A PARENT'S GUIDE TO NATURAL HAIR CARE FOR GIRLS
A how to guide for healthy and gorgeous black hair plus and introduction to natural hairstyles
Written for mothers of all races who have a child of black or mixed decent, A Parents Guide to Natural Hair Care for Girlsis your ultimate step-by-step guide to caring for your daughter's natural hair from birth to early childhood.
You will learn the best techniques, products and styles for beautiful and healthy hair, no matter the texture.
If you have you ever wanted to bring out the full health and beauty in your black or bi-racial daughter's natural kinky, curly, or afro textured hair then this book is for you.
If your little girl suffers with dry, brittle, dull, tangling hair that doesn't seem to grow then this book will show you exactly what to do to overcome these issues so your daughter can have healthy, long and beautiful natural hair that she can be proud of.
You see contrary to what you might believe, the problem is NOT your daughter's hair.
There is no such thing as bad, tough, or difficult hair.
The problem may be with your approach, you may simply not know the techniques, products and styles required to give your daughter the long, healthy and beautiful natural hair she is capable of.
A Parent's Guide to Natural Hair Care for Girls will help you take action and help your daughter avoid the hair dilemmas, issues and problems often associated with kinky, curly or afro textured hair.
You will learn how to:
• Eradicate dry hair permanently
• Eliminate short hair and grow long luscious tresses
• Stop hair breakage and promote hair length retention
• Wash, condition and style hair for maximum health benefit
• Select the best hair products for healthy and vibrant hair
• Evaluate hair to find out what it really needs and why
• PLUS learn how to plait, cornrow and twist natural hair.
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About the Author
I'm obsessed with hair...totally completely obsessed with it.
Black hair in particular.
I'm fascinated by its diversity, its potential, the styles it can do, and the lengths it can grow to.
I ask myself why some black and bi-racial people seem to grow hair with no effort, while for some long hair seems like an unattainable goal.
What is hair anyways? Why is it so important?
In 2012 I became a mother to my lovely little daughter named Bae, otherwise known as "The Boss."
Seeing her locks brought me right back.
It brought back all the memories of my childhood and my own painful relationship with my hair. I was the girl with the short hair, it just never seemed to grow the way I wanted, and it really affected my self-esteem negatively.
I promised myself that the same fate wouldn't befall my little one, and thus this journey began.
It's my aim to help mums all over on a similar journey with their daughter's hair.
I believe that my hair obsession paid off. "The Boss" aka Bae is a proud bearer of a healthy head of near waist length natural afro hair.
She is a testament to what the techniques outlined in my book can do for your daughter.
So mums of black and bi-racial children, this one is for you.
My goal is to share my knowledge with you so you can replicate the same results with your own daughter, who can do so with her daughter, who can do so with her daughter and so on.
I should say I'm actually not new to the hair and beauty industry and in a past life was a hair salon owner, I was actually in the industry for over 10 years and my work was seen in Vogue, Black Hair and Beauty and Pride magazines.
My site: WWW.NATURALHAIRCAREFORGIRLS.COM