I’m not a fan of greases. I have nightmares about my mother slathering my scalp with B&B’s heavy green grease when I was a child. It left my forehead shiny and my hair a lint brush. No bueno. Today, I lean heavily on oils of varying viscosities and my trusty shea butter. The reason for this dramatic deviation from the [...]Read more ›
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As women, from time to time we all want a different look from our hair. We change it from day to day or from week to week with the use of heating tools. Rather it’s a curling iron, flat iron, hot comb, blow dryer or another heating tool, we love to show off a new look or maybe you flat [...]Read more ›
Discover Brittany Basden, our newest elite contributor and creator of Kyss My Hair and Ms. Brittany Bass. This student and hair & beauty blogger from Bahamas believes, “If it makes you feel good, wear it!” She encourages women to wear their hair anyway they desire and dress in clothing that prompts the phrase, “I like the way I look”. Learn [...]Read more ›
There are tons of products out there promising to have the winning formula. While we all love a great hair product, it’s what we eat that can really determine how our mane looks. The hair is mainly made out of a protein called Keratin. This special protein is what keeps the hair strong and shiny, but it can’t do it [...]Read more ›
Why do split ends even exist? Split ends appear when the outer layer of cuticle is stripped down exposing the delicate inner layer of our hair. Do any of these look familiar? *Photo courtesy by diaryofahairobsession.com The problem with split ends is they cause breakage making it hard for you to retain length and a healthy head of hair. Performing [...]Read more ›
The twist out is a super gorgeous hair style that fits every occasion. You can wear it to work, glam it up for a cocktail affair, or just rock it to a concert. Sadly many people can’t rock that perfect twist out because they are missing a few key steps. Let me give you the keys; time to unlock [...]Read more ›