Best Oils for Fast Hair Growth April 06 2018
If you’re trying to grow longer and thicker hair, you may be looking for information about the best oils to use for fast hair growth.
Figuring out which ingredients to incorporate into your routine can be overwhelming, especially when you’re trying to avoid a greasy scalp. However, if you use the right oils and techniques, you’ll likely come out with an excellent addition to your regimen.
In this post, you’ll find out which oils are best for your hair and scalp, so you can get thicker, longer hair. Keep reading to see which oils can effectively grow your mane.
Best Essential Oils for Hair Growth
Essential oils are a great medicinal option to keep in your bathroom cabinet for healing the scalp and promoting hair growth. Here is a list of essential oils that are scientifically proven to speed hair growth.
- Peppermint Essential Oil. Peppermint contains menthol and creates a wonderful cooling sensation on the scalp, relieving inflammation and itching. It also helps to stimulate the blood circulation of the follicle cells and speed hair growth.
- Rosemary Essential Oil. Rosemary quickens hair growth by increasing blood circulation, fighting chronic inflammation, and reducing dihydrotestosterone (DHT) levels. Rosemary also acts to prevent fibrosis (scar formation) on the scalp. It even helps reverse graying hair.
- Eucalyptus Essential Oil. Eucalyptus is a natural antiseptic, making it useful in preventing scalp ailments like folliculitis and fungus. Like peppermint, this menthol-containing oil soothes the scalp. Eucalyptus is antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal, making it the perfect oil for healthy hair follicles.
- Lavender Essential Oil. Want an effective oil that has a natural fragrant smell? Lavender is the ideal option, especially if you want faster hair growth. Its antibacterial properties can treat inflammation, soothe itching and ward off dandruff. As you probably already know, stress can be a major culprit of hair loss. Lavender is a great hair growth oil that doubles as a stress-reliever.
- Cedarwood Essential Oil. Cedarwood essential oil is known to stop hair loss by stimulating the blood circulation of the scalp. Its antiviral and antibacterial properties help to cleanse and unclog scalp follicles, resulting in speedier hair growth.
- Tea Tree Oil. No haircare list would be complete without tea tree oil. Tea tree isn’t scientifically proven to promote hair growth, but it does help to clean the scalp and calm itching. Harsh scratching can lead to follicle damage. The less you scratch your head, the more likely you’ll retain healthy hair follicles. Tea tree can help, especially if you’re trying to stretch your time between washes. However, you may want to avoid using tea tree in your conditioners, as it can dry out natural hair.
A little goes a long way with essential oils. You only need a few drops at a time, and you should always place them inside of a carrier oil or blend them into a product. See below for the best growth-promoting carrier oils.
Best Carrier Oils for Hair Growth
It’s crucial to dilute essential oils whenever you use them because of their potency. Most essential oils are too strong to use directly on the skin and can even irritate the scalp, causing an adverse reaction.
Oils that further aid in hair growth make the best carriers for essential oils. By pairing a potent essential oil with a hair-growth carrier oil, you’ll be able to get thicker, longer hair in less time.
Here is a list of excellent carrier oils for hair growth:
- Black Jamaican Castor Oil. This type of castor oil is potent because the castor seeds are roasted. It’s the ricinoleic acid in black Jamaican castor oil that helps to promote hair growth, especially in people suffering from ailments like fungus, dry scalp, and inflammation.
- Pumpkin Seed Oil. This cold-pressed oil helps to reduce DHT production and contains several key vitamins that nourish the hair follicle cells. Pumpkin seed oil contains zinc, vitamin A, K, and E. It is like nutritious food for the follicles.
- Olive Oil. This common pantry ingredient can heal the scalp and provide the ideal environment for hair growth. It balances the pH levels of the skin and helps to heal dandruff and dry, itchy scalp. Olive oil contains antioxidants which protect the scalp and follicles from aging.
- Avocado Oil. Avocado oil promotes blood flow to the scalp and nourishes the hair follicle cells. This superfruit is loaded with vitamin E, copper, folic acid, and vitamin B, all of which provide nourishment to the scalp.
How to Use Oils for Fast Hair Growth
Always remember to mix all essential oils with a carrier oil to dilute their concentrated strength. It’s easy to make an oil mixture that will give you the thicker, longer hair you’ve been seeking.
