June 18, 2017: Latest addition to this page –> TightlyCurly.com Hair Products Ingredients List

Greetings, and thanks so much for stopping by!

Please check this page often for updates! At this page, I share the resources that I wish someone had shared with my when I first decided to wear my natural, Type 4 hair.

Information about caring for Type 3 and Type 4 hair is vast and  conflicting.  I’m STRAIGHT now that I’ve explored the streamlined collection of video clips, websites, and YouTube channels listed below.

If I had found these resources FIRST, they would have saved me so much time and money and worry . . . and hairThe Green Beauty YouTube Channel alone is life-changing.

Sometimes knowledge changes everything. Please do check out the collection of resources below and let me know what you think! They are indispensable and not-to-be missed, in my humble opinion. 🙂

Blessings!


If you can explore no other resource on this page, please explore these four:

Example Green Beauty YouTube Channel Videos:

The Resources, Grouped by Category

Especially high-quality, well-done resources about caring for natural Type 3/4 hair:

Resources about ingredients in hair products and how to avoid harmful ones:

Resources about the potential silicone-sulfate endless cycle of hair dryness to help you decide whether you want to avoid non-water-soluble silicones in hair products or not:

  • Curly Girl Method (explanation of and rationale behind a silicone-free method of caring for curly hair)

Resources about how the dew point affects what ingredients you should or should not use on your hair; a resource to look up your city’s dew point and get recommended styling strategies/ingredients based on the day’s weather and dew point in your city:

Especially high-quality, well-done resources about caring for natural Type 3/4 hair:

Other:

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