Posts — Hair Growth

101 On Maintaining Your Locs

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101 On Maintaining Your Locs
Locs look their best when their freshly twisted. However, doing it too often can lead to your roots getting weak or thin leading to breakages. What you can do instead is to look for creative ways of styling your locs. If you're still in the early stages, a headband or a chic scarf does the trick.

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Hair Treatment Options and What Each Does

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Hair Treatment Options and What Each Does
Generally, maintaining healthy hair is a learning process. Don't get discouraged if you're experiencing any damage to your hair. Be consistent with the course of treatment and you'll be fine. When in doubt, please ask the stylists at the Eya Salon to help you out.

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5 Questions You Should Ask Your Stylist

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5 Questions You Should Ask Your Stylist
This final one isn't a question. If your stylist is heavy handed or you're in pain, please speak up. They are around to make your experience a pleasant one. In case the style you requested for isn't being done just as you wanted it, please speak up and get your money's worth. You deserve to look your absolute best.

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Oils You Should Try On Your Natural Hair

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Oils You Should Try On Your Natural Hair
Within the beauty industry, you cannot deny the benefits of Vitamin E Oil for the the skin. It's time to explore how beneficial it is for the hair. When used on the hair, Vitamin E helps stimulate capillary growth on your scalp thus promoting hair growth.

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Let's Switch Things Up with the Essentials Set

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Let's Switch Things Up with the Essentials Set
Imagine having a blend of natural oil working on your hair to promote healthier hair. This is what the Hot Oil Treatment does. It can be used as intense conditioning on wash days or as a daily hair and scalp oil. Before shampooing, massage warm oil through damp hair and scalp, cover with a plastic cap and a warm, damp towel for 30 minutes. Rinse with warm water.

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