Posts — alopecia

Growing Back Your Edges

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Growing Back Your Edges

Let's be honest. Growing back edges is one of the difficult things to do in the natural hair care process. It also takes a lot of patience, effort and time. It's not for the faint hearted. The problem with a lot of us is that we want a quick fix. Allow us to burst your bubble. There's no quick fix with growing back your edges.  What is the problem? The disturbing thing about losing our edges is that in most cases, we lose them due to bad hair practices of which we are all guilty off. What business do you...

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Styling Your Kid's Hair

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Styling Your Kid's Hair

Today's edition is a passionate plea. Taking care of our kids' hair can be very exciting. In our excitement, we tend to go overboard sometimes which could interfere with them growing healthy hair. Braiding kids hair If your child is less than 2 years old, please stop braiding their hair. An occasional ribbon wouldn't hurt. However, putting your kid's hair in little sections, buns, braids, etc puts a lot of pressure on their scalp. They might develop headaches or it could stunt hair growth. Even worse, it could lead to traction alopecia or your kid losing their hair (especially their...

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Treat Your Hair Right

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Treat Your Hair Right
It might be too brazen to say the state of our hair is a reflection of how we treat it. Come to think of it, where’s the lie? Unless you’re experiencing post-partum shedding or alopecia, how healthy your hair is depends on how well you treat it.

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Say No to these Hair Practices

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Say No to these Hair Practices
For most of us, we want a quick fix but when it comes to hair care, there’s no quick fix. You have to put in the work. Nothing screams healthy hair than good hair practices. Once there are good hair practices, the opposite exists too.

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Taking Care of Your Edges

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Taking Care of Your Edges
Tight braids, twists and styles that generally pull so hard on your edges is the major cause of thin edges. Using too many styling tools such as hair glues on your edges also causes it to thin over time. If care isn't taken, you develop a condition known as traction alopecia which becomes very difficult to grow back but not impossible. 

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