has been when is the hair whisperer and stylist to stars such as Jill Scott, Teyonah Parris and Will Smith bringing her workshop back? Well, we finally have an answer for you! Felicia returns on May 16th, and this time she’s not alone! She’ll be joined by Ngozi Opara, founder of the Heat Free Hair movement, Wunmi Akinlagun of Woman In The Jungle, Obia Ewah, the creator of Obia Natural Haircare products, Cassidy of Natural Selection Blog, and our darling Ijeoma, aka Klassy Kinks returns! This is the biggest event The Kinky Apothecary has ever planned, and they have some amazing stuff lined up, even they struggle to believe it sometimes! When they say they have been working hard to bring you something special, best believe they have been working HARD to bring you something special!!! they are just so excited and will be revealing more and more details in the run up … Early bird tickets now on sale via Afritickets. Click …

Hair Care Tips: Kinky Hair 101 – How to Look After Natural Hair

By Nibi Lawson The impression most people have about going natural is that it is a lot of work, and that you constantly have to play around with your hair. On the contrary it’s actually very simple. The trick is just to get out of the mindset of dealing with your hair when it was relaxed, and work with your kinks in a way that won’t make them rebel. You cannot treat natural hair the same way as you treated relaxed hair. I can’t stress this enough. But once you figure out the basic rules, you’ll have come up with a routine that works for you in no time and will actually start really looking forward to wash day so you can play with your hair (or maybe I just need to get a life).Of course, everything has to be tweaked to each individual, and what works for one person will not necessarily work in the exact same way for the next. You have to experiment. But if you are at a loss about where …