Joy is in The Hair
Ladies, we now have access to many tools and information via the internet to help us make smart and educated choices when it comes to hair styles and hair protection. It is up to us to find the individual solutions we need. My devotion in starting Linda Christen Designs is based on providing women the opportunity to purchase head wear with satin and satin charmeuse linings and fun lifestyle options that can provide much needed hair protection and still accomplish the goal of looking good, as well as feeling fabulous from the inside out.
“Anyone can wear extensions and still have healthy hair,” says Melanye Maclin, MD, a dermatologist and hair loss expert in Washington D.C. “You just have to take the time to show your natural hair and the weave some TLC.”
Here's how to do it.
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Actresses and models of color sit with our editor in chief, Michelle Lee, to discuss their natural hair journey.
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We love visiting www.un-ruly.com to keep up on the current conversations women are having with their varying degrees of unruly hair. Feel free to join in on the conversation and share your own stories in the comments below.
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IN THIS EPISODE Is it possible to put abrasive chemicals, like those found in perms (also known as relaxers) on your hair and still have healthy hair? Discuss!