- Add Drops to Store-Bought Products. Improving your store-bought products by adding a few drops of hair-growth essential oils is one of the easiest ways to speed hair growth. First, choose an essential and carrier oil from the list above, or pick several. Then mix 10-15 drops into each bottle of your favorite shampoo, conditioner, and deep conditioner.
- Massage into the Scalp. An oil mixture can be applied directly to the scalp for excellent hair growth benefits. Mix 5 drops of your chosen essential oil with 1 tablespoon of your selected carrier oil. Massage the oil into your scalp with your fingertips. Do the massage in an inverted position for even more blood flow.
- Make Your Own Hair Growth Mask. Another way to apply oils is to coat the hair and let it sit for an hour. Try this recipe for longer, thicker hair:
Hair Growth DIY Mask for Natural Hair
1 Ripe Avocado
3 Tbsp Honey or Glycerin
3 Tbsp Black Jamaican Castor Oil
10 Drops Essential Oils of Choice
1. Mix all ingredients in a blender until smooth.
2. Part your hair into four sections.
3. Apply the mixture to the hair and scalp.
4. Let it sit for one hour, then rinse and style.
Try to incorporate hair growth oils into your regimen three times per week to see a big difference in the thickness and length of your natural hair.
What about you? Do you have any favorites to add to the list of best oils for hair growth?
Do You Need a Protein Treatment? March 30 2018
If your natural hair is showing signs of damage, you might be wondering whether you should do a protein treatment. Even if your hair isn’t showing major signs of damage, you still may consider using protein to make your mane healthier.
Deciding whether to do a protein treatment can be confusing because there are several to choose from. You might also be concerned about breakage and being overly sensitive to protein.
In this post, you’ll get a comprehensive overlook of protein treatments, so you can choose whether you want to add them to your natural hair regimen.
What is a Protein Treatment for Natural Hair?
When your hair is damaged, the integrity of the shaft weakens, and your hair will appear dull and unhealthy. If the cortex has been broken down with rough handling and chemical treatments, then it can easily develop split ends and break. Plus, damaged hair looks less shiny because there are so many holes in the strand.
Protein treatments help to fill in the gaps on porous hair. They do not permanently repair the hair shaft, but they do aid in patching up the holes.
Who is Most Likely to Need a Protein Treatment?
If your hair is showing signs of damage, you might benefit from a protein treatment. Consider doing a home protein treatment if you have one of the following types of hair:
- Frizzy Strands. If your hair is frizzy, then it is dry and probably damaged. Adding protein treatments to your regimen will help to define your curls better and will help to fight frizz.
- Color-Treated Hair. Hair dyes can strip the shaft of its integrity when you use them to lighten your mane. Lifting the color means that chemicals need to destroy your natural color before adding the new dye. This breakdown of pigment results in highly porous hair. You can temporarily patch hair color damage by using protein treatments before and after you dye your natural hair.
- Transitioning Hair. If you’re transitioning from relaxed hair into natural curls, you’ll find that your hair is weaker at the line of demarcation. The line of demarcation refers to where old hair meets new. Your hair is susceptible to breakage at this point. You can strengthen the area by applying protein to the line more than you’d apply it to the rest of your locks.
- Split Ends. Frayed and tapered ends is an indication that the hair is damaged. You may be able to temporarily fix split ends by applying protein onto them. Split ends can also occur in the middle of the strand if you’ve tied your hair with rough and tight ponytail holders. Always use soft nylon-based hair ties that don’t contain an elastic band. Snappee’s entire accessory line is made for preventing this type of damage.
- Heat Tools. Doing occasional straightening with blow dryers or flat irons can lead to damage if the cortex overheats. Protein can help to temporarily patch the damage so that your hair looks and feels healthier. Most of all, it can prevent breakage. Schedule protein treatments into your routine before and after you heat-straighten your mane.
What Type of Protein Should You Use for Natural Hair?
There are several types of protein on the market and choosing one can get overwhelming. Above all else, make sure the product you choose is hydrolyzed or quaternized.
Hydrolyzation and quarternization are scientific ways to break down the protein so that you can infuse the molecules into the hair shaft. Here are some of the major types of protein for natural hair:
- Sea Kelp. Seaweed is one of the newest hair proteins to hit the market. It is effective for patching holes and enriching the hair. Sea kelp contains several vitamins and minerals, so your hair will get protein and nutrition.
