While dealing with your hair, especially in its natural state, it’s vital that your priority be focused on what is healthy for your hair. No matter how cute the style you should always ask yourself, what is the healthiest way that i can achieve this style without damaging my hair? Below is a great article on how to approach dealing with your hair from a healthy point of view vs just doing things because they’re cute. Leave a comment and let me know what you think. 🙂
We understand that what we consume in food has a lot to do with the health of our skin and hair. But after attending and participating in workshops, it’s amazing to see the things that people will do to their hair in the name of beauty.
When you’re adding someone else’s hair to your scalp, whether you’re sewing it in or gluing it in, it’s very interesting to see the type of trauma you’re infringing on your scalp, in the name of beauty.
Granted, not everyone is pro natural hair, but what makes that so?
What is it about your hair that you don’t like it in its natural state?
When you look at everything that you go through to get your hair healthy, you go through that same amount of trouble and trauma and more to destroy it.
If we take a survey of what happens to your scalp after you’ve glued or sewn in so many weaves, it would be really interesting to see the condition of your scalp.
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Healthy Scalp, Healthy Locs