Your edges are the most fragile hairs on your head. It does not take much effort to break them or to pull them out. This means they need extra care, especially when you manipulate (ie. wash, detangle, moisturize, and style) your hair.
If you have fallen victim to thin edges, do not fear. It's not too late! Here are proven steps to grow and maintain thriving edges.
Don’t believe the myth that black hair can’t grow! Long hair is possible. It’s often stifled by breakage, due to dry, unhealthy hair.
Also due to a natural state, shrinkage can prevent seeing real growth until you’ve straightened or twisted out your hair.
Whichever plight you may fall into, there are a variety of things you can do to grow long and stronger natural locs. Here are 6 tips to goal worthy hair.
Hair loss is an issue of utmost concern for women of color everywhere, and it can be very scary. The average black woman will find that almost every female she knows young and old is dealing with The devastating problem of dry hair and breakage. There are the makers of cheap products who use the lowest level of raw materials available to make them. They are not concerned about the fact that their products don't work because they know the consumer will buy them. in the marketplace high quality conditioners can be found. Many women purchase the lower quality products...
It has been my observation that a lot of women who experience thinning hair and hair loss ultimately do the unthinkable. They choose to put a wig or a hat over their heads to cover an hide what they would rather not deal with. They bury their hair. When the scalp is not exposed to ventilation or circulation there is anoxia ( lack of oxygen, especially around the hairline where there is constriction of the scalp from the hat and the wig. Both items( hat and wig) also rub and cause friction leading to worsening of the problem. Solution: remove...