- Soy Protein. Soy protein is plant-based and effective for strengthening damaged hair and increasing the elasticity. However, you’ll want to avoid it if you are allergic to soy.
- Silk Protein. This natural protein is effective for creating soft and silky strands. Silk protein is harvested from silk worms, so this protein could be an issue for anyone who wants to avoid using animal products.
- Wheat Protein. This plant-based protein is very common, and it is effective. However, you’ll want to avoid it if there’s a possibility that the wheat will make your scalp itch. Definitely steer clear of hydrolyzed wheat protein if you are sensitive to gluten.
- Rice Protein. Hydrolyzed rice protein is a great plant-based option for anyone that needs an effective protein treatment without fear of triggering allergies or scalp-itching. Plus, it’s vegan.
- Keratin. This type of protein is taken from hooves, horns, and feathers of animals, so you’ll want to avoid keratin if you’re looking for a cruelty-free product. Also, be sure to read labels carefully before buying keratin products. Some keratin treatments contain highly toxic formaldehyde and formaldehyde-derivatives.
How to Balance Protein with Moisture for Less Breakage
Are you protein-sensitive? Low porosity types tend to have trouble using protein and it can even cause too much brittleness for high porosity types too.
If your hair tends to break when you use protein products, you may want to try balancing them with moisture before you banish protein altogether.
Protein and moisture go together, and they work synergistically to create healthy strands. You should always do a deep conditioning treatment after doing a protein treatment.
If you’re still showing signs of protein overload and breakage after moisturizing, you may want to limit protein usage. However, you don’t want to completely throw them out because protein is healthy for your hair.
Instead, identify which of your products contain any of the above-listed proteins, and push the items to the back of your cabinet for 2-3 months while you focus on moisture. When your hair contains plenty moisture, you may be able to go back to using your protein products for strengthening your strands.
Using a protein treatment 1-2 times per month might be exactly what you need for stronger hair. Hair shine will increase as the holes in the hair shaft become fuller and your strands can reflect light better. Plus, you’ll enjoy the look and feel of having healthier hair that isn’t prone to breakage.
Have you tried protein treatments for your natural hair, and if so, were they effective at controlling breakage?
How to Avoid Heat Damage on Natural Hair March 23 2018
Curious about how to avoid heat damage on natural hair? You’ve probably heard tons of warnings about not using heat on natural hair, but you might feel the need to rebel and do it anyway.
The good news is that you can successfully heat your hair without damaging it, but you just need to use certain precautions. It’s wise to research about the best way to do it beforehand, so you can avoid irreparable damage to your curls.
In this post, you’ll find out the best ways to use heated styling methods without damage.
Stretch Your Hair Before Everything Else
The best way to avoid heat damage is to not use heat at all. High heat can cause the water inside of your hair’s cortex to overheat and boil. Try using a heat-free method of straightening your hair. No-heat methods won’t get kinky hair super straight, but you’ll be able to loosen the curl pattern for styling and manageability.
However, if you must use heat, try stretching your hair first. Stretching will get it semi-straight, and that means you won’t have to heat the hair as much. Stretching methods include twisting, braiding, bantu knots, and banding.
Wash and detangle your hair before you heat-style, but make sure your hair is completely dry and stretched before beginning your heat process.
Consider Seeing a Professional
Hair stylists know more about heat damage than we do because they’re educated on the subject, and they know how to heat the hair safely. Try visiting a pro If you want to make sure your hair stays damage-free.
Be sure to visit a stylist that specializes in natural hair, since type 4 hair requirements are different from less curly hair types. A professional salon job may be affordable for your budget if you only do it a couple times per year.
Limit the Number of Heat Tools You Use
Most ladies that want to straighten their hair will blow dry it first, and flat iron it after. But if you want healthy curls, consider only using one tool.
Theoretically, the blow dryer is used for drying hair. Instead, try air-drying overnight while stretching your natural hair. Then you’ll only need to flat iron in the morning.
A word of caution though: Flat irons tend to be worse for your hair than blow dryers. Once you place the delicate strands between two hot plates, damage can occur.
Plus, flat iron temperatures tend to be hotter, and you typically hold the flat iron on a strand for longer time than you’d do with a blow dryer.
So, if you’re trying to decide between blow drying and flat ironing, choose blow drying. Or an even less direct option would be to use an overhead dryer. See more about that below.
