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Returning To Your Own Hair Texture

By Echocanyon @echo_canyon
Returning To Your Own Hair Texture

Have you been over using hair straighteners, weaves, and relaxers for a long time? Ever wondered what your natural hair would be like, but scared to take the plunge? Here are my top five reasons why you might want to consider taking care of your natural hair texture:

1. The Ravages Of Time

Years of improper hair care can result in serious cases of hair loss, bald spots, and hair growth problems to name a few. Your weave may look great right now, but if you don't give your scalp a break and take care of your natural hair underneath, you may end up with permanent damage in later years and a receding hair line.

2. No More Worrying About The Rain Or Going Swimming!

There's nothing worse than walking down the road with freshly straightened hair when all of a sudden it starts pouring down with rain. Or what about that holiday you've been saving up for? I remember too well the frustration of not being able to enjoy floating in the pool or the sea out of fear of messing up my hair. When you start embracing your natural hair texture water becomes one of your best friends.

3. Higher Growth Rate

Have you ever wondered why your hair never grows longer than shoulder or ear length? Improper hair care will result in split ends and breakage which means that although your hair is growing, the length isn't being retained because the ends are just snapping off.

4. No More Weird Hair Smell!

I know, you know what i'm talking about... And i'll say it again WE'VE ALL BEEN THERE :-(

5. Be The Proud Owner Of The Most Desirable Hair In The World

Just by changing or practicing beneficial hair care techniques you can achieve amazing results, and best of all the results are unique to you and your own hair texture. Even if it seems like the end goal is far away, it IS achievable and will be so worth it in the long run.
I will be posting tutorials, product reviews, and tips on how to care for your natural hair so be sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram for the latest updates.
Image from Claiborne Swanson Frank

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