Webinar 2: The Moisture Misconception

Webinar 2: The Moisture Misconception

May 2019 

Webinar 2: The Moisture Misconception

Last month I recorded a second webinar with Dr. Susan Walker of Earthtones Naturals; the second webinar in a three part series.  It’s filled to the brim with curly hair education on the topic of moisture, specifically speaking to humidity, glycerin, oils, and so much more.  There’s information on what ingredients will seal in the moisture and keep out the humidity, now that we know summer is on its way in Canada.  If you’d like to catch the replay, grab yourself a cup of tea or glass of wine and set aside some time to educate yourself on the science around moisture and haircare.  You will come away with great tips on how to manage your waves and curls, and learn what you can do to get it moisturized and KEEP it moisturized. 

Later this month we hope to complete our third and final webinar in this FREE series; date to be announced so keep an eye on my social media.  We’ll share how to read ingredient labels and teach you how to choose the right products for your hair. What I love about these webinars is that they are non-brand specific. We really want you empower you to understand your hair and hope that you’ll share these webinars with your wavy and curly haired friends so they can learn too! Direct them to curlspecialist on Youtube to find them, or forward this email.

Also, I’ve written two articles for CURL Magazine that I’m looking forward to you reading later this month!  If you haven’t subscribed to this digital (and in print) magazine, definitely do it!  It’s such a lovely magazine to have not only to read yourself, but to be able to find in salons. I’d even suggest asking your stylist to get it for in their waiting room at the salon!  You’ll finally find pictures of true naturally curly hair, and examples of haircuts to choose from from curl specialists like myself and my talented colleagues that you can relate to.

Stay tuned for Q&A series on my YouTube channel with all the topics you’ve told me you’d love to hear about! It’s starting soon…

Until next time,

xo Krista

 

 

 

 

Webinar 1: The Protein MisConception

Webinar 1: The Protein MisConception

March 2019

Webinar 1: The Protein Misconception

If you’re as confused as every other curly girl out there about the ingredient “protein”, then you are not alone. This month, your blog article is actually in the form of a webinar!  Filmed by Dr. Susan Walker and myself; you’re taken through a full presentation with Q&A on proteins, protein sensitivity, and so much more.  This was originally done live, but we’ve recorded it because we knew it would just be so valuable and jam packed with information you need to hear.  This webinar was the first in a series we’d like to do to help educate others about naturally curly and textured hair.

Curly Kids Hair Care Routine

A curly girl and her Mama

 

Two out of three of my kids are curly, and I often have parents/guardians ask me what to do with their curly kids hair.  I thought I’d share with you some tips to help you at home since curly hair can sometimes be a mystery, especially to straight haired parents of curly hair kids.  Let’s get right down to it!

Things you will need (feel free to support a small business and order any of the products or accesories I mention in this blog here if you live within Canada)

~Sulfate free Shampoo ( like DevaCurl No Poo, Jessicurl Hair Cleansing Cream, Fuzzy Duck Shampoo & Body Wash)

~Silicone Free Conditioner ( like DevaCurl One Condition, Jessicurl Too Shea Extra Moisturizing Conditioner, Fuzzy Duck Kids Conditioner)

~Silicone Free Detangler ( optional-like DevaCurls No Comb Detangler, Fuzzy Duck Leave in Conditioner & Detangler)

~REALLY Wide Toothed Comb ( or use your fingers)

~Fine Mist Spray Bottle

~Large Old long sleeved t-shirt

~Satin Pillowcase (a MUST!)

~Satin scrunchie, one-tie hair elastics, Buff or hair tube

~Gel or Styler ( Optional-like DevaCurl Ultra Defining Gel, Jessicurl Spiralicious, Fuzzy Duck Kids Gel) nice to use for special occasions and events, or for tweens who are starting to want to style their hair)

With young active curly kids, it’s best to get their hair fully wet and detangled about every two days.  This keeps the detangle-and-crying sessions to a minimum if you can keep on top of the rats nests that like to grow in their hair.   As they get older and can start maintaining their own curls (12 and up), they can add a few more days of spritzing before they need to wash again.  Until then, you are primary curl-giver and they need your guidance, so here’s what you do…