Tag: growing natural hair
The nutrients your body needs for hair growth are scooped up by hair follicles from the bloodstream. Thus healthy circulation is essential for speedy hair growth. Anybody looking to improve their hair should exercise regularly. You don’t have to do a strenuous weight training workout like a Gladiator – just walking two miles per day (about 30 minutes) will do the trick.
These hair growth t-shirts are close fitting to the body, and have measurements in inches stamped on the back. Without touching your hair you can measure where it falls visually, and take a picture every few months or once per year to track your hair growth.
Our version of the fo-ti, fenugreek and nettle hair moisturizing spritz tests at a perfect pH of 4.5 to 5.0, which means your hair cuticles lie flat but not contracted, allowing moisturizing and strengthening ingredients to absorb into the cortex without damaging or weakening the hair shaft.
Everyone has until noon on Saturday September 21st to check in since I’m tardy AGAIN. Remember, you are supposed to miss no more than two check-ins during the castor oil challenge so I hope you all make it this time. Remember, your goal… the reason you joined this castor oil challenge is to support longer […]
Hair follicles produce hair for a period of between 3-7 years, and grows at an estimated average rate of 1/4 to 1/2 inch per month. With attention to nutrition and lifestyle changes, you can grow long hair fast!
A new player in the natural hair care industry, we expect Sakina Devereaux’s Natural Love Buttercreame for hair and skin to make a big splash!
Hair breakage and shedding is one of the most common problems faced by women trying to achieve length with their hair. You can stop hair breakage and shedding by taking good care of it. In this article we’ll go over some things you may be doing which are unintentionally damaging your hair.
A pre-poo oil treatment can help protect your dry hair from further damage, allowing you to see increased hair length. Add strength, shine and retain moisture with a coconut and olive oil pre-poo oil treatment.
This hair moisturizer for natural hair is easy to make at home with Shea butter, grapeseed oil, protein rich coconut creme and moisture attracting vegetable glycerin. Provides fabulous hold while preventing dryness and breakage.
Natural women are going crazy planning what “protective styles” they will wear this winter. Slow your roll home girl. Grab a hat and call it a day. No need to worry about all that protective stuff.