How to Grow Long African American Hair
Wear Protective Styles
Who can deny the fierceness of a full, round fro or the drape and sway of a freshly relaxed mane? Not many. Yet these free-flowing styles can be keeping you from the length you desire. Wearing your hair in a bun or in twists or braids will keep the ends of your hair from dragging against coats and car seats or getting tangled in the wind. The ends of your hair are the oldest and driest and need to perserved. Protecting your hair at night with a silk or satin scarf and pillowcase is equally important.