Discover what Carrot Oil can do for your hair.

Discover what Carrot Oil can do for your hair.

Discover the benefits of Honey for your hair. The best ways to enjoy honey’s benefits is to add it to a conditioner or hot oil treatment, not all by itself. #healthyhair #hairfinity

Discover the benefits of Honey for your hair. The best ways to enjoy honey’s benefits is to add it to a conditioner or hot oil treatment, not all by itself. #healthyhair #hairfinity

Here’s why you should add rosemary oil to your healthy hair regimen…

Here’s why you should add rosemary oil to your healthy hair regimen…

Congratulations to Hairfinity user @KendraWalker on her beautiful 8 month hair journey!

Congratulations to Hairfinity user @KendraWalker on her beautiful 8 month hair journey!

Here are the differences between castor oil and Jamaican black castor oil:
When it comes to castor oil, you might wonder what the difference is between the regular variety and Jamaican Black Castor Oil, popularly known as JBCO. Both contain vitamins and minerals, and are great for sealing in moisture, but one of these is highly touted for promoting hair growth. 

Regular castor oil is inexpensive and readily available in stores and pharmacies. It’s usually clear as water, or may have a light yellow tint. Because of its thick formulation, it’s best to use it on top of water and/or lightweight oils as a last step in locking in moisture. 

JBCO, on the other hand, is made by adding the ash from roasted castor beans to the oil. It’s this burnt ash that gives JBCO its darker color and distinctive “nutty” smell. Women on a hair growth regimen often swear by JBCO because it’s believed that the ash content promotes growth more quickly than regular castor oil. Use it on your scalp, particularly thinning areas, or to seal the ends of your hair to prevent dryness.

Here are the differences between castor oil and Jamaican black castor oil:
When it comes to castor oil, you might wonder what the difference is between the regular variety and Jamaican Black Castor Oil, popularly known as JBCO. Both contain vitamins and minerals, and are great for sealing in moisture, but one of these is highly touted for promoting hair growth.

Regular castor oil is inexpensive and readily available in stores and pharmacies. It’s usually clear as water, or may have a light yellow tint. Because of its thick formulation, it’s best to use it on top of water and/or lightweight oils as a last step in locking in moisture.

JBCO, on the other hand, is made by adding the ash from roasted castor beans to the oil. It’s this burnt ash that gives JBCO its darker color and distinctive “nutty” smell. Women on a hair growth regimen often swear by JBCO because it’s believed that the ash content promotes growth more quickly than regular castor oil. Use it on your scalp, particularly thinning areas, or to seal the ends of your hair to prevent dryness.

Don’t let the big hair fool you. There’s levels to this…………art by @keturahariel

Don’t let the big hair fool you. There’s levels to this…………art by @keturahariel

Puff it out! This is so gorg!’

Puff it out! This is so gorg!’

sunnydaze86:

Fro love

sunnydaze86:

Fro love

Loc Elegance. How gorgeous is THIS?!!

Loc Elegance. How gorgeous is THIS?!!

thegoodhairchroniclez:

mrslucytyler

This is too fabulous for words! #naturalhair

thegoodhairchroniclez:

mrslucytyler

This is too fabulous for words! #naturalhair