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!
Spring Break is upon us! Maybe you’re headed to the beach with friends or to a theme park with your family. Maybe you’re saving your vacation days for another special event. Regardless of when you go or where life takes you, it’s good to know that you can take your trusty Q-Redew with you wherever you have a conventional AC outlet.
Some of the terms we use in the curly community sound a bit odd. Don’t pineapples belong in fruit salad and not on my head? And I’m pretty sure that plopping is what I do onto the couch after a hard day. For those just starting to embrace their curls and learn different ways of caring for them, it can be overwhelming to decipher their meanings. We’ve put together a brief overview of some common terms.
Welcome to the Q-Review! Every month, we showcase a recent demo, review, or testimonial. Today we’re highlighting Mo of Mo Knows Hair and the video series she recently created to feature three different uses for the Q-Redew.
Monica, or “Mo,” is the founder of Mo Knows Hair, a resource dedicated to providing tips and tutorials for beautiful, healthy hair. She has garnered great popularity on social media for her style and personality, and continues to grow in popularity on and offline.
“My hope, with Mo Knows Hair, is that I can be a resource to those...
Hair typing can be intimidating. With so many products on the market that are listed for certain hair types and textures, it feels like deciphering how to label your hair is an inevitable step in your natural hair journey.