Wednesday, February 10, 2016

5 Ways Your Hair will Grow

Hey Naturalistas!!

I hope everyone had a wonderful day! I've been busy planning for my Mommy and Me Natural Hair workshop that's coming soon. As I was sitting here thinking about hair, I started to think of the many women that say their hair would never grow or that they don't have the type of hair that grows. Well, I'm here to say that if you're believing that about your hair, that is false. Your hair will grow, please trust! Today, I want to talk about 5 ways your hair will flourish and grow! If you take heed to these steps, you will start to see results. If it can work for me, I know it will work for you. Here are 5 ways your hair will grow.

  • Deep Condition- It's important give yourself a deep condition your hair once a week or every other week after you wash your hair. Deep conditioning the hair will reduce breakage and improve your hair's health. Trust me, your hair will thank you for it, so please do not skip this step after you shampoo or co-wash.
  • Moisturizing the hair- is a major key in getting your hair to grow. It's very vital that you moisturize your hair with a leave in conditioner daily. Please make sure that water is the first ingredient in your leave in conditioner. 
  • Balanced Diet- Your hair can't grow if you aren't eating a well balanced diet, so please eat those dark leafy greens and drink plenty of water. Your hair will love you as well as your waist line! :)
  • Massaging the scalp- On wash days, it's important that I massage my scalp. Massaging the scalp will lower stress levels allowing your organs to function more efficiently, thus boosting your hair follicle's ability to grow.
  • Happy Fingers- Last but not least, I can't leave out your most prized possession which happens  to be your lovely fingers!!! Your fingers are so much better than a comb when detangling the hair. Once you section the hair and apply a leave in conditioner, you can use your fingers to separate the tangles. I love detangling with my fingers, because you can feel every strand. With a comb, you don't really know what's going on, which could result in pulling unwanted strands and breakage.

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