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What is A WnG Or W&G?
WnG or W&G stands for Wash and Go. This term refers to the convenient styling of washing hair and applying ...
What Are Two-strand Twists?
Two-strand Twists is a style in which sections of hair are divided into two smaller sections which you will then ...
What is A Twist Out?
Twist Out is a style created by two-strand twisting wet or damp hair then allowing it to dry before unravelling ...
What is A TWA?
TWA stands for Teeny Weeny Afro. This refers to one to three four inches of textured natural hair which grows ...
What is Transitioning?
Transitioning is the process of allowing relaxed hair to move to a natural state before cutting off the relaxed ends ...
What is A TNC?
TNC stands for Twist and Curl. This refers to a technique similar to the braid and curl. Wet or damp hair ...
What is Stretching?
Stretching means different things in different contexts: Natural hair – It refers to countering shrinkage by elongating hair in its ...
What is SLS?
SLS stands for Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. This is a detergent which is often used in shampoos and permanent and semi-permanent ...
What is Slip?
Slip is used to refer to a smooth glide along the hair surface after applying oil or a conditioner. This is ...
What is Shingling?
Shingling is the process of adding gel or curl cram to small sections of very wet hair and smoothing the ...
What is Sealing?
Sealing is the process of applying an oil or a butter or cream to lock moisture into the hair by filling ...
What is S&D?
S&D stands for Search & Destroy. This is the process of locating frayed or weathered ends and trimming them off ...
What is Protective Styling?
Protective styling refers to styles that protect the ends of the hair from drying out or becoming damaged. Such styles eliminate ...
What Does Poo In Hair Care Mean?
This refers to shampoo ...
What is Pony Puff?
This is a style in which hair is pulled up into a loose pony and secured loosely at the base ...
What is Plopping?
This is a technique, used to rid the hair of excess moisture, involves lowering head by bending forward and covering ...
What is A PJ?
PJ stands for Product Junkie. This refers to a person who constantly buys several products and brands on the market ...
What is Pineappling?
Pineappling is the process of arranging hair atop the head in a pony puff using ouch- less bands in an effort ...
What is Nappyversary Or Nattyversary?
This is a term used to refer to the anniversary of the day one decided to return to natural or ...
What is MBL?
MBL stands for Mid Back Length. This is yet another reference to hair length in which the hair extends down to ...
What Are Locs?
Locs also known as dreadlocs, dreadlocks or dreads are a style in which hair is sectioned into small segments and ...
What is A Length Plateau?
A length plateau is when your hair gets to a state of stagnation in that it seems to be stuck at ...
What Does HH Mean?
HH stands for Hand in Hair, similar to Hand In Hair Syndrome. This is used to refer to the practice ...
What Are Edges?
Edges refer to the hair around the hairline including the baby hairs which are sometimes styled into elaborate designs Some hairstyles ...
What is HG?
HG stands for Holy Grail. This is used to refer to products which you have tried and proven to offer ...
What is Henna?
Henna is a natural powdered dye which is derived from a particular plant when it is dried and pounded. When ...
What is Hair typing?
Hair typing is a way to place natural hair into categories based on certain characteristics that indicate the amount of ...
What Is A Frohawk?
A frohawk is a style in which the sides of hair are flattened against the scalp by smoothing, pinning or ...
What is A Fro?
Fro is the shortened form for the word or style ‘Afro’ ...
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