African-American Hair Tips for Growth

February 2, 2011  |  

Find out our tip of the day, if you’re interested in growing long African-American hair!

Today’s advice for promoting long African-American hair, has to do with diet! Yes, to grow African-American hair, you need fortify your diet with Vitamin E, nuts, lots of water, and Vitamin A, which you can find in carrots. African-American hair growth depends on the hair and body nutrition choices you make.

Though African-American hair follicles can grow as long as your genes govern, African-American hair can also be supported by a rich diet, and vitamin supplements that encourage the growth of African-American hair. Long African-American hair is easy to grow, despite the myth that black women only grow short hair.

On the contrary, hair length, whether you’re rocking dredlocks, braids, weaves, corn rows and other styles, is in your control. So, go ahead – diet the right way. African-American women who follow this diet advice can expect to see hair growth with constancy. Don’t let up!

Stay tuned for more tips on long African-American hair growth.

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