First off, let me start by saying that long hair does not always equal healthy hair. Many women who are searching for just a few inches for new styles may find themselves battling growth, and, in many cases, all it takes is a few lifestyle changes to achieve your hair length goals. If you find that your hair is shedding or breaking at an abnormal rate, however, it is best to consult a doctor. Here are a few reasons that your hair may not be growing.
Want softer, shinier hair? Get in the kitchen and get crafty, curly girl! Hair rinses are amazing for your hair. Not only are rinses easy and affordable to make, they are also a natural way to give your hair the softened restoration and moisture it deserves, especially if you are transitioning from chemicals, hot tools and colors.
The Gradual Grow Out is a slow and steady transition from chemically treated hair to natural hair. There are 7-Steps that keep your hair healthy and manageable throughout this journey. Transitioning gradually with a professional partner provides expertise in proper product selection and easy styling techniques. Read those 7 steps here!
Luckily, there are tons of options when it comes to beauty super foods. Variety is the key to avoiding boredom but also necessary to ensure your body, as a whole, is well rounded in nutrition. Just to get us started on healthy eating for natural beauty, here are five super foods I’ve found to be tried and true when my hair needs that extra boost!
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