7 Myths About Black Hair A How To Guide on Growing Long African Hair Adrienne Watts

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7 Myths About Black Hair A How To Guide on Growing Long African Hair  by  Adrienne Watts

7 Myths About Black Hair A How To Guide on Growing Long African Hair by Adrienne Watts
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Black women can have long healthy hair! The Second Edition of the 7 Myths About Black Hair is here to educate the public about black hair care. There is a science to black hair care. Too many hair care professionals do not understand the scienceMoreBlack women can have long healthy hair! The Second Edition of the 7 Myths About Black Hair is here to educate the public about black hair care. There is a science to black hair care. Too many hair care professionals do not understand the science part of caring for black hair.

This has lead to bad hair care for black women. However, 7 Myths About Black Hair is here to correct the misinformation plaguing the hair of black women around the world.If you are relaxing your hair every six weeks, getting a trim after each relaxer and doing everything you are supposed to do but still have short hair -- then this book is for you. The fact is many black women are using the wrong relaxers, moisturizers, conditioners and styling products. Many are using too much heat and getting relaxers and trims too frequently.

This book is a step by step guide on how black women who use chemical straighteners can grow their hair.The biggest myth plaguing black women is that they cannot grow their hair past their shoulders. This myth was widely accepted until black women decided to take control of their hair care. As many black women decided to go natural they began to notice how long their hair could grow. In addition, black women with natural hair learned that heat and some styling products were hazardous to their hair. Women with chemically straightened hair also began investigating the products used in black hair salons.

The result has been a breakthrough for the black hair care industry.Like everything in life, no two black women have the same hair. Therefore, hair products in salons and on drug store shelves do not address the needs of most black women. 7 Myths About Black Hair will teach you what products to look for and how to find the right hair care professionals.

Once you gain this information the all important hair care regimen can be established and you will be on your way to longer locks.



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