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Frequently Asked Questions
"Gold MOOD Collection"
We are one of the few companies in the entire beauty industry to test all our products with the Hair analysis test and scalp biopsy. These tests allowed us to choose the highest quality, most natural ingredients for our products and it also enables us to formulate the products so that each ingredient in a formula contributes to the overall synergistic effect and is in the right proportion to the other ingredients. We make each product as potent as possible and use almost no fillers, binders, coverings, etc.
There is no substitute for quality and with belair you are guaranteed to get the highest quality products with a value that can't be beat no matter what your needs are.
The best conditioner for black hair is one that effectively provides long-lasting moisture without weight down the hair. Many of the conditioners for African-American hair listed here are ultra-rich and hydrating, offering effective protection from breakage and just enough conditioning to keep hair silky and soft. Be sure to vote for the conditioners you like the most and vote down those you haven't found to be all that great. Also, please do add any products that are missing.
What makes a truly great conditioner for ethnic hair? The top conditioners for African-American hair frequently include wonderful, all natural botanical ingredients that gently coat the hair, making it supple. It's super important to avoid letting hair become very dry, because that absolutely makes the hair shaft brittle and far more prone to breaking. It's much easier to prevent the problem with a good moisturizing conditioner for black hair, instead of trying to treat the issue after the damage has already been done.
Another thing to consider: Some conditioners are designed to work best on natural hair; others are best for chemically relaxed hair. Be sure to read labels carefully to determine which formulas will work best for you.
Some conditioners are so-called "deep" conditioners, designed to be used a few times a week for extra oomph. Others are leave-in conditioners, which aren't rinsed out after shampooing. Still, others are really great for "co-washing," a process that involves skipping potentially damaging and drying shampoos in favor of a good conditioner. Not everyone is into co-washing, but if you are, you'll probably love are products listed below.
Having the best conditioner for black hair is a must, but it is only one component of a healthy hair plan.Check out our premier line of products for black hair, the best sulfate-free shampoos, organic conditioners and best Morrocan "pure" argan oil.
#1: Morrocan "pure" argan oil
Experience a head-to-toe indulgence. Moroccanoil Body™ Pure Argan Oil envelops skin, nails, and hair with the nourishing properties of 100% pure argan oil. Extremely rich in Vitamin E, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants, this luxurious, non-greasy oil provides multiple conditioning and moisturizing benefits for the face, body and hair leaving all three with beauty and shine. It glides on like silk and absorbs quickly for a head-to-toe moisturizing and pampering experience. Fragrance-free. Paraben-free.
#2: Hydrating Conditioner
Condition and detangle dehydrated hair with our Hydrating Conditioner. This gentle, daily-use formula leaves hair smoother, more manageable and easier to style. Infused with antioxidant-rich argan oil, Vitamins A and E and moisture-attracting red algae for optimal hydration for all hair types--from normal to dry hair. Color-safe. Sulfate-free, phosphate-free and paraben-free.
#3: Moisturizing Shampoo
Infuse dehydrated, dry hair with much-needed moisture. Moroccanoil Hydrating Shampoo conditions hair with antioxidant-rich argan oil, Vitamins A and E and moisture-attracting red algae—for hair that looks and feels healthier. This moisturizing shampoo is gentle enough for daily use and provides optimal hydration for both normal and color-treated hair. Increase your hair's manageability, smoothness, and shine. Color-safe. Sulfate-free, phosphate-free and paraben-free.
#4: Color Save
Keep your colored hair looking as bright on day 60 as it did on day. Don't let expensive dye-jobs fade fast! We put together the best products for extending the life of every hair color-from rich mocha and spicy copper, to dynamic golden highlights. This color-maintenance oil repairs and fortifies brittle, dull-looking hair by adding necessary moisture and shine.Our color save contains a sunflower extract that acts as a natural UV filter, which hydrates and helps protects hair against oxidation.
3 Life-Changing Beauty Hacks For Women of Color
It’s a fact that women are beautiful the world over. However, some women of color may find it difficult at times to find a suitable cosmetic when shopping at some department store makeup counters. Some makeup lines simply do not carry foundations that are dark enough. Others may lack the color foundations that can easily show up on darker skin. The following beauty hacks can help African American women achieve the ultimate beauty look.
Hack #1. If you have a darker complexion, avoid wearing makeup that’s too light. Yellow-based foundations work best for darker skin. The best applications apply when there’s no physical boundary between your skins and its makeup. When there’s difficulty finding the right color, mixing a lighter skin and darker skin color together may be just what’s needed. Brown and copper bronzers complement African American skin tones extremely well.
Hack# 2. Neutrals, earth tones, dark burgundy, and pinks are complementary colors that work well with darker skin. A little lip gloss brings it all together.
Hack #3. The darker your skin, the easier it is to use bright colors. Eyes can be accentuated with either brown or black eyeliner along with black mascara to help the lashes stand out.
Several popular makeup lines that African American women favor include IMAN Cosmetics, Cover Girl’s Queen collection line, M.A.C, Black Radiance and Fashion Fair. Combine these lines for the best beauty results.
Belair Loves Beautiful Skin
Apply cocoa butter to help moisturize your skin. Proper moisturizing prevents itching and scratch which can leave a dry, flakey look. Many black women already believe they have beautiful skin, so there’s often a minimal attempt to correct or enhance it. There’s also less worry of sunburn due to a heavier coat of melanin.
We Provide Beautiful Hair
African American women, like every culture in the world, have numerous hair types that include extremely curly, coarse, straight, thick and thin. Hair that is dry needs lots of moisture. Controlling your texture and style can be accomplished with oil treatments, conditioners, hair masques and DIY treatments in wrapping your hair in a steamed towel.
Reducing the use of chemicals reduces the chance of weakening your hair. Certain chemicals and relaxers, along with heat, can damage and dry your hair. Embracing one’s hair as is can be a celebration of ethnic heritage. More and more African American women are choosing this route and identifying with their own concept of beauty.
What length should I get?
Hair Length Guide
Guide to getting the proper length that's just right. For you!
INDIAN & CAMBODIAN HAIR: Straight raw hair is true to its length, wavy hair is usually about 1.5″ longer when straightened, and curly hair is also usually 1.5″ longer when straightened. The hair is true to length in it’s natural state.
HOW MANY BUNDLES WILL YOU NEED?
- 12″-16″ 2 Bundles
- 18″-22″ 3 Bundles
- 24″ & Up 4 Bundles
*This applies to partial sew-ins, full sew-in, and closure/frontal sew-ins and vixens. You will not need any more hair than this. **YOU WILL NEED THE ABOVE QUANTITIES, PLUS CLOSURE OR FRONTAL IF YOU CHOOSE TO USE ONE.
IF YOU DESIRE EXTREMELY FULL HAIR, PLEASE ADD ONE ADDITIONAL BUNDLE.
It’s very important to choose a length which you will be happy with. A very long length can be hard to maintain if you are new to hair extensions.