First, let’s dispel this myth about black hair that’s been going around. It’s the idea that African American hair doesn’t grow as long or as quickly as other hair types. This is far from the truth and outrageous- it’s just plain not true. Natural black hair has the tendency to coil which prevent us from seeing its true length, but that doesn’t mean it’s not growing.
With the proper hair care, you can grow your hair as long as it will go and you will not need relaxer or chemical to help you do so. Hair grows on average about 1/2 inch every month, and yes, that also includes black natural hair. Now, whether you are retaining length is a whole different discussion
Our hair is growing no matter what, but it’s how you care for it that will determine how much will retain. Natural hair growth is not about doing certain things at a specific time that determine growth. Some women stand by the idea that only protein treatments will grow hair, while others are swearing by the effect of taking “good” vitamins. It’s not to say these things wouldn’t help, it’s just that every hair has a different need. There is no one size fits all approach to hair growth. The one requirement is your commitment to success and good practices.
Good practices come from knowing what to do. This is where the ‘Secrets to Growing Black Hair Long’ comes in. If you’ve been wanting to learn how to retain length then this natural hair guide will point you in all the right directions.
Everything about this natural hair guide will completely shatter common myths we’ve all grown up believing. And even more importantly, these proven secrets will speed up natural hair growth by learning how to retain length.
- In this guidebook, you will learn the secret oil mixes that can cure bald spot and the thinning of your hairline.
- Discover the amazing product that many celebrities are clamoring about that will boost growth rapidly.
- Learn the one secret about water that’s currently curtailing your growth right now.
- Learn the secret that reverses the ‘grow break cycle’.
- And more…