Great Tips for Growing Long African-American Hair

February 5, 2011  |  

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Today’s African-American hair tip involves the avoidance of heat. It’s important not fry African-American hair strands in oil, like many African-American hair stylists from the old school of hair will tend to do. Think of the hair as a healthy vegetable best served fresh and whole and naturally, as opposed to dipped in grease and fried with heat.

In order to promote long African-American hair, you need to embrace natural hair products that won’t damage African-American hair and limit blow-drying African-American hair to a minimum. If you must blow dry African-American hair, please use minimal heat and try not to pull the strands repeatedly with the round brush (which is the Dominican style). If you use a flat iron on African-American hair, try to use it no more than once or twice during the week.

Stay tuned for next week’s advice on how to keep African-American hair long, healthy and growing!

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