The NaturAll Club Blog — natural hair

5 Sweet Reasons to Use Honey in your Natural Hair Regimen

If you’ve ever had a chance to look at our list of ingredients (look at our list of ingredients!) you’ll see that NaturAll Club loves honey. It can be found in the Damaged and Dull Hair Solutions of our Avocado Deep Conditioners (which we also love) and in the kitchens of most of our team members. This blogpost is about why you should get with the program if you haven’t, and put some respect on honey’s name.

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Everything you need to know about split ends for natural hair

Your hair grows from the root, so the end is the oldest part of your hair. Depending on the length of your hair, the ends may have been with you for several years! Just imagine all the things the ends have seen and been with you through. How many times have they been washed, styled, or straightened? How many hats, scarves, and sweaters have they touched? How many cold, windy, dry, and humid days have they seen?

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How to Control Shrinkage and Heat-Free Stretching Techniques

Shrinkage is normal in all curly, kinky, or coily hair; the only hair without shrinkage is pin-straight hair. The tighter your curls, the more shrinkage you’ll experience because length is lost in forming the shape of your coils. While there are plenty of unhealthy, damaging ways to stretch your hair, you can stretch your hair in healthy ways too, with benefits you may not know about!

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The Truth About Tea Tree Oil for Healthy Natural Hair

Tea tree oil’s anti-fungal and antimicrobial properties make it effective for treating dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis. It fights the fungus that causes dandruff without drying out the scalp. It also moisturizes and soothes the scalp, reducing itchiness, making it less dry and less prone to flaking.

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The Ultimate Guide to Beard Care

While we encourage men to follow NaturAll Club's natural hair tips for the hair on your scalps, you need to switch up the playbook when it comes to your beard. You can’t just take your same products and regimen and use them on your beard, because your face skin is far more sensitive than your scalp. Whether you’re growing a beard for the first time, already have a beard, struggling to achieve growth, or only contemplating the idea, this article will provide everything you need to know.

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