Thursday, April 28, 2011


Hey there Fellow Naturals!

Today I would like to talk about the importance of caring for the ends of our hair. Sometimes we can get so involved on the next best product. That we began to actually think that a product by itself can determine the health of the ends of our hair.  All in all the primary factor in seeing that the health of the ends of our hair is well kept would be action..... to know the steps in taking care of the ends of our hair.

I am one who believes that trimming the ends of your hair is a necessary step in our hair journey.  Trims helps the ends of the hair to stay soft, smooth and moisturized.  If the very bottom of your hair is thinner and see through than lets says the top to mid section of your hair then that's a problem. And, it may be time to figure out exactly why this is happing, is it something you ARE doing regimen or is it something you ARE NOT  doing in your regimen.  Is it a result of to much stress on the hair strands., tightly twisting , pulling, or combing.  There are a plethora of reasons why this could be happing.

But, most importantly no matter what your goal is on this journey, be it length or overall health.  We must take care of the ends of our hair.  Remember the ends of the hair strand is  the oldest part of our hair, and could very well be the most damaged.  If you are suffering from thin ends, its important to determine if you wish to have a gorgeous healthy head of hair or just hair on your head ( maybe) lol! 

So, take a good look at those ends, and love them so that they can love you back:))

Thanks a bunch for stopping by, and remember to stay....Naturally Fabulous!

                                              TAKE CARE :))!


Precious Henshaw said...

Great post! I'm in love with the woman's hair in the pic!

Unknown said...

@Precious H...Thanks!...Isn't her har sharp!!!

Thanks for stopping by Precious H, take care:))

Anonymous said...

Great advice!

Unknown said...

@Sassncurlz...Thanks! ..Thanks for stopping by stop by often, take care :))

Tiffany said...

how about i have never trimmed my ends since i went natural. i'm pretty sure it's 3 years this year. i have plenty of fairy knots though but for the most part my ends aren't thinning at all.

Unknown said...

@Tiffany...I guess that holds true to what they say "every thing isn't for everybody" (lol)

Thanks a bunch for stopping by Tiffany, it's always a pleasure hearing from you . Take care :)