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Trim your hair

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This is how to make your hair grow longer through trimming. Visit your hair stylist more often to trim your hair. Healthy hair is associated with a healthy body. Trim your hair at least after six weeks. You do not want to have that shaggy look, trim the split ends and remove the dead cuticles in your head. Trimming your hair makes it thicker. Nevertheless, do not let your stylist cut a lot of hair, we recommend just ½ inch for every appointment. Take good care of your hair just as if you would take care of your baby. Go...

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Black Castor Oil for hair

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Black Castor Oil for Hair Prevents and treats split ends Encourages the growth of long eye lashes Encourages the growth of thick luxurious hair Moisturizes the hair and scalp Nourishes the hair and hair follicles Prevents drying out of the skin in the scalp Darkens the hair Minimizes hair damage Softens the hair Makes the hair shiny Prevents thinning of the hair Treats dandruff and dry scalp

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What is Biotin ?

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Biotin is a B vitamin, also known as vitamin H or Vitamin B7. Biotin is also essential for your metabolic processes including the metabolism of fats and amino acids, production of fatty acids, and cell growth. This vitamin processes nearly every type of food that you ingest, including carbohydrates, proteins and fats. When biotin levels are at the proper levels in your body, the food that you take in will be processed quickly. Biotin supplement supports the health of the skin, thick shiny hair and strong nails as well as of the nerves and digestive tract.

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How to Grow Your Edges Back

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Reduce the amount of time you come into contact and manipulate your edges It’s important that you stick to a low manipulation routine which means: avoid combing, brush, touching or picking at this area. The more you leave it alone, the more it will flourish. If you must smooth this area out, use a good moisturizing gel and wear scarf or wave cap for at least 30 minutes or so for laid edges. Pamper this area with moisture and nourishment Moisturize and oil this area regularly. Emu Oil and Castor Oil are popular products for thinning edges and are said to stimulate...

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Why should you consider steaming?

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Why should you consider steaming?

1. Helps reduce breakage: the steam helps to add moisture and thus can make dry, brittle and thirsty hair supple, hydrated and healthy. 2. Lifts the cuticle to allow product/ingredient absorption: the warmth from the steam helps to raise the cuticle of our hair, which means that products/ingredients are more easily absorbed into the core. This can be particularly helpful for low porosity naturals that find it hard to get moisture deep into the core of the hair or products to be fully absorbed by the hair. 3. Enables hair stretching, less shrinkage and tangles: because the hair is hydrated,...

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