Spicy, sexy black hair rules!

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I’m so happy to see that as far as the eye can see, black women are taking the world by storm with the power of their hair!  From Harlem to the Bronx and Brooklyn (the U.S. trend-setting areas par excellence), black women are expressing themselves with hair that’s turning heads while leaving other ethnic groups wondering what the hell is going on and why they’re left out.   One type of style where I see a fierce statement being made is with big, full, sexy hair. You have no idea how much this means to me as a Caribbean hairstylist.  […]

Oil Haircare Treatments Compared to Water Based Hair Masks

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Growing up as a child in Trinidad and Tobago, I spent a lot of time with my sisters observing their haircare and beauty routines.  Being of Venezuelan, Portuguese and African descent, they were always searching for the best shampoos, hair conditioners, hair oils and gels to calm their combination of thick, fine, wavy, curly and at times frizzy hair. As I have recently started working in the Caribbean, I have noticed the plight of women (and men) trying to find the right moisturizers for their hair.  We are constantly being told of the incredible benefits of natural oils for hair and skin, but oils […]