How Do You Style Curly, Textured, Or African American Hair?
We have all heard and seen the horror stories, African American hair that is splitting from the roots to the ends, looks dry and brittle, and is hard to comb. We have also seen African American hair that looks matted or even thin and greasy. Nevertheless, we all have also seen “hope”—the image or physical encounter with an African American woman who has long, thick, strong, shiny African American, Ethnic, or Curly hair. Her hair is moisturized and healthy. It has body and is not gelled to death or spritzed out of control. How did she do it? Was she just extra blessed? No. For decades, creating a beautiful African American crown of glory has been seen as some kind of misnomer. How can one unlock the secrets of long Black hair? How can one experience ultra black hair growth? The list goes on and on. Growing black hair is not hard. Black hair can and does grow. Yet, certain styling techniques and products are needed to cause more fragile African American hair to grow. Rule #1: Employ th