We’re often asked if the Q-Redew is right for a specific hair type or texture. The answer is always yes! Anyone can benefit from using steam as a part of their hair care regimen, but what you use it for and its versatility vary depending on personal taste.
For this month’s Q-Review, we are featuring Curls and Couture blogger Courtney Danielle, “a self proclaimed fashionista, natural hair enthusiast, lover of makeup” who recently made a video demonstrating how she used the Q-Redew to restyle an old Twist-N-Curl.
Deciding to go chemical free and embrace your natural curls is a big change and commitment, but the choice to love your hair the way it is naturally is well worth every step on your natural hair journey.
We are very excited to be taking part in the Taliah Waajid World Natural Hair Health & Beauty Show in Atlanta, Georgia this weekend, April 25-26, 2015! For those of you who are unfamiliar with the show, here is a synopsis from their website:
While April showers might bring May flowers, that doesn’t make us feel any better about standing in the rain. Most curly girls know the dread of seeing the heavens open and a downpour ruining a style that took a lot of time and product to get just right.
Today, we’re taking the Q-Redew blog in a slightly different direction. We love talking about things that are current in the curly community and feel that this is an issue that is particularly important. Many of us are moms to kids with curly hair, and recently, more and more campaigns are being put forth that shine a light on how natural hair and natural curls affect a child’s self image.
We receive a lot of questions about how the Q-Redew works and how it will effect the hair. One question that is frequently asked is if the Q-Redew will damage hair. Thankfully, the answer is no. Using steam as a treatment for your hair will actually improve your hair’s health!