Split ends can be a dilemma for naturals who are after length.
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CHILDHOOD: THE BEGINNING OF IMPROPER HAIRCARE
Undoubtedly, in comparison to a number of other Black women, I even dreaded the thought of getting my hair combed as a young girl. […]
There are so many hair care products available to women these days. For naturals, it is important to be careful when choosing products for their hair.
Many African-American women are only just getting to know the hair they were born with as they have always had relaxed hair.
If your hair can absorb moisture pretty fast but loses it just as quickly and your strands get tangled easily, you might have highly porous hair. This type of hair is damaged by harsh shampoo, harsh chemicals and too much heat.
Moisture plays a huge role in maintaining natural hair. Moisturizing is necessary especially if your natural hair is dry because it helps reduce damages brought about by handling and styling your hair.
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