Use Indirect Heat to Avoid Damage
One of the best ways to avoid heat damage is to avoid placing the heat directly on the strands. An overhead dryer on a low-heat setting will be much better for your hair, though you won’t get it bone-straight. Plus, you’d need to use rollers to set the hair.
Soft, bonnet-style hood dryers are less expensive than the hard, professional-quality dryers you see at the salons. You’d still need to hook it up to a blow dryer, but you probably already own one.
However, if you’re set on using a blow dryer without the soft hood, try putting a ceramic diffuser onto the end of your blow dryer to spread out the heat more evenly.
A diffuser will be gentler on your curls and will reduce frizz. Using an anti-frizz serum will help to keep frizz at bay too.
Be sure to use your blow dryer on the lowest heat setting with whichever method you choose.
How to Protect Hair from Flat Iron Heat Damage
If you’ve decided to use a flat iron on your natural hair, you’ll need to coat each strand beforehand with a quality heat protectant. Most heat protectants are loaded with chemicals and silicones, but a dosage of these is better than facing heat damage.
A good heat protectant will form a shield around the hair shaft to help you avoid heat contact. Try HSI Professional or Xtava Thermal Heat Protectant Spray for the best results.
Set your flat iron to a low setting. 300-350 degrees Fahrenheit is ideal for kinky hair, but you should also pay attention to the thickness of your strands. Use the lower temperature for fine hair, and higher for coarse natural hair.
Also, you may be tempted to pass the iron over your mane twice to get it bone-straight, but this second pass would expose the hair to more heat. Only use one pass when you’re flat ironing your hair to avoid overheating the strands.
You might be wondering how often you can use heat-styling on your natural hair. The answer depends on the condition of your hair, but it’s best to limit heat usage to special occasions only.
It’s crucial to back up all heat usage with nourishment to counteract any potential dryness or breakage. Be sure to strengthen your curls on your next wash day with a reparative protein treatment and a deep conditioning mask.
Protein will help to fill in the gaps from any possible damage, and the deep conditioner will infuse moisture into your hair.
Now, it’s your turn to discuss. Do you use heat to style your hair, and if so, have you been able to avoid heat damage on natural hair?
Easy Ways to Protect Your Natural Hair in the Winter February 15 2018
Curious about how to take care of your natural hair in the winter?
Well first off, make sure you're NOT making these 10 Natural Hair Mistakes!
Let's be honest, trying to follow an elaborate regimen is probably one of the last things you want to do during the cold season.
It’s dark, gloomy, and there’s not a whole lot of energy to be found for wash day. You’d probably rather hibernate. The problem is, the more you let your hair hibernate, the more damage you’ll have to repair later.
So, what’s a curly girl to do?
In this post, you’ll find out all about easy winter haircare, so you can get the full and healthy hair you want year-round. If you’re looking for the best winter natural haircare tips, keep reading.
Curly Hair Craves Moisture
The way you take care of your hair in the winter can have a dramatic effect on the overall health of your hair. You may find that your hair grows slower, and that it doesn’t feel as soft or pliable like it does during the warmer months.
The cold season often causes brittle hair and dryness, making it difficult to retain length. Your scalp may become drier and itchier too, hindering the follicles from creating strong, elastic hair.
Luckily, there are some things you can do to combat the winter hair blues and turn the dryness around. The key is to make your regimen easier by doing a few smart techniques.
If you make a habit out of these methods, you’ll soon have the gorgeous, long hair you want.
Deep Conditioning Your Natural Hair in the Winter
Doing weekly conditioning masks is one of the best things you can do to infuse moisture into your strands. When it’s cold and dark, you may not have tons of energy to cook up fantastic DIY products in your kitchen.
The easiest thing to do in the wintertime is to purchase a jar of deep conditioner and spruce it up by adding a few of your own ingredients.
Natural oils and humectants are two of the most moisturizing things to add to your deep conditioner. Here are three favorite additions:
- Avocado Oil. You’ll probably love the creaminess of this oil on your curls. Avocado oil is loaded with nutrition and it can penetrate deeply because its molecules are small enough to enter the hair shaft. Adding 1-2 teaspoons of this useful oil will feed the shaft nutrients during the week.
