How to Grow Out Your Natural Hair
I know that as the times are changing leading more women are going natural with their hair. African American women no longer want perms and relaxers because relaxers cause a lot of damage to the hair. In result, a lot of women are cutting off their hair to get their perm out and starting off fresh and natural.
I have been natural my entire life. My mother never allowed me to get a perm because she got one and it ate up her hair so she decided not to have me go through that. I mentioned a post long time ago, that I was playing with different hairstyles instead of wearing my hair in twists all the time. I have been successful in doing so as well. I had my first time doing weave, crochet braids, faux locs and having my natural afro.
Now that I’m more experienced in taking care and styling my hair, I am now interested in making my hair grow, so I can have it at a long length. I’ve realized that my hair has been growing at a slower rate these past few months and I think I need to change my hair regimen so I can figure out why. First, I realized that I have become lazy when oiling my scalp so I went to the beauty supply store and bought a new jar of castor oil. I’m even thinking about changing up my shampoo and conditioner because I don’t think it’s promoting the growth of my hair that I want. I’ve been using Garnier’s since February (which is when I decided to go natural at school). However, I wasn’t really sure on what type of shampoo and conditioner to use until I scrolled upon a video on YouTube. This video shows a woman’s 7-month natural growth and the tips she has on how to make your hair grow. I think I’m going to try some of the tips!
Check out the video below if you want to know how to grow out your natural hair.