Synopses & Reviews
No matter what style you choose, you can take care of your hair so that it:
--heals from any damage caused by heat or chemicals
--grows to its maximum length and thickness
--is soft and manageable
--is controlled by you, not the other way around
Lisa Akbari, leading researcher into black women's hair, teaches you how to:
--tell what hair type and texture you have so you're using the right products
--shampoo and condition for the best hair possible
--use heat and chemicals safely and still keep your hair healthy and strong
--take care of your scalp to get rid of itching, flaking and dryness
--choose a salon and stylist and get the best results from them
--manage new growth and comb your hair without pain or pulling
--manage your style so it looks beautiful every day
Most importantly, you'll find out how to have a great attitude about your own hair, so you'll never have bad hair again.
A hairstylist who has worked on the teams of the Miss USA, Miss Universe, Miss Black Memphis, and Miss Tennessee pageants shows readers the best ways to care for and style their own hair. Lay-flat binding.