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Grow It : How To Grow Afro-Textured Hair To Maximum Lengths In The Shortest Time
Sometimes the best advice comes not from experts and professionals but from someone who has trodden a path and gained experience, wisdom and understanding along the way that has tremendous merit and value. The disclaimer on the copyright page of the book makes it clear that Chicoro is not a professional hair care provider, but the knowledge and understanding that I gained from reading this book about afro textured hair is far more than I have ever learnt from any professional hairdresser. Without wishing to sound negative about professional hairdressers, whilst there are many that are expert in braiding, locking and styling natural hair, I have not come across any that actually specialise in growing afro textured hair and keeping it healthy and strong. The photograph that adorns the front cover of the book is proof enough that Chicoro knows not only how to grow afro textured hair, but to maintain it well enough so that it is visibly healthy and has a natural lustre — not a superficial shine achieved through a quick spurt of oil sheen. The book is ideally structured for its target audience, consisting of short and concise chapters in Part One that are only a couple of pages long.
Grow It: How to Grow Afro-Textured Hair to Maximum Lengths in the Shortest Time
Grow It , by Chicoro has been out since , and continues to be a must have handbook for those looking for practical advice for growing out healthy natural hair. Chicoro lays out a step by step routine that deals with uneven hair growth, thin ends, and "hair jump. Chicoro deals with the amazing quality of afro curly hair to jump from waist to neck length with its curly springy abilities. Others call this shrinkage, but Chicoro really discusses the phenomenon of natural hair reminding us how truly unique our hair is.
Book Review: Grow it by Chicoro
Interview with Chicoro, author of Grow It