- Jojoba Oil. Jojoba is actually a wax that acts very much like your scalp’s natural sebum. As you probably know, sebum has trouble traveling the full length of curly hair because of the many coils. Jojoba does a great job of mimicking your sebum when you spread it to the end of each strand. Add a small amount to your jar of deep conditioner for extra protection.
- Honey or Glycerin. These humectants will draw moisture from the air and into your hair. They combat the dryness of winter and they will help to soften and condition the hair. They should always be combined with water or water-based products. Most deep conditioner brands list water as their first ingredient, but always check the label before adding glycerin. 1-2 tablespoons of honey or glycerin per 12-oz container of deep conditioner is plenty.
The LOC Method for Curly and Kinky Hair
Layering on products with the LOC method is one of the most helpful things you can do to keep your hair moisturized during the winter.
This technique consists of three steps: Liquid, oil, and cream. By applying your products in a sequence, you’ll withstand the harshness of winter.
Layering products onto your strands will be more effective than mixing and applying them all at once because you’ll have several layers of protective coats.
Here is a breakdown of the LOC Method:
- Liquid. Your natural hair care session should always begin with hydration. The hydrator can be water from a shower, aloe vera juice or gel, or a water-based product. Hair becomes softer, pliable, and more manageable when it has enough H20 infused into the shaft.
- Oil. A nutritive oil will help to seal in the hydration from the first step. Plus, you’ll find that oils are perfect for lubricating the strand enough to slide tangles apart easier. If you use a penetrative oil like avocado, coconut, or olive, you’ll be able to feed your hair nutrients too.
- Cream. Heavy and light creams are perfect for applying an additional layer onto the strand. This last step will help you style your curls and avoid frizz.
If you routinely do all three steps in the method two or three times per week, you’ll likely have moisturized hair that is less prone to breakage.
Protecting Your Natural Hair from the Elements
Now that you know how to moisturize and seal each strand with product, you can guard it even further by covering your curls.
Here are three of the best ways to shield your natural hair from harsh weather:
- Use Protective Styling. This type of styling is helpful for growing long, healthy curls. The idea behind it is to fully or partially cover the ends of the hair. Twists, bantu knots, and classy updos make great protective hairstyles. Want an easy protective style you can do quickly each morning? Use your Snappee hair tie to make a braided low bun. Wrap your hair with the Snappee to form a low ponytail. Close the Snappee, and then create a braid. Finish by tucking the end of the braid under the Snappee to make sure it’s well-hidden from the cold.
- Wear a Hat or Scarf When Outside. It’s simple, inexpensive and effective. Using a hat could save your hair this winter and make your wash days much easier. What if you don’t want to wear a hat all day long? If you purchase a satin-lined hat, you’ll be able to slide it on and off throughout the day without creating friction and tangles. Just put it on when you go outside into the cold and remove it when you’re indoors. A silk scarf is easy to wear and protective too.
- Nightly Satin Bonnet. It’s hard to believe that the way we treat our curls at night will affect the way they hold up during the day, but it’s true. You may not see broken strands on the pillow case, but the breakage will show itself on wash day if you don’t guard your curls. Satin bonnets serve to protect the hair from pillowcase friction and breakage and they help to keep moisture inside the strand, where it belongs.
Ready for healthy winter hair? There are a couple things to keep in mind. The winter hair care routine is not one-size fits all. Every head of curls is different.
Plus, your city’s climate can vary from day to day.
Do you live in a climate that has dry frost on Monday and high-humidity on Tuesday? Check the weather before you go out, so you can plan and adjust your regimen.
Above all, it’s crucial to experiment and see what your hair likes. Taking care of your hair and scalp during the winter months will help you to have healthy growth year-round.
Remember, make sure you're NOT making these 10 Natural Hair Mistakes or else none of the above will work for you.
Now, it’s your turn to discuss.
How do you care for your natural hair in the winter?
Summer Hair: Do’s and Don’ts July 19 2016
Summer has officially kicked off and we cannot wait to go out and enjoy it. We’re sure you can’t wait to do the same! You’ve packed your beach bag, you’ve planned the perfect summer to-do list with your friends. Well, whether you’re out enjoying some time laying on the beach, or having summer adventures with your friends, your hair may be exposed to a lot of harsh conditions. This is why we have compiled some summer do’s and dont’s that will help you keep your hair safe, and ready to take on any situation.
During summer your hair will be exposed to many unpleasant conditions that will damage your hair. Luckily, we know some top tips that will save you from unnecessary stress.
