This time of year, I’m on the lookout for lots of ways to boost my immune system to keep cold and flu symptoms AWAY! Of course, my fall hair care tip offers the best of both worlds, healthy hair and healthy body. This week I made these lemon ginger shots. Not an original at all, but I wanted to share with you another simple way you can love your natural hair and keep your body healthy too. I took it a step further by making it easy to grab a dose of lemon and ginger every day.
Happy Fall Ya’ll!
I am all about keeping your hair healthy so that it looks great without you depending on a ton of products. Over the next 4 weeks I’m going to share some fall hair care tips that you can easily incorporate into your lifestyle that will minimize breakage, increase moisture and keep your natural hair looking and feeling great during the cold season which can be stressful on your mane if you do not take preventive measures to avoid damage.
Headbands can make styling natural hair quick and easy. They work well on all hair types and lengths. I like to wear headbands to add style and color to my wardrobe, but more often, a headband is a lifesaver on bad hair days. See the 3 ways I wear headbands while avoiding a tension headache and damaging my edges. These looks are fun to create with your headbands that are pretty, but have unusual material that you don't want against your hairline.
Cold winter air outside, cozy heat inside, and fuzzy winter gear are all out to zap moisture from your skin and hair this winter. Your hair and scalp will get dry and itchy as winter weather gets underway. Over the years, I have noticed clients start to complain about itching and unusual shedding in November once the effects of winter have set in good. Winter's harshness may show up as an itchy scalp, excessive shedding, or strands that break easily. If this is the case for you, your body is telling you that you need to nurture your scalp and hair better. Now is the time to start if you haven't already. You'll need to take preventive measures both internally and topically to keep your curls hydrated during winter months.
Cooking is a creative outlet for me and this soup with all its colorful ingredients and fragrant spices is always a pleasure to create. If you follow me on Instagram you see that half my posts are food related. That's because a healthy diet is the easiest way to healthy hair. I wanted to share this comfort dish with you because it is tasty, easy to make, and full of healthy vegetables.
This hard working brush made the cut last year for one of my top tools that makes natural hair easy. The Olivia Garden Healthy Hair Brush is a must have for naturals. One of the biggest struggles of being natural is fighting with tangled. This brush gets the job done, even on the thickest hair.
I am Ebonee, a licensed natural hair stylist dedicated to educating women about making healthy lifestyle choices that create beautiful healthy natural hair.
I grew up having a love/hate relationship with my natural hair. Choosing to love my own natural hair at an early age taught me to patiently care for others.
I help women who are overwhelmed with managing their natural hair. My services focus on teaching naturals my simple step by step process to maintaining their hair at home, how to use their products well, and replacing damaging products, tool, and styles with healthy options. .
I look forward to helping you grow and maintain healthy natural hair!
EAT YOUR VEGGIES