Wednesday, 6 April 2016

3 ways to retain your hair length

Hi Naturalistas, How are you all doing? I know there are some Naturalistas here that would love to be featured on the blog, so why don't you send a mail to manematters@africanaturalistas.com.I would be glad.

So here are three ways one can retain length:

1. You must have a easy hair care routine: Your regimen should not be complicated. Don't get carried away by buying so many products just because someone used them and saw results. Keep your regimen simple and don't get your hair confused. Lol

2. Do protective styles : This is just the perfect way to keep your hair hidden especially your ends which is more fragile. It is the most important when it comes to retaining length and getting healthy hair altogether but it takes practice. Find ways to leave ur hair alone. You can make braids, weaves, wear wigs or just tuck your ends in. Most of all it should be a low maintenance style

3. Moisturise: You should moisturise often if not daily with a water based product or just water and you seal with oil or shea butter. If your hair is dry, it would break. At the end, you don't retain length. So try as much as possible to keep your hair moisturised at all time.


Enjoy the rest of the week

Leeznijis

35 comments :

  1. My hair needs to keep up joor,nothing like confusion. Ps is just the way forward ends are tucked in, time to grow as long as it's done properly though

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    1. Hehehehehehehe Ebun keep calm down would come along

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    2. I agree with you dear....PS is just the way forward.

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    3. yeah true talk... with moisturizing as well

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    1. Thank you dear. I hope you would be sending us a mail soon.

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    2. i cant wait for you too be featured francisca . i want to see your hair

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    3. Lol....You will see..am actually on a protective style right now..so I guess when that goes off.

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    4. Yayyyyyyyyy but you don't have to wait till you take it right? You can still send in pictures recent ones too. I think...

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    5. Lol...will give it a thought.

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  3. Yes protective styles helps me alot, my best one is wigs and i love them. That does not mean i neglect my hair, i still pamper its. Thank for sharing

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    1. Wigs have also helped me from time to time as a form of protective styling. Give me an opportunity to take proper care of my hair underneath.

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    2. yeah true.. but i like to touch my hair thats just my issue. i can just yank it out and forget myself. hand in hair syndrome wahala

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    3. HIH syndrome is serious wahala for we naturals..Some of us tho.

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    4. That's one of the reasons I don't like making my hair *covers face*

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    5. Infact that's one of the reasons I make my hair.

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  4. With wigs, just be careful of your edges!!!

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    1. I am always careful...always moisturising and massaging.

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    2. Well there no is room for neglect in this lifestyle, wig or not gotta take care of the hair

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    3. Read about traction alopecia with wig use.so I'm trying to consult the gods on the way forward, cos wigs are just bae.

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    4. One should be careful not to let comb attachments in wigs pull the hair.

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  5. Other tips are Keep your hands off your hair, and avoid styles that require too much daily manipulation.

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    1. There goes the real truth. Hand in Hair Syndrome. It's a major culprit for hair breakage. I am a witness.

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    2. Ah! Me too o...The hand in hair syndrome is too much....I have to be conscious of it.

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    3. I think my HIH syndrome is reducing. It may not be perfect be I'm sure it's better than were I started from

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