Protect your hair from UV damage: If you are planning on spending long periods of time out in the sun be sure to protect your hair from the sun’s harmful UV rays. You can do this by wearing a sun hat to shield your hair from the sun, plus you will look absolutely gorgeous rocking it! Another great way to protect your hair during sun exposure is to use sunscreen. That’s right! Sunscreen is not only for your skin. Products such as, Sun Bum Beach Leave In Formula, Aveda Sun Care Protective Veil, Pre-Soleil Hair Mist, and Paul Mitchell Sun Shield Conditioning Spray will protect your hair while you enjoy your summer plans.
Try a DIY natural hair remedy: If you already have some damage caused by the sun, not to worry! We also know of a way to nourish your hair to bring it back to its former healthy form. We recommend trying a DIY natural hair mask, such as a nourishing avocado hair mask. Avocado is rich in fatty acids, and vitamin E, which help nourish and promote hair growth. There are many other hair-boosting ingredients that help nourish dry, damaged hair. Coconut oil, eggs, olive oil, and honey are just a few of the ingredients that we recommend using. So, don’t be afraid to mix these ingredients to create your own hair-nourishing hair mask!
Read our “Summer Hair With Snappee” blog post: You will find some beautiful summer hairstyles that are easy to create using our Snappees, plus they require little to no hair product, which is what your hair is begging for this summer!
Of course there are precautions you should also take. During summer there are some hair routines that may not be a big deal during non summer months, but while the sun is shining outside you should definitely avoid doing these:
Brush Hair While It Is Still Wet: Although you will probably be doing a lot of activities that involve water, you should be extra careful brushing your hair during the hot summer months as doing so will add more stress to your hair. When your hair is wet it is weaker, and more susceptible to damage. For this reason, when you’re done hitting the pool, or the beach, use a wide-tooth comb and start untangling from the bottom up.
Use Heat: Go easy on Straighteners, curling irons, and blow dryers they will further damage your hair creating split ends and dry hair. Instead, give your hair a break and try a cute heatless hairstyle, trust us your hair will appreciate it! If you need to dry your hair, what better way than going natural or air drying your hair?
Use Quick Drying Products: Hair products such as gel or hairspray, although effective in maintaining your hairdo on point, can cause dry hair, which is why we recommend using as little as possible, or better yet rock your hair in a no-heat, no-product hairdo.
This summer be sure to take care of your locks! Go out and enjoy summer without having to worry about your hair getting damaged. By following our summer hair do’s and dont’s we guarantee that you and your hair will have an awesome time doing all those summer activities you have planned. Sure your hair will be put through many harsh conditions, but it will come out strong and healthy!
Snappee On The Go April 28 2016
A Day With Snappee
Imagine those days where you get everything right, including your hair. Aren’t they the best? Maybe it's a bit of faith, or a bit of luck. Well, we think Snappee has something to do with that too!
We recently spent the day with cheer captain Regene to see how Snappee helps her transition throughout her day. As a busy full-time college student, undecided major, with many duties such as studying for exams, planning cheer activities, and managing a part-time job. Regene finds it easiest to style her curly 3B hair with Snappees, Mixed Chicks hair creme and oil to keep her beautiful curls bouncy and in tact.
At the start of her day she goes through her usual morning routine of spraying water to revive her curls and applying a bit of product, then putting her hair back with the Snappee headband style to keep her curls in place for class. Regene finds it best to have her hair down, but out of her face during the day.
By mid-day, she may be done with class and her hair is still perfectly in place but her day is not over yet! Regene then shifted to her leading role as cheer squad captain of 15. That is no easy task!
During our day with Regene she decided to work a half up half down ponytail hairstyle for practice. She loves to look cute while still being able to perform all of her stunts without fussing with her hair.
We followed up with her after practice during her cool down stretch to see how Snappee and her 'do had kept up after three hours of active movement. We found that even after all that cheering and stunting Regene’s hair stayed perfectly in place. She loved how her hair was one less thing she had to worry about and knew Snappee had her covered.
Even though our day with Regene came to an end, we were happy to see that Snappee helped another woman on the go, transition throughout her busy day!
“I love all the different color varieties. These Snappees are amazing to use on my hair, doesn’t damage or rip out any of my curls.”
- Regene (Cheer Captain)