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The Best Leave-in Conditioners for African-American Relaxed Hair

The Best Leave-in Conditioners for African-American Relaxed Hair

So your best friend decided to do the big chop last summer, and now...

The Best Leave-In Conditioners for Color Treated African American Hair

The Best Leave-In Conditioners for Color Treated African American Hair

It doesn't seem fair to condition your hair in the shower only to have...

How Often Can African-Americans Dye Their Hair?

How Often Can African-Americans Dye Their Hair?

When you need a little change in your coif, consider color....

How to Lighten African-American Hair Without  Bleach

How to Lighten African-American Hair Without Bleach

African-American hair is known to be more brittle, coarse and more...

How to Dye African-American Hair

How to Dye African-American Hair

You don't have to stress over dyeing your hair, as long as you don't ......

Color African American Hair Articles

The Best Color of Face Foundation for Light Brown Hair

The Best Color of Face Foundation for Light Brown Hair

Even light brunette locks can make a diva look washed out because brown hair absorbs light. The cure? A foundation that brightens your complexion and gives you a healthy glow that's totally you. A light shade of brown hair already has a touch of...

The Best Leave-in Conditioners for African-American Relaxed Hair

The Best Leave-in Conditioners for African-American Relaxed Hair

So your best friend decided to do the big chop last summer, and now you're feeling a tad bit pressured to join the movement. You don't have to jump on the bandwagon of the natural hair revolution to feel beautiful and free about your hair, but you...

Hair Color Ideas for an African-American With Hazel Eyes

Hair Color Ideas for an African-American With Hazel Eyes

Hazel eyes are a dreamy mix of amber, brown, blue and green, with colors that change depending on your hair color and outfit. Women who want to play up the green in their eyes need to choose a different hair color than women who want to play up...

How to Achieve Vibrant Red for African-American Hair

How to Achieve Vibrant Red for African-American Hair

Nothing says "sexy" like a head full of fiery red tresses. Vibrant reds are traffic stoppers on anybody, but they look particularly rich against dark skin. And the best part: African-American hair tends to be porous, meaning it really...

The Best Shampoo to Use on Color-Treated Hair for African-Americans

The Best Shampoo to Use on Color-Treated Hair for African-Americans

Naturally coarse African-American hair can feel more brittle after a dye job. While you should be extra careful not to break strands, you also must maintain hair health with the right shampoo. Wash your hair when you feel that it's dirty, and...

The Best Leave-In Conditioners for Color Treated African American Hair

The Best Leave-In Conditioners for Color Treated African American Hair

It doesn't seem fair to condition your hair in the shower only to have most of the conditioner and your hair color go down the drain. While your hair can feel smoother after you've gotten out of the shower, it doesn't have the same luxurious...

What Hair Color Is Good for African American Relaxed Hair?

What Hair Color Is Good for African American Relaxed Hair?

If your African-American tresses are relaxed and you want to experiment with color, you have a couple of factors to consider. Since relaxed hair has been chemically processed, coloring it can dry it out and lead to breakage if it's not done...

Can Yaki Human Hair Be Dyed?

Can Yaki Human Hair Be Dyed?

Yaki hair is 100 percent human hair that's been processed to look like African-American hair, It can be dyed -- but risks run high. Your best options are to purchase permanently dyed yaki hair or have the hair professionally dyed, since missteps...

How Safe Is it to Dye Relaxed African-American Hair?

How Safe Is it to Dye Relaxed African-American Hair?

A new hair color can be a good thing, adding spark and drama to your 'do and highlighting your skin tone. With these benefits in mind, it would be reassuring to think that dyeing relaxed African-American hair is safe; but that’s fantasy...

Different Types of Light Brown Hair Colors on African Americans

Different Types of Light Brown Hair Colors on African Americans

If you're an African American woman searching for the right light brown hair color, you know that certain tones look beautiful against your complexion, while others fall flat. While light brown offers a bold option for rocking lighter-hued hair...

Can Coloring Badly Damage African American Hair?

Can Coloring Badly Damage African American Hair?

Whether you're looking to replicate Rihanna's spicy red do, or Beyonce's luxurious blonde tresses -- or just trying to cover those irritating -- and way to premature -- grays, you may wonder if coloring can harm your mane. The fact is that...

The Most Flattering Hair Colors on African-Americans

The Most Flattering Hair Colors on African-Americans

If you're having trouble determining which hair color looks best on you, you're not alone. Gals often have difficulty finding the colors that work with their skin tones, which is what typically looks best. And if you're African-American you could...

How Often Can African-Americans Dye Their Hair?

How Often Can African-Americans Dye Their Hair?

When you need a little change in your coif, consider color. African-American women's hair can look natural in many different colors, especially if chosen to match the person's skin tone. However, when it comes to chemicals like hair dye, be...

How to Highlight African-American Hair

How to Highlight African-American Hair

Whether you love the look of soft, honey hair or want to add some bold crimson or purple streaks, highlights are key for punching up your mane. Highlights add color and dimension to your hair but, like any chemical process, they can also dry out...

How to Lighten African-American Hair Without  Bleach

How to Lighten African-American Hair Without Bleach

African-American hair is known to be more brittle, coarse and more prone to damage from hair chemicals than other hair types. So how do African-American women get lighter hair without excessive damage from bleaching? A special product, called a...

How to Dye African-American Hair

How to Dye African-American Hair

You don't have to stress over dyeing your hair, as long as you don't ... stress your hair out. Permanent dyes can damage and dry out hair, leaving you with a less-than-lovely 'do. The best option, if you have African-American hair, is to use a...

How to Maintain Color-Treated African-American Hair

How to Maintain Color-Treated African-American Hair

To maintain rich, vivid color, keep your hair hydrated and healthy. African-American hair tends to be quite dry. So you may have to give some of your favorite hair-styling products the boot, but it's all for a good cause. Dryness and certain...

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