• Autumn Hair Tips

    Posted by CFYH | October 18, 2015 | Hair Tips, News

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    As the season’s change your hair needs change a little too, so I thought I’d give you a few hair care tips to help transition your hair regime from Summer to Autumn.   *Keep your ends in check! First off, if you need a fresh trim – go for it! Rid your hair of the brittle, broken ends.   *Replenish! Some of you have been on holidays (lucky!) or swimming trips and as a result the chlorine, extra heat & sun exposure may have taken a heavy toll on your hair – making it a little more dry and brittle. If your hair is dry and brittle, a good deep conditioning treatment is definitely needed. During the colder months your hair […]

  • 2014 Hairsolutions!

    Posted by CFYH | January 3, 2014 | Beginner's Kit, Hair Tips


    Happy New Year once again ladies! Once again I want to thank all of you for being part of CFYH. It amazes me to see how this group is growing & growing each day. This new year Care for Your Hair has so much more in store for you, so I hope you all stick around to witness it. Some don’t believe in waiting until the new year to make changes and others consider a new year, a fresh start – however you view it, I’m sure you’ve spent some time reflecting on goals/plans you’d like to achieve in all areas of your life this year, I sure have. One of many of them have been my haircare resolutions […]

  • Newly Natural? The Beginners Kit!

    Posted by CFYH | August 26, 2013 | Hair Tips, I’m Natural, What Next?


    For those that are newly natural, transitioning or thinking of going natural I’m sure you’re wondering where to start  right? I know how you feel – with 100’s of products it can get a little overwhelming Since I get a ton of questions about this I thought I’d let you know what I think every natural should have…consider this the CFYH’s Natural beginners kit. I will list the basic things you need and then give examples of products I’ve used/use and love or have heard great reviews about…however whatever I recommend isn’t the end all be all, just a guideline to help you out. Now you’re taking the step to take care of your hair, you’re now entering the […]

  • My scalp loves…

    Posted by CFYH | August 8, 2013 | Dryness, Hair Tips, Oils, Scalp


    I absolutely love oils, many of you already know some of my favourites are Argan, Castor, Olive and Coconut Oil. I particularly love them for sealing my hair with or doing hot oil treatments. Recently I’ve been focusing more on my scalp and oil blends/serums that are great for the scalp. Many of us treat our hair with the TLC needed but forget our scalp. Our scalp is like soil and our hair flowers – in order for the flowers to grow, thrive and flourish the soil needs to be in great condition. Same with our heads, our scalp is just important as the hair that grows of it. A scalp that’s well nourished and cared for provides great conditions […]

  • Keeping my hair moisturised while in Braids & Twists

    Posted by CFYH | April 20, 2013 | Hair Tips, Moisturising


            I previously wrote a post on how I look after my twists here and for my braids, I pretty much do the same thing. Here’s another post but with a few more products I like using.   It’s hard to get to each strand of your hair while it’s in braids so beforehand I always deep condition & moisturise my hair- this goes for any protective style I do. Doing this before helps ensure your hair is in the best state before you put it away for what could be anything from 4-6 weeks.   While my braids are in moisturise when needed with a leave in conditioner, my go-to has always been Jane Carter Solution leave in – […]

  • When protective styling gets excessive…

    Posted by CFYH | February 4, 2013 | Hair Tips

    Hey Ladies! You all know that I love protective styling, my hair is always in some sort of protective style. For those that may be unfamiliar with the term , ‘protective styling’ – it’s basically styling the hair in such a way that prevents damage from everyday elements, especially the ends.   But there may come a point when protective styling becomes too much…I’m sure you’re a little confused right now, arguing with me in your head & listing the pro’s of protective styling.   The two types of protective styles I’m talking about are Braids & Weaves       For some reason when the topic of protective styling comes up, I don’t know about you, but braids […]

  • Going Green…

    Posted by CFYH | January 18, 2013 | Beauty, D.I.Y's, Hair Tips, News

    Hey ladies!   Over on the facebook page, I recently spoke about returning back to the world of juicing and smoothie making  (thank goodness I’ve also just found two of my favourite recipe books). Also thank Fiona of Love Your Tresses for re-inspiring me to get back on the straight & narrow lol!         There is no point worry about what you put on your hair without a care of what you put inside your body…it just doesn’t make sense. While indeed the benefits of smoothies and juicing will be evident in the condition of your hair & skin overtime – my decision to take this on again concerns neither one. My health gets top priority!   […]

  • Hair in 2013

    Posted by CFYH | January 2, 2013 | Hair Tips

            Happy New Year Ladies   Once again I want to thank all of you for being part of CFYH. It amazes me to see how this group is growing & growing each day. This new year Care for Your Hair has so much more in store for you, so I hope you all stick around to witness it.   Some don’t believe in waiting until the new year to make changes and other consider a new year, a fresh start – so however you view it, I’m sure you still have goals & aspirations for the new season we’re moving into.   My Hair Resolutions:     While I’m not planning on doing anything major to my […]

  • Protective styling with Kinky Curly Hair again

    Posted by CFYH | December 30, 2012 | Beauty, Hair Tips

    We all need to give our hair a break once in a while and ‘protective style’. With my own hair, I usually opt for my signature bun or a roll & tuck style. I also love switching it up completely and getting extensions (such as braids or twists) or a weave.     Earlier this year I did a weave using kinky curly looking hair & I loved it. It was low maintenance, all I really had to do was retwist my leave-out every night, undo it in the morning and spray the weave with a little water to spruce it up.     So as you may have seen, I’ve revisited this style. For me its nice to […]

  • ‘Tis the season to be curly…

    Posted by CFYH | December 6, 2012 | Hair Tips, News, Reviews

    Hey ladies!   If you’re on the facebook page you may have already gotten the down low on what this post is about. Well…yesterday, I was raiding through my products cupboard looking to try out something new.   A while back I went to the Curls Unleashed launch and received a bag of goodies, one of which was the Curl Boosting Jelly. I also recently received the Design Essentials Curl Enhancing Mousse.         I’m not a big ‘defined curls’ aka ‘wash & go’ fan but I thought I’d give the products a try. In the past I’ve used Eco styler gel, however there were just too many cons for me to keep using this. *It took […]