MotownGirl.com is a comprehensive website established in 2001 that is dedicated to helping people learn how to style and manage their natural hair at home. This web site has information regarding natural hair care and it includes easy to make homemade hair recipes, instructions on how to create hairstyles and much more.
Q: Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? A: Greetings from Northern New Jersey where the natural scene is on a come back! I believe there are many women with natural hair, but they are covering it up with braids and wigs. Overall the scene is definitely on the rise! Q. […]
Q: Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? A: I am from the Dominican Republic and most of the women here love relaxed, straight hair. Q. How has your experience been with natural hair? A: When I turned 15 (Quinceañera) the only present I wanted was for my hair to be […]
Massaging your scalp regularly can help you maintain a healthy scalp and improve the health of your hair and aid in hair growth. Here are some benefits of scalp massages: – Distributes oil evenly throughout hair. – Increases blood circulation in the scalp, which helps in hair growth. – Relieves tension and stress in the […]
With so many different conditioners on the market, how do you know which one is good for your hair? You may only need some extra moisture, or you are just needing to strengthen your strands. Maintaining a proper balance between having moisture and strength in your hair is necessary for the healthiest hair growth possible. […]
By: Bev Dickerson One key rule to remember is anyone can have ‘good’ natural hair. Whether your hair type is 1a through to 4c, ‘good’ hair starts from the inside out! Keep in mind, hair formation begins long before it grows out of the scalp. Hair is made up of a protein called keratin. Each […]
Q: Where are you from and how is the natural scene there? A: Good morning, good afternoon or good evening! I was born and raised in South Louisiana. In my opinion, even though there are naturals around my area, black women are mostly reluctant to where their natural hair. I feel this way, since I […]