These viral hair trends could destroy your natural hair
Back in the day, most natural advice online could be found on large haircare forums with thousands of threads dedicated to curly hair. These forums were the main hubs of haircare information, bubbling with different curly hair perspectives. These days, hair advice is more diffuse, with the sources scattered across the Internet, including social media sites like YouTube and Instagram.
One downside of this is that we can end up in social bubbles, where the information spread into each community is less likely to get checked. That makes it easier for harmful trends to take root and do some serious damage before they get debunked.
Like the following trends currently circulating online. None of them are worth losing your hair over - feel free to avoid them like the plague.
DHA Hair Care Experts
Afro Hair Show 2012
Dominican Hair Alliance
Dominican Hair Republic