I am loving these new wire head bands that have been out for quite some time. They are the perfect accessory to add some jazz or flair to your hair. Check out these 5 easy on-the-go hairstyles that can be achieved within minutes with your wire headband.

Hey Guys! In this tutorial I will be showing you how to achieve spiral wand-like curls, without the use of heat. I kept the flexi \-rods in for about 5 hours to air dry, but you can sleep with them in overnight if you would like. Also you can achieve this style on wet hair as well

Products Used:
Coconut Oil
Dark and Lovely Au Naturale Anti-Breakage Super Softening Hair Butter
Afro Pick

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Absolutely love this hairstyle! It is a great way to spice up your fro, or if you are running on days old hair and you are looking to try something new. Check out the pictorial below to see how this hairstyle is achieved.

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Photo Credit: Mike Garten
Source: Refinery29

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Have you been looking for an all natural moisturizer for your hair? There is nothing better than nourishing our hair with the real deal (natural products) rather than using products that contain a list of endless ingredients filled with chemicals and names that are hard to pronounce. Keeping your hair hydrated is key to having healthy hair. Remember dry hair = more prone to breakage. Check out this list of all natural moisturizers that are great for natural hair.

1. Vegetable Glycerin:
Make your own spritz to moisturize your hair by using equal parts of the vegetable glycerin and water into a spray bottle. Glycerine is great for replenishing moisture into your hair.

2. Hair Steam:
Steaming your hair is great for penetrating and creating blood circulation (which makes your hair grow) in your scalp. You can use a hair steamer, or the hot steam of a shower will do just about fine.

3. Hair Butter:
Organic/Raw Shea Butter or Coco Butter are great moisturizers, especially for course hair. It even adds a really nice shine to your locs and prevents frizz.

4. Coconut Milk:
Aside from it softening your hair, it’s packed with vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5, and B6 as well as iron, calcium selenium, sodium, magnesium, manganese and phosphorus. It’s also a great source of proteins and natural oils.

5. Oils:
There is an array of natural oils you can use. Ranging from coconut oil, avocado oil to castor oil. Which help aid in hair growth and overall manageability.

6. Hair Spritz:
Another hair spritz you can create whether it’s to seal your hair, combat dryness or frizz. You can use Aloe Vera juice or rose water.