GROW YOUR AFRO HAIR IN 3 STEPS

Step 1: Protecting Your Hair from Damage

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1.Use the right comb. Traditional combs and brushes will damage your curly hair, making it frizzier. Instead of these, use a wide-tooth comb, afro pick, or even your fingers to comb your hair.

  • Don’t comb more than necessary! Just use your comb, pick, or fingers to get rid of any tangles.
  • If you have a lot of tangles, try buying a detangling spray specifically designed for African American hair. This will make combing much easier and more pleasant.

2. Avoid washing too often. Very curly hair tends to be prone to dryness, which means you do not have to wash it as often as you would if you had oily hair. Try to shampoo your hair three times per week (or even less if you can without it becoming oily) to prevent over-drying.

  • While you should avoid over-washing, it is important to wash often enough to keep your hair and scalp clean. The exact frequency that is right for you will depend on your hair type and the amount of oil in our hair and scalp.
  • Be careful about what kind of shampoo you use, as many common ingredients can can breakage. Try to avoid shampoo that contains sulfates, polysorbates, isopropyl alcohol, formaldehyde, hydrolyzed collagen, parabens, propylene glycol, or polyethylene glycol.
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